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Nutritionist / Dietian Career

Protocol Performance training is the architect creating an emersive wellness vision.  You are the engineer driving the wellness programs ensuring members' health reality exceed expectations.

ESSENTIAL RESPONSIBILITIES 

Conducts nutritional assessment on adult, geriatric, pediatric, and neonatal clients initially and as needed as requested by clinical staff/IDT. 

 

  • Establishes adult, geriatric, pediatric, and neonatal client nutritional care plans and monitors client progress. Assures that menus for adult, geriatric, pediatric, and neonatal clients conform to individual diet and food tolerances. 

  • Provides consultation to staff, adult, geriatric, pediatric, and neonatal clients and family members regarding diet changes, plans, menu selections, food tolerances, feeding difficulties and tube feedings. 

 

  • Consults with physicians and dietetic personnel from area hospitals and agencies as necessary for optimum nutritional care. 


  • Provides nutritional information and diet classes to adult, geriatric, pediatric, and neonatal clients and families as needed. 

  • Provides in-services to staff on nutrition as needed. 


MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Current Connecticut Licensure as a Dietitian/Nutritionist required. 

  2. Experience in home care or acute care setting within three (3) years required. 

  3. Knowledge of hospice concepts and philosophies, if applicable. 

  4. Maintains current Drivers’ License and auto insurance. 

Possess’ reliable transportation 


KEY COMPETENCIES 
 

  • Demonstrates organizational, written, and verbal skills. 

  • Demonstrates competent assessment and care planning skills related to patient nutritional status and needs.   

  • Provides care and services that demonstrate behaviors and the principles of person-centered care including affording people dignity, respect and compassion, offering coordinated care, support and treatment and care that is personalized. 


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