Clinical dietitian

Company Name:
Elliot Hospital
Schedule: Variable
Shift: Flexible Schedule to include some weekend work
Hours: 0.1
Job Summary:
Position Purpose:
Provides nutritional care and education to assigned patients and members of the community. Provides nutrition assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation to assigned patients: Identifies and designs interventions which take into account patient needs related to age, cultural background, religious affiliation, medical status, and lifestyle; Interfaces with other members of the healthcare team for improved patient outcomes: Meets departmental standards for timeliness and documentation. Provides nutrition education to assigned patients, students, and members of the community. Works as a team with diet office staff, support staff and food service staff to ensure that patients receive appropriate dietetic care. Observes Universal Precautions and other safety procedures.
Education:BS in Nutrition. Must have completed American Dietetic Association (ADA) internship.
Experience:Nutritionist: Not required. Clinical Dietitian: Two years preferred.
Licensure/Certification:Registered Dietitian or registration eligible. Must pass the registration exam and/or become a licensed dietitian in the State of New Hampshire within one year of date of hire. If already registered, must maintain registration with the Commission of Dietetic Registration of the American Dietetic Association.
Elliot Health System isan Equal Opportunity Employer and an Affirmative Action Employer

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