Joleen Wilson, RD/LD, CBIS
Joleen Wilson is a registered and licensed dietitian with 9 years of experience in a variety of treatment settings. As all patients have a different, unique story to tell, Joleen tailors her Medical Nutrition Therapy services to fit the needs of her clients. Joleen’s straight-forward, honest approach helps her clients set and reach nutritional goals to improve both their physical and emotional health.
Joleen received her Bachelor’s of Science in Dietetics from Kansas State University. She completed her dietetic internship at the Hines Veterans Affairs Medical Center near Chicago, Illinois. Her first position was a critical care dietitian at the Richard L. Rodebush VA Hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana where she also obtained a certification as a Certified Nutrition Support Clinician which includes a specialty in tube feeding and peripheral, and enteral nutrition, as well as comprehensive medical nutrition therapy for the critically ill patients. She has completed research studies and abstract presentations involving appropriate use of parenteral nutrition in critically ill patients. Joleen has also held positions as a clinical dietitian where she practiced on acute care medical/surgical wards as well as a rehabilitation and polytrauma ward.
Joleen moved to Tulsa in 2012 and obtained a position as a long term care dietitian as well as a pediatric dietitian caring for cystic fibrosis patients. Her current position is the Director of Nutrition Services at Brookhaven Hospital. She works closely with psychiatrists, internal medicine physicians, nurses, and therapists to care for eating disorder clients as well as those struggling with mental illness, chemical dependency, and brain injury. Joleen is also a Certified Brain Injury Specialist. Joleen has four years of experience working with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, binge eating disorder, eating disorder NOS, and compulsive overeating. Joleen is also skilled in working with patients regarding blood sugar and lipid management, hypertension, renal and liver disease, gastrointestinal disorders including celiac disease, portion control/therapeutic lifestyle changes, as well as a variety of other nutrition-related concerns. She is available by appointment.