Attention Joslin Patients:

Mask wearing and COVID-19 screening will continue at Joslin until further notice per the Governor’s latest update for health care facilities. To expedite building entry, please access COVID Pass the day of your on-site appointment to answer screening questions to receive a pass. We encourage all Joslin patients, including kids 12 and over, to get a COVID-19 vaccine.

Also, please see our main COVID-19 web page for important updates regarding the availability of telehealth appointments at Joslin.
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Sue-Ellen Anderson-Haynes, MS, RDN, CDE, CPT, provides diabetes self-management education and medical nutrition therapy, to a variety of patients: T1, T2, Pre-Diabetes, Renal, Bariatric, Celiac Disease, Eating Disorders.

Anderson-Haynes serves as lead dietitian in the Pregnancy Clinic: GDM, T1, T2 preconception, pregnancy, and post-partum nutrition; lead dietitian in the Why WAIT (Weight Achievement Intensive Treatment) Program and serves as relief dietitian for the Hypoglycemia Clinic, DO IT program, and Diabetes Today Program.

She is the preceptor for nutrition Interns in the Tufts Dietetic Program.

Anderson-Haynes provides updates to Joslin's education materials on general nutrition, pregnancy, weight management, etc.

 

Diabetes prevention, weight management, and women's health

  • Type 1
  • Gestational Diabetes

Contact Information

Office Phone

(617) 309-4414

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