13/02 Varun Kumar
HR at Fortis Healthcare Limited

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Fortis Healthcare - Dietician (1-3 yrs)

Delhi NCR Job Code: 2121

Job Description :

- To plan balanced, healthy and nutritious meals for the patients.

- To motivate patients for healthy eating habits.

- To involve patients in the planning of diet for better

- To take detailed rounds of different wards in order to plan diet individually as per patient condition acceptability.

- To evaluate dietary intake of patients and do required nutrient analysis for doctors reference.

- To organize diet counseling of the indoor patients and their attendants for healthy eating on the basis of their medical background.

- To prepare diet charts for walk in, follow-up & referral patients.

- To do constant follow up with the nurses for patients diet.

- To co-ordinate with the F&B department to ensure that meals served to the patients are according to their profile.

- To give correct written instructions for all patients at all meal timings.

- To assist in planning cyclic menu for patients

- To maintain logbook for intradepartmental communication.

Industry: Medical / Healthcare / Hospitals

Functional Area: Medical, Healthcare, R&D, Pharmaceuticals, Biotechnology

Role Category: Medical Professional

Role: Dietician/Nutritionist

Employment Type: Permanent Job, Full Time

Company Profile :

Fortis Healthcare Ltd :

Fortis Healthcare Limited is committed to clinical excellence and patient-centric healthcare, which is manifest in hospital design, patient services, medical programmes and the compassionate approach of medical and non-medical hospital staff. Fortis commissioned its first hospital in 2001 at Mohali, near Chandigarh, and has expanded its operations to become a network with an over 10,000 bed capacity across 68 hospitals

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