Week 1 Menu valid the weeks of 22APR, 6 MAY, 20 MAY, 3 JUN
Week 2 Menu valid the weeks of 29APR, 13MAY, 27MAY, 10JUN
Credit Cards are accepted for purchases over $1.00
Nutrition Clinic Mission & Vision
The mission of the Nutrition Care Division is:
Procurement, receipt, storage, preparation, and delivery or sale of safe, wholesome, and appealing foods to patients and other authorized persons.
Timely delivery of medical nutrition therapy (MNT) and nutrition education to TRICARE beneficiaries in a variety of settings (inpatient wards, outpatient clinics, military units, and community organizations).
Provision of consultant services in nutrition to other health care providers and food service operations in the community.
NCD will be an organization characterized by:
People who want to come to work and make a difference each day.
Customers who find personal value in the food and nutrition services we provide.
Optimal utilization of nutrition care expertise and resources.
Outpatient Nutrition Clinic Classes and Appointments
*Classes are for patients 18 and above.*
Active Duty Weight Reduction/ Fit for Performance (FFP)
Dependent/Retiree Weight Reduction
Are also available. Children (up to 17 years old and patients with special nutritional needs should make an appointment to be seen individually by a dietitian.
Individual follow-up appointments are scheduled by a dietitian or medical clerk (patients must call 907-3438 to schedule an appointment).
Patients requiring outpatient nutrition counseling should be referred with a consult in CHCS by a health care provider and must schedule an appointment. Appointments are made through the Nutrition Care Clinic at 907-3438.
Links to Nutrition Information
Nutrition, Cholesterol, and Heart Disease
American Heart Association*
National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute*
Nutrition and Weight Control
Calorie Control Council*
armyhealth.pbrc.edu* (enter code: fortbragg)
*Denotes External Links