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Clinical Dietician Salary

The average salary for a Clinical Dietician is $45,324 per year.
$33,499 - $59,392
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$30,572 - $58,894  
Country: United States | Currency: USD | Updated: 11 Dec 2014 | Individuals Reporting: 17
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Job Description for Clinical Dietician

  • Advise patients and their families on nutritional principles, diet modifications, food selection and preparation.
  • Consult with physicians and health care staff to determine nutritional needs and diet restrictions of patient.
  • May monitor food service operations to ensure conformance to nutritional, safety, sanitation and quality standards.
  • Counsel individuals and groups on basic rules of good nutrition, healthy eating habits and nutrition monitoring.
  • Screen, assess and evaluate nutritional needs, diet restrictions and current health plans to develop and implement dietary-care plans and provide nutritional counseling.

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Clinical Dietician Advice

What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?

Clinical Dietician in Norman:
"Nobody will respect you."
Nutrition information (and misinformation) is ubiquitous and everyone thinks they know the right answers better than you do-- even if they have never had a nutrition course (doctors are included here). Unfortunately, nutrition is also very hard to research and new and conflicting information is available seemingly every day-- we do sometimes find that what was believed to be true 5 years ago is no longer the case. As an RD you will have to fight for any respect at all and work really hard to stay on top of the new research (and pseudoscience) to remain relevant. I wish I had put my nutrition knowledge toward work as an RN or other professional whose pay would not stagnate through the years (I make less now than I did 10 years ago).

Job Satisfaction

Extremely satisfied
Rated 5 out of 5
based on 6 votes.

Years of Experience

Less than 1 year
10%
1-4 years
67%
5-9 years
10%
10-19 years
14%

Common Health Benefits

medical benefits Medical: 67% dental benefits Dental: 40%
vision benefits Vision: 27% employee benefits None: 33%