Dietary and Nutritional Services
Nutritional counseling professionals help clients to master one of the most important prerequisites for good health: a balanced diet. Whether patients hope to lose weight, compete in a triathlon or manage a chronic illness, their eating habits can mean the difference between failure and success.
- Managing Weight â€“ Step by step guide to healthy eating and lifestyle changes. Emphasis on self-management andÂ long-term results.
- Diabetes Management â€“ Individual meal planning, group meal planning sessions and information for blood glucose control to improve health and lower risk of complications.
- Managing Digestive Disorders, Allergies â€“ Learn how to meet nutritional needs despite limitations imposed by food allergies or other medical conditions.
- Improving Heart Health â€“ Learn eating habits that can help lower cholesterol, blood pressure and heart disease risk.
A Registered Dietitian is available to provide in-patient nutrition counseling at both sites.
The Food Services Department provides meals to patients. Please notify the Food Services Department regarding any food intolerance’s.