Atlantic General Hospital
9733 Healthway Drive
Berlin, Maryland 21811
Learn a new way to look at your plate to eat a more balanced diet.
Individuals may benefit from nutritional counseling to improve a number
of medical conditions including:
- Cardiovascular disease (including high cholesterol, triglycerides, blood pressure)
- Digestive disorders (including IBS)
- Food allergies and intolerances (including Celiac disease)
- Kidney disease
- Cancer care
- Childhood obesity
Our Nutrition Services Team
Amanda Buckley, RD, LDN
Amanda Buckley, RD, LDN is a licensed and registered dietitian providing
clinical counseling, training, and education in food and nutrition. Amanda
completed nutrition coursework and research at James Madison University,
University of London, Birkbeck, and University of Ghana, Legon, completing
a BS in Nutrition at University of Maryland Eastern Shore, culminating
in a comprehensive dietetic internship through Iowa State University.
She currently works as Clinical Nutrition Services Coordinator for inpatient
and outpatient services at Atlantic General, as well as lending expertise
to Bariatric Services. Amanda is a native of the Eastern Shore.
Rachel Anderson RD, LDN
Rachel Anderson is a registered dietitian and licensed dietitian nutritionist.
Rachel is from Washington State and received her undergraduate degree
in Food and Nutritional Sciences with an Emphasis in Dietetics at Seattle
Pacific University. She then came to the Eastern Shore to complete the
dietetic internship through University of Maryland Eastern Shore where
she gained various skills related to dietetics. She currently works at
Atlantic General Hospital as an inpatient dietitian providing education,
counseling and medical nutrition therapy to a variety of patients. Rachel
is dedicated to helping individuals improve their health through food
We offer nutritional counseling for weight management, whether a patient
is seeking to gain or lose weight. We also provide guidance on proper
nutrition for vegetarians as well as healthy eating for general well-being.
Additionally, upon request, we can help coordinate a consultation with the
Outpatient Diabetes Education Program for diabetes counseling. To make an appointment, please contact Nutrition