If in Transplant Center : More than one-year clinical experience as a Registered Dietitian
Registered Dietitian (RD) by the Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR)
Florida Department of Health dietitian/nutritionist license
Certification in area of specialty:
If in Nutritional Support : Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC)
If in Neonatal Intensive Care: Certified Nutritional Support Clinical (CNSC)
If in Pediatrics: Commission on Dietetic Registration Board Certification in Pediatric Nutrition
If in Diabetes: Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)
If in Renal: Commission Dietetic Registration Board Certification in Renal Nutrition
If In Oncology: Commission on Dietetic Registration Board Certification in Oncology Nutrition
If In Weight Loss Management: Certified in Adult Weight Loss Management
Master of Science degree in Food and Nutrition, Dietetics, Nutritional Sciences, Human Nutrition, or nutrition related field
Experience using Cerner medical record
If in Transplant Center : three (3) years clinical experience as a Registered Dietitian
If In Transplant: Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC)
If in Transplant Center :
Renal: Commission on Dietetic Registration Board Certification in Renal Nutrition
Nutrition Support: Certified Nutrition Support Clinician (CNSC)
Diabetes: Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)
Utilizes the hospital's policies, procedures, and protocols to identify patients with nutrition risks. Provides expert evaluation of nutritional status, recommends and implements nutrition intervention and therapy, educates and explains to patients, families, and healthcare professionals, and follows-up plans of care to measure and respond to outcomes. Precepts and develops dietetic interns, pharmacy interns or residents, and physician residents. Supports department goals and objectives. Documents and writes orders in the medical record; according, to hospital policies and protocols.
IN TRANSPLANT CENTER : Utilizes CMS guidelines for Transplant Centers, identifying potential transplant patients, donors, and post-transplant patients. Informs potential transplant patients of potential diet and nutrition-related risks. Provides education on optimizing nutritional status to prepare for surgery. Documents and communicates in the OTTR medical record and with the multidisciplinary team assessment results, interventions provided and care plan goals; according, to the Transplant Center's policies. Encourages multidisciplinary care by participating in team Quality Assessment and Performance Improvement (QAPI) programs, Patient Review Committee (PRC) meetings, evidence-based-practice groups, and hospital staff committees. Serves as an expert resource and nutrition educator to the healthcare team by remaining abreast of the current evidence-based-practice guidelines and recommendations for transplant nutrition.
This facility is an equal opportunity employer and complies with federal, state and local anti-discrimination laws, regulations and ordinances.
AdventHealth Greater Orlando (formerly Florida Hospital) is one of the largest faith-based health care providers in the United States. For 150 years, we have carried on a tradition of providing whole-person care that not only addresses patients' physical ailments, but also supports their emotional and spiritual well-being. We demonstrate the same level of compassion and care for our employees as well, doing all that we can to help them realize their full potential – both personally and professionally.