Cleveland Clinic is offering the MyConsult Online Nutrition Consultation service as a covered benefit to Cleveland Clinic employees enrolled in the Employee Health Plan (EHP) and their dependents age 18 and over. There are no co-pays or forms required for EHP members who want to take advantage of registered dietitian services - and there's no weight requirement to be eligible.
Cleveland Clinic's MyConsult Online Nutrition service is a comprehensive program that offers nutrition counseling securely, online from the comfort of home with a Cleveland Clinic Center for Human Nutrition registered dietitian. After you answer a series of simple questions, a dietitian will review your needs, help you establish realistic goals, and offer you nutrition tips and strategies to start you on your way to a healthier future.
-Members who are Medicare primary are not eligible for this program.
-Dependents under the age of 18 are not eligible for this program.
For more information on your Cleveland Clinic Employee Health Plan, please visit the EHP Total Care website at www.clevelandclinic.org/healthplan
Attention: Residents of Florida, New York, and Canada that would like to request an online nutrition consultation need to inquire with our clinical operations staff at 1.216.444.3223or 1.800.223.2273 ext 43223 prior to filling out any online registration information. Due to current restrictions and limitations in your state, our staff will determine your eligibility in advance. Once we determine your eligibility, you may proceed with your request. Thank you for your cooperation.
Below are the nutrition services available as a covered benefit to our EHP Members and Dependents:
If you have entered this site through the Intranet or the Cleveland
Clinic EHP site, once you have completed your registration you may
access this site from any computer via http://eclevelandclinic.org/cc-ehp
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