1501 N Campbell Ave
Tucson, AZ 85724
Comprehensive Nutrition Services
Comprehensive nutrition services are available to people of all ages through Banner – University Medical Center Tucson. Our registered dietitians and support staff provide guidance, education and encouragement to help you achieve your goals, address special dietary restrictions and improve you and your family's overall health and nutrition.
Our outpatient nutrition counseling program can address concerns such as:
- Digestive disorders
- Heart disease
Pregnant and lactating women, people with food allergies, athletes, those interested in improving their general health and well-being, and many others can benefit from participating in the program.
If you or someone you care for could benefit from meeting with a registered dietitian, a physician referral is needed prior to scheduling an appointment. Once the referral is obtained, have your physician fax the referral to (520) 694-2447. After the referral has been faxed, please call to schedule an appointment. Please also contact your insurance provider in advance to check if this is a covered benefit; if not, a self-payment option is available.
The Banner – University Medical Center Tucson Dietetic Internship program is an accredited, full-time Nutrition Therapy Emphasis program. We are based in an academic medical center that supports the clinical nutrition therapy emphasis of our program. Our registered dietitian clinical preceptors have expertise in the areas of organ transplantation, artificial heart device, cystic fibrosis, neonatal/pediatric nutrition, critical care, oncology, diabetes, renal disease/dialysis and specialized nutrition support. Our food and nutrition service management preceptors are experienced directors and managers from ARAMARK Healthcare. Our food services include patient tray services, a cafeteria serving an average of 3,000 customers daily and satellite coffee/specialty food areas.
Please note: Scholarship applications can be electronically downloaded from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The Banner – University Medical Center Tucson Dietetic Internship program does not qualify for federal student loans.
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