Rose is a Clinical Dietitian at the Elliot’s Center for Advanced Nutrition Therapy and Diabetes Management. She provides medical nutrition therapy to individuals for weight management in affiliation with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester's Bariatric Program.
She earned her Bachelors of Science Degree in Dietetics and Nutrition from the University of New Hampshire. She went on to complete her dietetic internship through Tulane University. Prior to joining the Elliot she has worked as a Bariatric Dietitian for Lowell General Hospital and Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center.
Maggie is a Clinical Dietitian at the Elliot Center for Advanced Nutrition Therapy and Diabetes Management. She provides medical nutrition therapy to individuals for weight management in affiliation with Dartmouth-Hitchcock Manchester's Bariatric Program.
Maggie earned her Bachelor of Science degree in Nutrition Science at the University of New Hampshire. She completed her dietetic internship at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. Maggie has worked as an inpatient clinical dietitian at Lawrence General Hospital in Lawrence, MA and Concord Hospital in Concord, NH, and as a private practice dietitian providing medical nutrition therapy for weight management, cardiovascular health, and diabetes management.
Michelle is a Clinical Dietitian providing medical nutrition therapy at the Elliot Center for Advanced Nutrition Therapy and Diabetes Management. She has more than 25 years of clinical experience as a Registered and Licensed Dietitian in the outpatient setting.
Michelle graduated from the University of New Hampshire with a Bachelor of Science degree in Nutritional Sciences. She specializes in pediatric nutrition and can assist with growth failure concerns, picky eating as well as provide general support for childhood nutrition concerns. Michelle also provides medical nutrition therapy for the adult population who require management of hyperlipidemia, insulin resistance, obesity, or diabetes. Her area of interest includes sports nutrition and she enjoys working with teen athletes as well as the recreational adult athlete.
Marilyn is a Senior Clinical Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator at Elliot Health System and a Supermarket Dietitian at four Hannaford Supermarket locations. She enjoys bringing health and nutrition news to her patients and the community through individual counseling, and group classes. You might also see her at community organizations, local businesses and in the media. In her 20 years at Hannaford she has been able to assist thousands of patients fulfill nutrition and healthy eating goals in the aisles of the grocery store. Of recent she has been able to increase that reach through virtual classes on Diabetes Reducing Risk, Shopping and Meal Planning on a Budget and Food Allergies shopping for Kids.
Marilyn obtained her Bachelor's Degree in Food and Nutrition from Marymount College in NY and her Masters in Human Nutrition from the University of New Haven, CT. Her special medical nutrition therapy interests include Diabetes self-care management, Gastrointestinal issues, food allergies and Celiac Disease.
Lori is a Clinical Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist. She specializes in Prediabetes, Type 1 & Type 2 diabetes, along with Gestational diabetes. Her areas of interest include working with patients to identify blood glucose patterns, how to make realistic lifestyle changes, understand their diabetes medications, as well as provide glucometer teaching, how and when to advance to use of a CGM (continuous glucose monitor), how and when medication adjustments may be necessary, training on proper insulin use, fine tuning insulin dosing and insulin pump use. Caring for and teaching individuals how to best manage their own diabetes is the goal.
She earned her Bachelors of Science Degree in General Dietetics from the Rochester Institute of Technology. Prior to joining the Elliot Lori worked at Catholic Medical Center’s Outpatient Diabetes Resource Institute providing medical nutrition therapy and diabetes self-management education and training.