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Katelyn J. Moser Mock – US Registered Bariatric Dietitian

For enhanced client experience we provide complete diet assistance through Katelyn J. Moser Mock, a US-registered bariatric nutrition specialist with over 8 years of experience. A member of the American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Katelyn has also served as Lead Bariatric Dietitian at the Ohio State University Medical Center.

US Registered Bariatric Nutritionist - Mexico

 

Following is her resume:

Education

M.S.A. Health Services Administration

Central Michigan University

Mount Pleasant, MI

College of Graduate Studies (December 2012)

B.S. Allied Health Professions – Medical Dietetics

The Ohio State University

Columbus, OH

College of Medicine and Public Health (June 2006)

Registration Certificate of Bariatric Nutritionist

Registration Certificate of Bariatric Nutritionist

Career Highlights

  • 8 years of experience in diverse healthcare settings including long term care facilities, large teaching university hospital, rural and urban hospitals, as well as community settings
  • Motivated, self-starter that communicates well with a variety of health care providers and is experienced with working in multiple facilities
  • Adept at working with individuals from high risk populations and diverse backgrounds
  • Experienced public speaker for community, hospital, and conference settings
  • Contributing member of a multi-disciplinary team charged with restructuring a successful bariatric program
  • Partnered with Michigan State Extension to meet community needs for an educational cooking class designed for low income individuals with diabetes

Work Experience

1) Position: Consulting Dietitian for Long Term Care and Rehabilitation Settings  

December 2014-Present

S&S Nutrition

Longview and Vancouver Washington

Roles and responsibilities:

  • Assess, develop, implement, and evaluate nutritional care plans and provides for follow-up, including written reports
  • Conduct regulatory compliance reviews, inspections

2) Position: In-patient, Out-patient, Home Health, and Cardiac Rehab Dietitian

February 2013 – December 2014

Adventist Medical Center

Portland, Oregon

Roles and responsibilities:

  • Assess diagnostic and laboratory values and monitor patients’ clinical nutrition needs to initiate an effective plan of care
  • Works closely with other multi-disciplinary team members to help meet patients’ desired health goals
  • Provide nutritional education and consultation for specific disease states for in-patients and clients as outpatients.
  • Performs multiple nutrition roles through-out the week and is required to balance various responsibilities and projects

3) Position: In-patient, Outpatient, Diabetes and Long-Term Care Dietitian                  

October 2010-October 2012

Trinity Health Systems                                                                                                         

Cadillac and Grayling, MI

Roles and responsibilities:

  • Served two rural hospitals to assess and monitor patient and resident clinical nutrition needs to initiate an effective plan of care
  • Provided nutrition education for patients and at public speaking engagements in the community
  • Provided in-service education and health awareness programs to hospital personnel
  • Presented community nutrition education programs and served as a teaching member for Diabetes Education, Cardiac Rehabilitation, and Pulmonary Rehabilitation

4) Position: Lead Bariatric Dietitian         

April 2007- April 2010

The Ohio State University Medical Center

Columbus, OH           

Roles and responsibilities:

  • Created, coordinated, and taught 6 month pre-operative class to meet insurance company requirements
  • Contributing member of a multi-disciplinary team charged with restructuring the bariatric program
  • Presenter for nutrition and diet lectures at university sponsored surgery training sessions and conferences
  • Managed and marketed support group meetings, including educational lectures and arranging guest speakers
  • Participated in creating and carrying out research studies and developing diet progressions for new bariatric procedures
  • Interim Co-Program Director from May 2007-November 2007
  • Preceptor to undergraduate and graduate students
  • Assessed and monitored patient’s pre and post-operative nutritional status

5) Position: Dietitian           

August 2006- April 2007

Franklin County Women, Infants, and Children (WIC)

Columbus, OH

Roles and responsibilities:

  • Counseled clients on the importance of nutrition and familiarized them to public health care assistance
  • Educated and counseled clients regarding personal health concerns and completed WIC certifications
  • Assisted and guided clients unable to complete WIC documents due to language barriers or low functioning reading/writing skills, including teaming with interpreters to improve communication 

Affiliations and Certifications

  • Certificate in Adult Weight Management
  • Serve Safe Certified
  • American Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Oregon Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy Practice Group

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