Previous Positions: Expertise in Patient Care, Education, and Communications Before co-founding RMI, Cindy worked as chief clinical dietitian at George Washington University Medical Center, Washington, D.C. and at the University of Tennessee-City of Memphis Hospitals where she provided and supervised direct patient care and developed employee work-site wellness materials and programs for the Marriott Corporation. She also held a position as Research Dietitian at the National Institutes of Health (NIH), Bethesda, MD as a Commissioned Officer in the Public Health Service (PHS), where, in addition to dealing with patients with unique and often severe medical problems, including AIDs, she also served as chairperson of the Nutritional Standards of Practice Committee and provided in-service regularly to staff. Cindy also served as cardiovascular nutrition specialist at Lutheran General Hospital, Park Ridge, IL. She worked there with in-patients suffering from various cardiovascular disorders and regularly conducted classes on nutrition and heart disease for both in- and out-patients and staff. In addition, she has developed and analyzed recipes and menus and written sections of a book geared toward the prevention of heart disease for laypeople with Lynn Fisher, television celebrity, of the "Low Cholesterol Gourmet" series books and television shows. Cindy has also written a chapter on nutrition in heart disease for a nursing textbook accepted for publication by Harper and Row, and served as research assistant at Griffith Laboratories, Chicago, preparing and testing ingredients and recipes. Cindy has taught courses on sports health and nutrition to high school students, and has lectured extensively to lay and professional groups on various aspects of nutrition, including women's health issues, feeding picky toddlers, college-bound nutrition, and updates in diabetes and cardiovascular disease, to name a few. She has also served as a spokesperson for the nutrition committee of the American Heart Association-Memphis Chapter and has appeared on radio and television in that capacity, and represented the NIH's Clinical Center Nutrition Department by providing testimony to the Institute of Medicine's Food and Nutrition Subcommittee of the National Academy of Sciences on uses of the Recommended Dietary Allowances in kidney disease.
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Cynthia Woodman's Care Philosophy
What makes us unique: RMI is committed to providing responsive, quality professional nutrition consulting services, using state-of the-art analytical tools and resources. We are not the "food police," but listen carefully to each client's individual needs. We provide customized monitoring tools, recipes, menus, and educational handouts, based on the client's unique characteristics to more effectively help each client meet their health care goals.
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Likelihood of recommending Cynthia Woodman to family and friends is 4.3 out of 5