Atrius Health seeks two PT nutritionists: one for our Quincy & Chestnut Hill practices and the second for our Wellesley, Needham and Burlington practices.
Under the direction of the Supervisor of Nutrition, the nutritionist is responsible for assessing the nutritional problems and needs of patients, developing a nutrition care plan, and ensuring the patient receives the necessary counseling and education regarding the specific dietary information. Consults with patients on both on-going and disease-specific nutrition needs. Provides follow up as needed and completes all the necessary documentation related to treatment.
Education: B.S. or M.S. in Nutrition required. Registered Dietitian Mass license (RD) required and current registration with the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics is required. CDE preferred.
Skills and Experience: Three to five years of skills and experience in a medical environment and/or administering nutritional services. Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to explain information clearly. Demonstrated team approach to work and experience partnering with other clinicians in providing care. Expertise in Eating Disorders a plus.
About Atrius Health
Atrius Health is a well-established, Boston based, physician led, nonprofit healthcare organization and for over 50 years, we have been nationally recognized for transforming healthcare through clinical innovations and quality improvement. At Atrius Health we are working together to develop and share best practices to coordinate and improve the care delivered in our communities.
Our practices are located throughout eastern Massachusetts; our physicians are on staff at many of Boston’s academic medical centers and community hospitals. We offer: robust EMR, teaching & research, competitive salaries, exceptional benefits: health, dental, life, 401(k), disability, CME, PTO.
Atrius Health is committed to a policy of non-discrimination and equal employment opportunity. All patients, employees, applicants, and other constituents of Atrius Health will be treated with respect and dignity regardless of race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, veteran status, marital/domestic partner status, parental status, sexual orientation and gender identity and/or expression, or other dimensions of diversity.