Clinical Dietician PW Food & Nutrition Clinical Part Time (NICU)Bookmark This
Texas Children's Hospital
Job Title: Clinical Dietician - PW Food Nutrition - Clinical - Part Time (NICU) Job ID: 125849 Location: Medical Center, Houston, TX Full/Part Time: Part-Time Regular/Temporary: Regular Shift: Part Time 8am-5pm
Salary Grade: 10 Texas Children's Hospital Pavilion for Women
Expanding upon Texas Children's Hospital reputation in fetal and neonatal medicine, the Pavilion for Women, located in the Texas Medical Center offers a full range of maternal, newborn and gynecological services, all in one location.
The Pavilion for Women will advance the hospital's mission with a full range of obstetrical services including but not limited to: evaluation and consultation, preterm birth evaluation, perinatal diagnostic and treatment services, childbirth and parenting education classes and lactation and psychosocial support services.
In addition, expectant mothers have access to a full spectrum of fetal therapies and for infants in need of specialized care, the Pavilion for Women offers both a Level II and Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU), as well as access to expert pediatric subspecialists representing more than 40 specialty areas, all in one location.
The Pavilion for Women also provides a full range of gynecological care, from annual well care checkups to highly specialized procedures and minimally invasive surgeries.
No third party considerations will be accepted at this time. Vendors please do not call HR directly to solicit. Overview:
Assess nutritional needs of patients, develop and implement nutritional care plans and communicate information in a manner developmentally appropriate for the ages of patients served (neonate through adult).
Develops, implements and evaluates patient nutritional care plans.
Provides age appropriate education to support the nutritional plan of care.
Collaborates with other professionals to integrate and communication nutrition principals than enhance patient outcomes.
Participates in, interprets and uses research to enhance clinical practice.
Establishes, monitors and adjusts performance goals.
REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS:
Knowledge of nutrition, medical nutrition therapy for pediatric and/or women's services. The ability to observe deficiencies and formulate actions to correct the situation, make assessments and recommendations, educate others on nutritional needs and use word processing, spreadsheet and nutrition programs on a computer.
Education, Experience and Licensure:
Bachelor's degree in nutrition, dietetics or related field and completion of ADA approved clinical program, RD with the American Dietetic Association (ADA) and LD in Texas required. One (1) year clinical experience, pediatrics preferred. Membership in the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics or maternity/women's services.