The Growth and Parenting/Nutrition Clinic is a referral clinic for infants and children with growth, nutrition, and feeding problems, including breastfeeding, growth faltering ("failure to thrive"), tube feedings, and other nutrition problems. Attending: Nancy F. Krebs, MD, and Kimberly Gracey, PA-C; Staff: Lyn Stevenson, RD, CSP.
The GoodLIFE Clinic - 1 is a multidisciplinary pediatric weight-management clinic that includes thorough assessment and individualized, family-based treatment, incorporating medical, dietary, physical activity, and behavioral approaches. Attending: Matthew Haemer, MD; Kimberly Gracey, PA-C; Darcy Thompson, MD; Nancy F. Krebs, MD; Staff: Renee Porter, RN, CPNP, Richard Boles, PhD, Michael Witten, MS; Helen Seagle, MS, RD.
The Inpatient Nutrition Consultation service includes consultation for medically complex patients with special nutritional and metabolic needs from pediatricians who are board certified in Nutrition. All inpatients are screened on admission; those at nutritional risk are evaluated and followed by registered dietitians. Weekly rounds are conducted with the nutrition physicians and the registered dietitians on medically complex patients. The Metabolic Syndrome Clinic in the Endocrine Department also offers weight loss and medical management for complex patients.
Outpatient Nutrition Consultation is available at Children's Hospital Colorado by registered dietitians for the following clinics and services, on a routine or as needed basis:
- Eating Disorders
- Neurology (including ketogenic diets, headache clinic)
- Metabolic Clinic
- Young Mothers Clinic
- Gastroenterology and Hepatology Clinics
- Pulmonary and Cystic Fibrosis
- Oncology and Bone Marrow Transplantation
- Special Primary Care
- Muscle Disorders
- General Pediatrics
- Developmental Disabilities/ Oral Feeding Clinic
- Sickle Cell Clinic