Saint Mary's Hospital a member of Trinity Health Of New England is looking for a Certified Diabetes Educator RD, to join our team. Our vision is to provide state-of-the-art healthcare to those within our local communities, creating a positive impact for each individual that walks through our doors.
Under the general supervision of the Program Coordinator of the Center for Diabetes and Metabolic Care, the Certified Diabetes Educator/Registered Dietitian collaborates with other disciplines within the Center to insure the delivery of quality care to outpatients with a known or suspected diagnosis of diabetes. The dietitian will provide direct patient care and counseling to all ages of patients, particularly focusing on the adult patient. Position may require working at offsite locations.
Top Reasons to Work at Trinity Health of New England:
Education: Bachelors of Science in Nutrition
Job Experience: Minimum 5 years as a Registered Dietitian preferred
Job Skills: Ability to perform individual and group teaching. Ability to assess patient needs to develop/evaluate educational objectives.
About Trinity Health Of New England:
Trinity Health Of New England is an integrated health care delivery system that is comprised of world-class providers and facilities dedicated to full spectrum preventative, acute, and post-acute care. We aim to deliver top-level care to increase our community's overall health at lower costs. While we serve nearly 3 million people, we are proud to be a part of a national system that focuses on putting our patients first and having the best colleagues to do so.
Trinity Health Of New England benefits include health insurance, adoption assistance, tuition reimbursement, paid vacation, sick time, and professional advancement just to name a few.
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