Florida Academy

of Nutrition and Dietetics

Dietitian needed at Broward Health in Coral Springs

Dietitian, Full-time, Days

Broward Health Coral Springs

Job #27156

Location: Coral Springs, FL

 

Broward Health Coral Springs is a 200-bed family-oriented hospital and moving ahead with exciting plans for the future. Don’t miss the opportunity to be part of it!

* Full-time, benefits-eligible position, Mon-Fri, days, with varied weekend requirements (80hrs/biweekly).

* Provides medical nutrition therapy for patients of the North Broward Hospital District in order to help facilitate appropriate patient care outcomes.

* Bachelor’s degree in nutrition or dietetics and completion of approved coordinated undergraduate program or ADA approved internship required. 

* Current licensure with the State of Florida required – RD eligibility with successful completion of registration within first 12 months of employment.

* One year of related experience preferred.

Apply at: http://careers.browardhealth.org/job/7743069/dietitian-nutritional-services-ft-27156-days-coral-springs-fl/

 

Thank you for your interest in Broward Health. Broward Health is an EO/AA procurer of goods/services, M/F/D/V.

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