Meghan Foley, RD, CEDRD-S
Meghan Foley, RD, CED-RD became a registered dietitian in 2011, after completing her undergraduate degree in Nutrition and Dietetics from Penn State University followed by her dietetic internship at the Virginia/Maryland WIC Program. She started her career providing high risk nutrition counseling for low income women, infants and children at the Maryland WIC program. She then moved to Denver in 2013, where she became an RD working for Denver Health Medical Center in all areas in the hospital, gaining additional experience in treating multiple disease states, as well as experience in nutrition support. In 2014, she was provided the opportunity to work full time for the ACUTE Center for Eating Disorders by Denver Health. She currently is the Nutrition Services Supervisor for ACUTE and continues to cover a clinical caseload as part of her job responsibilities. Her years at ACUTE have allowed her the opportunity to become an expert in using medical nutrition therapy to help treat severe eating disorders, work on research projects with Dr. Philip Mehler and other members of the multidisciplinary team and assist in the continued growth and expansion of ACUTE. Additionally, she recently earned iaedp’s prestigious CED-RD credential, which confirms Foley’s extensive experience as a nutrition therapist, her commitment to stay abreast of current developments in the field through Continuing Education, and compliance with iaedp’s stated Ethical Principles.