Shannan Carter, MS, RD, CDN
Shannan Carter is a Board Certified Registered Dietitian with
the American Dietetic Association, and a Certified Clinical Nutritionist in the State of New York. Formerly, she
was the Critical Care Dietitian/Nutritionist at St. Lukes-Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York City, responsible
for medical nutrition support in the Surgical, Medical and Pediatric Intensive Care Units. Shannan has been in private practice
for over 10 years.
Shannan was awarded the New York State Young Dietitian of the Year Award from
the American Dietetic Association. Furthermore, she is past president of the
Greater New York Dietetic Association, the governing dietetic organization for all of New York and its five boroughs.
Shannan completed her Master of Science in Clinical Nutrition
and Dietetics from New York University, following which, she completed her Dietetic Internship through New York University
hospitals. She received The Samuel Eshborn Service Award in recognition of superlative and extraordinary
service, exhibiting the value of strong leadership in school activities in NYU Steinhardt.
Shannan is an adjunct professor at New York
University in the graduate program in the Department of Clinical Nutrition. She helped start the nutrition component of DoctorGlobal.com, one of the first international medical website
counseling services, and was Director of Nutrition at United Wire Medical Center in New York City.
has served as a consultant and public speaker to various medical organizations in the New York City area.
She was the key-note speaker at the annual Grand Rounds for both the Surgical and Medical residents and attendings
on Total Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition in the Critical Care patient. She has also conducted corporate nutrition seminars
for businesses in the New York City area. For more information about consulting and public speaking engagements, please email us.
When not seeing patients, Shannan can be found biking, skiing, practicing yoga and enjoying time with her husband
and two daughters.