F.F. Thompson Hospital’s Medical Nutrition Therapy Center is among the hospital departments offering some services via telehealth at this time.
With a team of registered dietitians, the center provides self-management education to those with diabetes, as well as nutrition information to anyone who wants to learn how to eat healthy and stay healthy.
Thompson’s Medical Nutrition Therapy Center offers support groups as well, for people who are preparing for – or have experienced – bariatric surgery and for people with diabetes.
For more information about the center’s services, please contact Mackenzie Collins
The Nutrition Therapy Center at F.F. Thompson Hospital provides self management education to those with diabetes, as well as nutrition information for anyone who wants to learn how to eat healthy and stay healthy. Our team of Registered Dietitians provides individualized assessments and educational information.
The Outpatient Nutrition Therapy Center at Thompson Health is dedicated to providing exceptional quality, interdisciplinary care and education for medical nutrition therapy, to promote and support the health and well-being of the community.
Our Registered Dietitians provide expert guidance and lifestyle changing strategies to assist people with managing many
nutrition related problems like:
Behavioral goal-setting is incorporated in the education process for maximum success.
Please note that the Nutrition Therapy Center requires a prescription from your doctor.
To schedule your group classes and/or individual appointments, please have your primary care physician fax a referral to 585-396-6915 and call 585-396-6433 to schedule your care.
For more information, please contact us:
Programs and Services: (585) 396-6734
Appointment Scheduling: (585) 396-6433
Individuals with diabetes may be referred for Medical Nutrition Therapy nutrition consultation.
Patients with renal failure:
Medical Nutrition Therapy Referral Form