The Nutrition Service at the University Health Center serves all students, faculty, and staff associated with the campus community. The mission of nutrition services is to equip and support members of the campus community with the knowledge and skills needed to make healthy nutrition choices. Nutrition services include individual nutrition consultations with a Registered Dietitian, Diet Analysis Services and Group Presentations.
Individual Nutrition Counseling is a 50 minute, one-on-one session which includes an assessment of one's nutritional status and recommendations/resources to help implement change to improve health and wellbeing through optimal dietary practices.
There is a fee for each appointment. Students are charged $15.00 per visit as a co-payment. All non-students are charged $50.00 per visit.
In an effort to ensure adequate and appropriate nutrition counseling for all who seek it, there is a 10 session limit for nutrition services. Students who would benefit from a longer duration or more intensive course of nutrition counseling (for example, weekly nutrition sessions) will be referred to a list of dietitians in the community.
If you are seeking weekly nutrition sessions or long term nutrition support, below is a list of Nutrition Programs near campus:
Faye Berger Mitchell RD, LD
7910 Woodmont AvenueSuite 1102
Bethesda, MD 20814
Jill Fuster, MS RD LDN
Highland House 5480 Wisconsin Ave Ste 221
Chevy Chase, MD 20815-3503 20815-3503
Suburban Hospital Eating Disorder Center
6410 Rockledge Dr Ste 640
Bethesda, MD 20817
Renfrew Center of Bethesda
4719 Hampden Lane
Bethesda, MD 20814
Please note that non-students will be seen for nutrition counseling between semesters only. Open times for non-students are December 15 - January 25 and May 15 - August 15.
For information and appointments, please call (301) 314-8184.
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