Eat healthy during cancer treatment.Request a consultation from Diplomat’s nutritionist.
Israa Alia, RDN, MBA, is passionate about helping patients live healthier lives through proper nutrition. Diplomat oncology patients can speak with Israa by phone. She’ll answer your nutrition questions, explain malnutrition risks, and coach you on cancer-specific dietary needs.
To schedule a nutrition assessment with Israa, fill out the form below. Israa works Monday–Wednesday; she will contact you on one of those days once she has reviewed your medical history.
Home Nutrition SupportCustomized Total Parental Nutrition (TPN) Therapy
Our nurses, dietitians, and pharmacists help you manage total parenteral and enteral nutrition in your home. Our tailored therapies include:
- TPN dispensing and in-home assistance
- Programs to help you achieve you nutrition goals
- Education, tools, and guidance about your condition and treatment
- Access to nutrition-support experts
- Connections to others who use TPN
- TPN support products designed to make your every life easier
These nutrition-support services are provided by ThriveRx, a division of Diplomat Specialty Infusion Group. You can learn more at their website below.VISIT THRIVERX
Nutrition FAQAm I eligible for a nutrition assessment? We currently offer nutrition assessments for Diplomat patients receiving cancer treatment. Those patients can fill out the form above to request a call from Israa, our nutritionist. Do I have to pay for a nutrition assessment? No! These assessments are a free service for Diplomat patients who are receiving cancer treatment. What happens after I submit my request? Israa works Monday–Wednesday. She will contact you on one of these days after reviewing your medical history. Israa will work with you to develop an eating plan that works for you, so be ready to talk about what you eat in a typical day. How do I sign up for an assessment? Just fill out the form above. We’ll contact you to set up a time to talk with Israa.
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