You know healthy eating is important but with so many food choices today, it's difficult to know which foods are the healthiest. A Registered Dietitian Nutritionists (RDN) can help you whether your goal is to feel good, manage your weight or eat to prevent and manage health conditions. In fact, it's proven that people who see dietitians are more successful with accomplishing lifestyle changes. When you have medical nutrition needs or want to learn healthier eating habits, turn to the expert guidance of Concord Hospital RDNs for nutrition counseling services.
- Celiac disease
- Children with failure to thrive
- Chronic kidney disease
- Eating disorders
- Gastric bypass
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- High blood pressure
- Adult and pediatric weight management
- Home tube feeding
- Home Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN)
- Lipid management
Concord Hospital RDNs are certified by the American Academy of Food and Nutrition receiving specialty training in these focused nutrition areas: adult weight management, pediatrics, diabetes, lipid management, and chronic kidney disease. Additionally, our board-certified specialist in oncology nutrition provides nutrition counseling to Payson Center for Cancer Care patients through the HOPE Resource Center.
Medical Nutrition Therapy
Medical nutrition therapy is linked to improved health, reduced risk of disease, lowers hospitalizations and medication cost. Most commercial insurances include a nutrition benefit.
Inpatient Nutrition Services
If you require nutrition services while hospitalized, a nutritional professional will see you in the patient care unit where you're being treated for your illness, injury or surgery. Addressing your nutritional needs during a Hospital stay is the focus of our inpatient nutrition services.