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Humana Government Business/Valor Healthcare is a fast-growing government contractor that develops and operates Community-Based Outpatient Clinics (CBOCs) through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. Our clinics are community- based outpatient primary care VA clinics which serve the local veteran population only.
A proud recipient of The Joint Commission's Gold Seal of Approval, we serve more than 60,000 veterans and conduct more than 100,000 patient visits annually.
As a part time DIETICIAN in a VA Community Based Outpatient Clinic you will provide nutrition counseling and education specific to the individualized needs of the patients. The DIETICIAN will be responsible for the following:
Educate patients on how to select food to maintain and promote health as well as to prevent and treat illness and disease.
Plan appropriate diets and menus to meet the needs of individuals whose medical condition can be treated or controlled using diet therapy.
Determine if follow-up appointment is needed, based on patient's motivation and comprehension of education session.
Conduct nutrition education classes if demand exists (diabetes classes, weight management)
Serve as a community resource to patients. Provide information on programs offered at local facilities.
Create in house nutrition education materials for use in nutrition education of staff and patients.
Provide information and education to staff members using nutrition education materials, or in-service/meetings per request.
Monitor and respond to phone and e-mail messages promptly.
Enters nutrition notes into CPRS promptly when assessment completed.
Will maintain patient, employee and computer data safety and confidentiality.
Graduate of an accredited school with a degree in nutrition. Bachelors required. Masters preferred.
Current & unrestricted license and/or Registration in the state of VA, as required in that state.
Certified by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
Date: 2014-08-05
Country: US
State: VA
City: Harrisonburg

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