Clinical Dietitian Spearfish and Lead Deadwood Hospital Full Time
- Location: Rapid City, SD
- Posted: Jan 24, 2020
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SPH Nutrition Support
Scheduled Weekly Hours
Day (United States of America)
Responsible for providing comprehensive, high quality, safe nutrition care to patients in the hospital, clinics and related entities. Areas of responsibility include patient/resident medical nutrition therapy, education, consulting and community service. Specifically: Provides Medical Nutrition Therapy to hospital/assisted living residents encompassing screening for nutrition risk and all steps of the nutrition care process as appropriate; Assesses nutrition needs/patient problems and implements interventions according to age and disease specific needs of patient/resident; Mentors and teaches nutrition and diet therapy principles to dietetic interns, medical students and Healthcare providers; Interprets and applies nutrition research to clinical practice. Supports community service through nutrition and health education programs; Provides these services as a self-directed team member in accordance with hospital and department standards and policies, contract agreements, The Joint Commission, and regulatory agencies. This position will be shared by the Spearfish Hospital and the Lead-Deadwood Hospital.
Adjusts diet according to patients needs taking into consideration allergies, intolerances, lifestyle, psychosocial, and educational factors.
Assesses and systematically implements individualized appropriate nutrition education for patients/families. Conducts comprehensive patient/family teaching. Provides educational resources for patient and family. Updates and develops new teaching materials as needed.
Evaluates clinical data as to normal vs. abnormal parameters.
Completes documentation of Medical Nutrition Therapy.
Completes nutrition counseling and education with both inpatients and outpatients. Meets with patient/family on admit and discharge from Phase 2 to perform individualized nutrition counseling/education. Monitors patient/family response and progress. Meets with Phase 3 patient/family to perform nutrition counseling/education as needed and monitors response and progress. Evaluates if expected outcomes have been achieved; communicates patient progress to the patient, family, physician, and cardiac rehab staff.
Conducts group nutrition classes. Instructs at a level the participants and family can understand. Updates classes, arranges for samples, and provides recipes.
Documents medical nutrition therapy and nutritional care for clients to ensure their records are complete and information about the client is available.
Assists patient in establishing and monitoring goals. Works collaboratively and communicates with staff to improve patient outcomes.
Maintains adequate level of office and medical supplies in Cardiac Services to accomplish daily work.
Monitors and modifies client care plan to ensure appropriate client services are delivered.
All other duties as assigned.
Education - Bachelors degree in Dietetics
Certification - Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) - Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
Experience - 1+ years of Healthcare Experience1+ years of Clinical Experience
Education - Masters degree in Dietetics
Certification - Membership - Accreditation Council for Education in Nutrition and Dietetics (ACEND)
Light work - Exerting up to 20 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 10 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly to move objects.
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