Under the management of the Clinical Nutrition Manager; performs work with a high degree of accuracy and skill in the provision of optimal nutritional care for patients and the other service population. The provision of optimal nutrition care includes nutrition assessments, development of care plans, nutrition education, food service, and nutrition consulting services. Participates in multidisciplinary case management activities and performance improvement projects. Actively participates in Departmental Performance Improvement and Patient Satisfaction goals. The Dietitian will work together with the employees of the department to provide optimal environmental services to the patients, visitors, and staff to ensure the healing and well-being of each individual. The Dietitian will perform any other related tasks as assigned.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Core Competencies: All AVH employees will effectively demonstrate these behaviors:
Ethics & Values
Integrity & Trust
Education and Required Licensure and/or Certifications:
Competencies/ Evidence of Current Clinical Competencies
Key Physical Requirements and Working Conditions:
A detailed description of the physical requirements of this job is maintained in the Employee Health Department.
Looking for an opportunity to work in healthcare the way you always dreamed you could? At Antelope Valley Hospital, our employees are at the heart of what we do best – delivering high quality, patient-centered healthcare.
Antelope Valley Hospital, a 420 bed acute care facility, located just 60 miles north of Los Angeles, the Antelope Valley is one of Southern California’s fasted growing communities. We are a Level II Trauma Center and Joint Commission Primary Stroke Center Accredited. Serving the community for over 50 years, our non-profit hospital has grown to be the preeminent healthcare facility for our district’s nearly 1.2 million residents.
An Equal Opportunity Employer.