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Position Summary: We have an exciting opportunity to join our team as a FGP Clin Nutritionist (40).
In this role, the Clinical Nutritionist works with minimal supervision reporting to Director in an outpatient setting. As part of a multidisciplinary care team, the dietitian provides nutrition education and care to the patient. The primary responsibility of the dietitian is a consulting role providing patients (individually or group classes) education including evaluation,documentation, and the development, implementation and coordination of the outpatient nutrition education program to optimize postoperative outcomes and attainment of optimal weight loss and health.
1. Develops and updates nutrition education manual for outpatient setting; Develops andimplements medically supervised physician monitored weight management program asneeded according to health plan requirements
2. Implements performance improvement strategies as identified through review of program outcomes
3. Is involved in nutrition care planning across the Continuum of Care, including in servicing inpatient dietary staff, providing preoperative and postoperative classes and follow upcare one year postoperatively for patients (outcome focused)
4. Assists in tracking for database outcomes and patient flow
5. Manages and requests appropriate educational resources as required education program
6. Assists program director in program development and marketing
7. Works with program director and coordinator on instituting provisional status as a Center of Excellence under the ASMBS guidelines
8. Insures that patient's needs for special diets and altered meal schedules are met. Identifies patient diet knowledge deficits
9. Prescribes food and other nutrients including nutritional support per protocol or under the direction of the MD
10. Plans, evaluates, and provides individual patient consultations and group education program including nutrition consultation with family members, staff and physicians.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors Degree in Nutrition, or equivalent education in Nutritition that meets the CDRs education requirement for certification. Licensure/Certification: Current Registered Dietitian Certification from the CDR. Computer Skills:-Basic computer skills including Microsoft Word, Windows, Excel and an email system
Additional Position Specific Responsibilities: To qualify you must have a flexible and adaptable of schedule to facilitate classes, as needed. Knowledge / Skills / Abilities:Must have current knowledge of nutrition therapy and skills in educating small and large groups. Must be able to work effectively under pressure by prioritizing work activities or renegotiating deadlines. Must be able to give constructive feedback when teaching patients and staff. Maintain a positive attitude with changing conditions. Appropriate interventions and follow up is performed on identified projects. Demonstrates organizational abilities-Demonstrates dependability-Requires strong written and verbal communication skills to communicate effectively with individuals atall levels of the organization-Must be able to work under general supervision-Must have a professional and mature demeanor-Must be able to work in a fast-paced department
Qualified candidates must be able to effectively communicate with all levels of the organization.
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