• Nutrition Services

A regular, well-balanced diet has many positive affects on a person’s overall health. It ensures you feel your best and have energy throughout the day, and it can help prevent and control many healthy problems including heart disease and high blood pressure. Our nutritional services may be covered by your insurance with a physician referral. Call 608-768-6214 for more information.

That’s why RAMC offers outpatient consultations for any type of nutritional need. We can help patients follow special diets related to conditions like; diabetes, weight management, lipid management.

And for those who may not have a specific condition they are trying to control, we can review your current diet, help you establish goals and find effective approaches to simply maintain a healthier diet.

Meet our Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, Emily Seideman

As a nutrition professional and small town girl myself, I am excited to offer my knowledge and passion for dietetics to the Reedsburg community. I am proud to work with all modalities in an interdisciplinary team setting. I love to learn new nutrition-related concepts and their effects on preventative medicine and disease states. My goal is to treat my patients, residents, and clients like they were my own family by giving them achievable yet effective nutrition advice.


Bachelor of Science Degree at University of Wisconsin – Green Bay  |  Green Bay, WI
Dietetic Internship and Master of Science Degree at Cox College  |  Springfield, MO
Emphasis: Nutrition Diagnostics
Location: Room 126, 1st floor & Administration Office at the Senior Life Center.
Nutrition Interests

  • Medical Nutrition Therapy
  • Clinical Nutrition
  • Nutrigenomics/Nutrikinetics

 Joined RAMC: March 2021

Certified Dietitian
Personal Interests

  • Cooking
  • Playing with my cat, Archibald
  • Dancing
  • Visiting family and friends
  • Learning new things


Call 608-768-6214 for more information or to make an appointment!

Emily sees the following patient populations for outpatient nutrition counseling including but not limited to:

  • weight management
  • food allergies or intolerances
  • heart disease 
  • celiac
  • GI diseases
  • diabetes
  • bariatric (pre and post-operative)
  • wound healing

Services may include reviewing your current diet, establishing goals and approaches to a healthier diet, finding other resources available, and providing written information.

We monitor nutrition status of our CBRF and SNF/rehab residents at the Senior Life Center as well as some inpatient patients. We do many types of diet educations in the inpatient setting and outpatient setting.

Some insurance coverage may be available with a physician referral. We can help you find out if your insurance may cover a visit.