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Sarah Rondinone is a highly motivated Registered Dietitian licensed in CT and MA. While she is new in her career, her variety of experience in the past 2 years has helped her grow into a well-rounded dietitian. Sarah has primarily spent her career in long term care but she also has experience with food allergies, weight management, and community nutrition. After completing her Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of New Haven in 2016, Sarah attended the University of Saint Joseph's dietetic internship in West Hartford, CT and earned her RDN credential in 2017. In December of 2017, she also finished her Master of Science degree in Nutrition from the University of Saint Joseph.

Before getting into the field of dietetics, Sarah spent 4 years in the US Navy and now enjoys working with other veterans to help support them in their nutrition and wellness goals. 

Her passion is to help meet people wherever they are in their nutrition journey and help them navigate through it to attain their goals. She is looking forward to being a part of our team and is excited to get started!

Sarah Rondinone MS, RDN

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Misty Doering is a board certified Clinical Nurse Specialist.  She has over 18 years of nursing experience in the acute care and outpatient settings.  She is the primary provider of advanced nursing care at New England Center for Health and Nutrition and Integrated Neurology and Headache Center of Connecticut.  She has provided care to hundreds of patients in world renown research institutions and medical centers.  These include the Penn State Hershey University Medical Center in Hershey, PA and SUNY Stony Brook University Medical Center in Stony Brook, Long Island, NY. As well as our local community.

She has a passion for helping people to achieve improved health, energy and vitality.  She specializes in investigating, with her patients, simple steps toward life long habits that improve health and energy.  While diet and fitness is a very large part of this, it is not the entire picture.  Often, people can make simple changes in their timings of medications, sleep patterns, and daily habits These changes can make huge progress towards helping people to feel and function at their best.

In her free time, she enjoys her family time, playing with her children and dogs, gardening, hiking and going to the beach.  When she has the time, she also enjoys cooking and creating new recipes. Her family will often joke and wonder "what is for dinner tonight?!"

Misty Doering MSN, APRN, CNS-BC