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Nutrition information for Veterans

Your dietitians offer many nutrition classes designed to help you achieve your health goals via virtual appointment. Virtual appointments make VA health care more convenient for you and other Veterans and caregivers. Virtual appointments enable you to quickly and easily meet with your VA care team through secure and private videoconferencing sessions. You can attend nutrition classes in a virtual medical room using the camera on your phone, computer, or tablet. There are no Co-Pays for virtual appointments.

Nutrition information for Veterans

Why meet with a Registered Dietitian & Nutritionist (RDN)? 

Dietitians support Veterans for any nutrition-related medical problem, including weight management. 

  • Inpatient Dietitians see Veterans face-to-face during their hospital stay and assist with coordinating care after being discharged.
  • Outpatient Dietitians see Veterans face-to-face (consult rooms), or virtual (phone or VA Video Connect/VVC), and work closely with Patient Aligned Care Teams (PACT) at the VA Medical Center and primary care clinics.
  • Specialty Dietitians are available at the VA Medical Center for Diabetes, Eating Disorders, Renal, Nutrition Support, Oncology and Women’s Health. 
  • MOVE! Dietitians specialize in weight management and see Veterans who are enrolled in the program, and/or those seeking medical weight management. 

How do I schedule an appointment with a dietitian?

Our nutrition experts work closely with you and your care team to help make sure you’re getting the nutrition you need to get and stay as healthy as possible.

Nutrition and Food Service: 702-791-9000, ext. 11442

Ask to be scheduled with a dietitian at your clinic. 

Nutrition available at these at these locations:

Or Referral: Let your healthcare team know you are interested in seeing a dietitian.