Department: OH1MH_82502_002 Clinical Nutrition Service Mcw
Expected Weekly Hours: 0
Shift: Rotating Shift
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Job Description Details:
The Clinical Dietitian applies medical nutrition therapy (MNT) to promote health and provide nutrition care services in the treatment of disease and restoration of health. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, participating in patient satisfaction, quality management, performance improvement, and regulatory compliance.
Clinical Dietitians complete nutrition assessments, monitor nutrition care plans, interact with the interdisciplinary team members, and serve as a nutrition
resource to internal and external clients.
Develops, implements and documents plan of care based on assessments of nutritional needs in correlation with other health care plans.
Provides individualized diet counseling for patient/family as needed. Complies/develops appropriate educational materials. Translates scientific research into meaningful instruction for clients.
Evaluates and documents the effectiveness of nutritional intervention and provides follow up for continuity of care. Provides effective hand-off communication between team members.
Bachelor's degree (B.S) from four-year colleague or university
Requires current Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) credential as a Registered Dietitian, or registry eligible and must achieve Registered Dietitian credential within six (6) months of date of hire.
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