Nutrition and Weight Management Center

The Nutrition and Weight Management Center (NWMC) at Boston Medical Center is housed in the Section for Endocrinology, Diabetes, Nutrition and Weight Management. The NWMC offers state-of-the-art diagnostic and treatment services encompassing the entire spectrum of nutritional disorders and weight management for individuals age 18 and older. The multidisciplinary team staffing the Center is comprised of 5 nutrition physicians, 4 bariatric surgeons, 5 clinical dietitians, 3 surgical dietitians and 1 social worker. Individualized plans are developed for both risk reduction and/or management of the numerous medical conditions impacted by an individual’s nutritional status.

Adult outpatient services fall into two distinct areas, medical nutrition therapy and weight management therapy. Medical nutrition therapy encompasses nutritional diagnostic, therapeutic, and counseling services by a registered dietitian for the purpose of managing chronic diseases including diabetes, cancer, cardiovascular disease, hypertensive disorders, lipid disorders, HIV, gastrointestinal dysfunction, healthy or complicated pregnancies, disordered eating, kidney and liver disease. Weight management services may be medical and/or surgical in nature, and include a number of diet plans, as well as bariatric surgery. Behavior modification, meal planning, exercise, interpreter, routine dietitian appointments, and support groups help complete the care continuum.

Visit the clinic’s page on the BMC website or call the clinic today at 617.638.7470.

May 13-17, 2019 | Nutrition and Weight Management Center

Register now for the week-long Obesity Clinical Immersion Program hosted by Nutrition and Weight Management Program at BMC. The Program will be held on May 13-17, 2019 and will educate clinicians who care for patients with obesity about diagnosis and treatment guidelines. During this intensive program, clinicians will receive multidisciplinary, practical, hands-on, training from world-renowned specialists and see patients under the supervision of an obesity medicine specialist(s). For more information or to register, please visit www.bucme.org/obesity. Registration fee applies. BUSM/BMC Faculty/Staff discounts are available.

Program Contact: James McCarthy, james.mccarthy@bmc.org