Clinical Dietician- Full Time

Community Health System Victoria , TX 77901

Posted 3 months ago

The Registered Clinical Dietitian provides
nutritional care to patients in accordance with the philosophy, objectives, and
policies of the medical center and department.
The Dietitians deliver comprehensive nutritional care to patients
beginning with nutritional screening, assessment of patients, development of
plan of nutritional care, implementation of plan of care, evaluation of care,
and follow-up . Education:

College graduate with a four-year degree in Foods and
Nutrition or related field preferred.
Registry eligible acceptable, however must pass exam within one year
after initiation of employment.

Licenses/Certificates:

Commission on
Dietetics Registration - Registered Dietitian or Registry Eligible

state licensure
preferred.

Experience:

Experience in providing nutrition care in inpatient and outpatient
settings for a wide variety of disease states to include diabetes, obesity,
renal disease, wound healing, cardiovascular health, tube feedings and TPN
preferred.

Experience and comfort with public speaking preferred.

Typing and computer literacy required.


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