PROVIDER'S QUICK GUIDE
Goshen Hospital Nutrition Therapy

To refer a patient:

(574) 364-2400
(866) 724-3851

200 High Park Avenue,
Goshen, IN 46526
Office: (574) 364-2679

 

Center for Medical Nutrition Therapy

About Goshen Hospital Nutrition Therapy

Common sense tells us that a healthy diet, regular exercise and maintaining a healthy weight is a great start in preventing the onset or progression of disease. Because nutrition information can be confusing, helping your patients learn the real facts from a registered dietitian provides the knowledge they need to make the right food choices.

Medical nutrition therapy offered by Goshen Health's registered dietitians provides counseling services for the purpose of managing disease while assisting patients in setting realistic and achievable nutrition goals. Our dietitians are degreed professionals registered by the American Dietetic Association and certified by the state of Indiana. Making healthy nutrition and lifestyle changes can greatly enhance your patients’ health while complementing any treatment plan you prescribe.

How to Refer a Patient

A patient must have a physician’s referral to make an outpatient appointment with a registered dietitian. Call Patient Access at (574) 364-2400 or (866) 724-3851 to schedule an appointment. After an appointment has been made, please fax the referral form in the Download Center to (574) 364-2410 for insurance purposes. If you have questions, call Goshen Hospital Nutrition Therapy at (574) 364-2679.

Our Services

We offer the following registered dietitian services to assist you in managing your patients’ nutritional needs. Every patient is also offered a body composition analysis measuring weight, body mass index (BMI) and body fat percentage. Many insurance plans cover the cost of nutrition counseling services, but remind your patient to check with their insurance company for more information.

Diabetes—Type 1, Type 2, Gestational, Insulin Resistance

Renal Disease—Insufficiency, Chronic Failure

Cardiovascular Diseases— Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, Heart Failure

Immunocompromise—Food Allergies, HIV/AIDS

Weight Management—Overweight/Obesity, Bariatric Surgery, Eating Disorders

Pediatrics—Infant/Child Feeding, Failure-to-Thrive, Inborn Errors of Metabolism, Overweight (or risk of), Eating Disorders

Gastrointestinal Disorders—Celiac Disease, Cirrhosis, Crohn's Disease, Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Diverticulosis

Women's Health—Pregnancy, Osteoporosis, Anemia

Pulmonary Disease

Cancer

Nutritional Support—Oral, Enteral, Parenteral

Disease Prevention/General Wellness

Nutritional Care for Wound Healing and Malnutrition