Outpatient Nutrition - Dietitian
- Weight Management
- Heart Healthy Nutrition
- Pre-diabetes, diabetes, and gestational diabetes nutrition education
- Food Allergies
- Pregnancy and Post-partum Nutrition
- Sport Nutrition
- Pediatric Nutrition
- Gastrointestinal disorders/disease
- Bariatric Nutrition
How to make an appointment:
No referral is required to be seen in our clinic, If you have a referral but have not heard from us within 72 hours, need to make a follow-up appointment or would like to self-refer, please call us at 907-361-4000.
Q: Where do I go to check in for my nutrition appointment?
A: Check in at the front desk of the Specialty Clinic within Bassett ACH.
Q: Do I need to bring anything to my nutrition appointment?
A: Yes. Please bring a three-day food diary with you. A three-day food diary should include at least two week days and one weekend day of what you typically eat and drink. In addition, please annotate any nutritional supplements you are taking.
Q: Can the dietitian prescribe me weight loss medications?
Q: I am an Active Duty Soldier enrolled in the Army Body Composition Program. I have been to the Army Wellness Center for classes; does this satisfy the requirement of the nutrition part in Army Regulation 600-9?
A: No. You must see a credentialed dietitian to satisfy the requirement of Army Regulation 600-9. It is encouraged to use the Army Wellness Center in meeting your healthy weight loss goal(s).