Dietitians in Florida

Miami (146)Jacksonville (143)Tampa (138)Orlando (122)Gainesville (90)Boca Raton (39)St Petersburg (30)Naples (29)Tallahassee (29)West Palm Beach (29)Bay Pines (28)Sarasota (28)Fort Lauderdale (28)Pensacola (26)Lakeland (25)Fort Myers (24)Miami Beach (21)Weston (20)Clearwater (19)New Port Richey (18)Palm Beach Gardens (17)Lake City (17)Delray Beach (16)Winter Park (15)Hollywood (15)Pembroke Pines (15)Ocala (15)Jacksonville Beach (14)Stuart (14)Bradenton (13)Riviera Beach (13)Melbourne (13)Daytona Beach (13)Panama City (12)Coral Gables (11)Brooksville (11)St Augustine (11)Titusville (10)Coral Springs (10)Vero Beach (10)Jupiter (9)Miramar (9)Dunedin (9)Spring Hill (9)Port Charlotte (9)Largo (8)Hialeah (8)Lake Worth (8)Saint Petersburg (8)Aventura (8)Cape Coral (8)Boynton Beach (8)Plantation (8)Safety Harbor (8)Ft Lauderdale (7)Brandon (7)Fort Walton Beach (7)Ocoee (7)Pompano Beach (7)Rockledge (7)Eglin AFB (7)Clermont (6)South Miami (6)The Villages (6)Lady Lake (6)North Miami Beach (6)Tavares (6)Palm Harbor (6)Port St Lucie (5)Riverview (5)New Smyrna Beach (5)Margate (5)Longwood (5)Saint Augustine (5)Jensen Beach (5)Wesley Chapel (5)Bonita Springs (5)Maitland (5)Palm Coast (4)Kissimmee (4)Viera (4)Cutler Bay (4)Doral (4)Gulf Breeze (4)Venice (4)Altamonte Springs (4)Lecanto (4)Coconut Creek (4)Hurlburt Field (4)Orange City (4)Orange Park (4)Inverness (4)Davie (4)Sunrise (4)Crestview (4)Winter Haven (4)Sebastian (4)Sebring (4)Fort Pierce (4)Lakewood Ranch (3)Saint Cloud (3)Palm Bay (3)Palatka (3)Oviedo (3)Ormond Beach (3)Niceville (3)Mount Dora (3)Milton (3)Miami Lakes (3)Port Orange (3)Edgewater (3)Deland (3)Wellington (3)Deerfield Beach (3)Davenport (3)Dade City (3)Crystal River (3)Celebration (3)Zephyrhills (3)
Learn more about Dietitians and how to choose the right one for you

Learn more about Dietitians

A dietitian is a healthcare provider who specializes in promoting optimal health and preventing and treating diseases through the science of nutrition. In fact, some dietitians use ‘registered dietitian nutritionist’ (RDN) as a professional title to reflect their specialty. They use food and nutrition to help people of all ages manage their weight, medical conditions, food allergies, and wellness. Dietitians work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, long-term care facilities, food service settings, education, research, and community agencies.

A dietitian typically: 

  • Reviews and evaluates a patient’s health history, current diet, and physical activity practices
  • Teaches and counsels patients and caregivers about healthy eating habits, menu planning, and lifestyle choices
  • Recommends nutrition strategies, monitors your progress, and adjusts your nutrition plan
  • Designs and implements medical nutrition therapy including diet supplementation, feeding tube nutrition, and intravenous (IV) nutrition
  • Orders and interprets nutrition-related laboratory tests
  • Works closely with a patient’s entire medical team, as well as with family members, social workers, and teachers as needed
  • Advises athletes and other exercise-conscious people about the role food and nutrition plays in their fitness, performance, and overall health
  • Oversees food service operations in hospitals and other healthcare facilities, school cafeterias, day care centers, food corporations, and correctional facilities

A dietitian may also be known by the following names: registered dietitian (RD), nutritionist, registered dietitian nutritionist (RDN), nutrition counselor, and dietetic counselor.


There are 1764 specialists practicing Dietetics in Florida with an overall average rating of 4.6 stars. There are 71 hospitals in Florida with affiliated Dietetics specialists, including Adventhealth Orlando, Sarasota Memorial Hospital and Adventhealth Tampa.

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