In our modern society, many health problems develop as a result of unhealthy eating habits and poor nutrition. At Princeton Community Hospital, we use Nutrition Therapy to help treat these conditions and the symptoms that result from them. We do this through specially developed, individualized diets created and monitored by our highly trained registered dietitians.

In addition to helping prevent medical conditions, our nutrition therapists help reduce the risk of developing complications in pre-existing conditions, such as diabetes. They also work to improve existing conditions, such as high blood cholesterol levels.

Finally, our dietitians help treat those with eating disorders that result from insufficient or excessive food intake.


  • Evaluation of a patient’s nutritional status and recommendations on ways to improve it
  • Weekly nutrition education classes for heart disease, diabetes, gestational diabetes, and weight loss

Contact Information

Nutrition Therapy
122 Twelfth Street
Princeton, WV 24740
304-487-7639, or to enroll in classes, call 304-487-7770

From the main entrance, walk down the main corridor. Make a right. Dietitians’ offices are second door on the left and the one next to it.

Monday through Friday, 8 am – 5 pm