Our registered dietician is available to meet with any patients who need help figuring out how to eat to best support their health. Whether you need medical nutrition therapy to manage a chronic disease, or you're simply looking for help with your day-to-day nutrition, the expertise of a dietitian is unmatched. Our dietician will work with you to develop an individualized nutrition care plan with realistic action steps tailored to your specific health needs.
The dietician is available for both in-person and telehealth video and phone appointments. Let us know when you schedule your appointment if you’d prefer telehealth.
Our dietician offers medical nutrition therapy and nutrition education and can help patients facing a range of challenges. If you’re not sure if the dietician can help you with the food issue you’re facing, please call our office and ask!
Chronic health conditions such as diabetes, kidney disease, congestive heart failure, IBS, and others
Nutritional side effects of a disease
Patients who want to improve their diet
Parents struggling to feed their family a healthy diet on a budget
Accessing Nutrition Services
Our dietician services are sometimes covered by insurance, especially if it’s required for a diagnosed medical condition such as diabetes. You can call your insurance company ahead of time to find out if this will be a covered service, and how much you can expect to pay. We can also help you figure this out.
If you need nutrition counseling and it won’t be covered by health insurance, you can access this service at no cost if you’re a primary care patient here. Non-patients should talk to our Care Coordination Team.
Same-day appointments for established patients are often available and telehealth appointments are available by video or phone.
We accept Medicaid, Medicare, and most private insurance plans. Our sliding fee discount program can help both insured and uninsured patients pay for care. Private funds are available for specific healthcare needs.
Our Care Coordination team helps patients navigate access to the care they need. They are available to help patients understand the cost of services, and help enroll them in Medicaid or Medicare, prescription assistance, and other programs to help pay for healthcare