Clinical Dietitian-FNS, PT-Days, JDCH: Food & Nutrition Services

Joe DiMaggio Children's Hospital

Hollywood, FL

This position is located at JOE DiMAGGIO CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL and serves a Pediatric population.  


Plans, coordinates, and implements nutritional therapy services for assigned populations.

Detailed responsibilities:
• Assesses patient’s nutritional status and needs. Develops and implements patient care plans and assesses patient responses.
• Collaborates with physicians, nursing, pharmacy and other healthcare team members/departments to determine, coordinate, and provide medical nutrition therapy.
• Collaborates with the Food Service department to provide nutritionally appropriate menus, food options, and services for patients.
• Develops and provides education, training, consulting, and counseling services throughout the organization and for the community. Participates and collaborates in PI initiatives.

Experience and requirements: 

• Bachelors

• Registered Dietitian CDR Certification
• Dietitian/Nutritionist License – FL

Education equivalent experience:
• Dietetics or Nutrition or related field

For all inquiries please contact:

Full-Time Registered Dietitian

Nutritious Lifestyles® 

Orlando, FL

Job Purpose:

To provide coverage relating to Registered Dietitian work at multiple locations. 


Job Description:

  • Perform Admission and High-Risk Assessment, as well as QA Food Service Audits.

  • Perform MDS, care plans, schedule case, etc. at facilities

  • Maintenance of a “Daily Tracking List” of all clients seen each day and a “Nutritional Risk Tracking List” for all high-risk clients.

  • Meeting with staff for recommendations or processing information.

  • Survey preparations for annual state survey

  • Customer Service and relationship building

  • Maintenance of credentials as required by the employee’s state for licensure and the Commission on Dietetic Registration for registration as a dietitian.

  • Maintains strict confidentiality regarding knowledge of all patient information (HIPAA), confidential staff and NLS business.



  • Completion of specialized academic training in dietetics, including a minimum of a four-year degree in food and nutrition and science form ACEND or completion of a Coordinated Program.

  • Dietetic internship or Master’s program approved by ACEND

  • Current Licensed Dietitian/Nutritionist by the state or states in which they practice.

  • Strong communication skills

  • Problem-solving skills

  • Ability to work independently with minimal on-site supervision

South Florida Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics

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