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Welcome to the Duke University Hospital FG Nutrition and Dietetics Program Graduate Degree Program in Biomedical Sciences Website

The Duke University Hospital FG Nutrition and Dietetics Program consist of two components. The first is a master’s degree, the Master of Biomedical Sciences (MBS), and the second is an experiential component of mentored nutritional experiences. This program not only fully meets ACEND’s FEM standards to prepare graduates to be experts in the field of Nutrition and Dietetics, but will also provide EMT certification and a strong foundation in interprofessional work and professional formation.

Duke University Hospital is a full-service tertiary and quaternary academic medical center, inclusive of 957 licensed beds, the Duke Clinic, Cancer Center, Children's Health Center,Eye Center, Ambulatory Surgery Center, and off-site ambulatory services. With established partnerships in Duke Regional Hospital (DRH) and Duke Raleigh Hospital (DRAH), Duke University Health System (DUHS) was created in 1998 with DUH as the flagship hospital. DUH has been nationally recognized for pursuing excellence and innovation. In 2012, DUH was named one of the top 10 U.S. hospitals in the annual U.S. News and World Report best hospital edition for the 23rd year in a row with 13 nationally ranked adult specialties and 10 nationally ranked pediatric specialties. During the same year, DUH became the first hospital in the state of North Carolina to receive the top award for performance excellence from the North Carolina Awards for Excellence program. DUH is committed to providing excellent and innovative care through compassionate service to patients and their loved ones. DUH seeks the best outcomes for patients by integrating: (1) high quality care; (2) knowledge from nationally recognized experts; and (3) innovation through research and clinical trials. Health care is provided along the continuum of life with 112 medical and surgical subspecialties.

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