We are staffed by a registered dietitian and nutritionist. RDNs are food and nutrition experts who can separate facts from “fads” and translate the latest scientific breakthroughs into practical food choices. Together, you and our RDN will create a personal plan, helping you improve your health and lifestyle by making lasting dietary changes. Group classes for diabetes and pre-diabetes management are available monthly. We provide the highest quality of nutritional care to patients and their families for a variety of conditions and diseases. These include: cancer, heart disease, digestive disorders, pregnancy, diabetes management, sports nutrition, eating disorders, food allergies / intolerances, HIV/AIDS, vegetarian nutrition, tube feeding needs, and many others. If you are interested in coming to the clinic, talk to your primacy care manager and have them send a referral to Nutritional Medicine Clinic. Our clinic is available to patients of all ages, and we see active duty as well as dependents. Initial visits typically last about one hour. Our RDN will listen to your concerns, will look at your diet record and lab work, learn the foods you like and dislike, discuss your lifestyle, and start working on a nutrition plan that suits your needs. Follow-up appointments are about 30 minutes, to discuss progress and necessary adjustments to your dietary plan. We will help you make small changes over time so that you maintain these changes and reach your goals. Patients coming in for an appointment (no walk-ins) will check in at the Pediatric and Immunizations Clinic front counter located on the first floor.