Contact a Personal Health Coach

The college has formed a partnership with St. Luke's and Select Health to provide health and wellness resources and benefits to you and your family. These resources include free wellness screenings, coaching, classes and special events.

Contact a Personal Health Coach

Access to personal health coaches and dietitians from St. Luke's is one of our newest benefits through this partnership. These experts are available to see you through health, fitness and nutritional goals you have set for yourself. Visits are FREE and all information is strictly confidential. To access a health coach, please contact:

Isaac Bush
Wellness Coordinator
St. Luke's Occupational Health & Well-Being
bushi@slhs.org and phone 208.814.9182

Visit with a Registered Dietition

Visits with a registered dietitian are also available and FREE to you and your family. A dietitian can help you:

  • Choose healthier meals and snacks
  • Help with menu planning
  • Choose wisely at the grocery store
  • Help in calculating nutrition needs
  • Create a healthier relationship with food
  • Help feed your children and family healthier foods
  • Create healthy habits
  • Manage the nutritional aspects of chronic illness
  • Much more!

Learn more about how to connect with a St. Luke's dietitian>>

Sarah Renaldi, MS, RDN, LD
Melissa Sleight, RDN, CSP, LD
Outpatient Nutrition Services
St. Luke's Magic Valley Medical Center
801 Poleline Road, Twin Falls, Idaho 83381

Helpful Links

10 Lifestyle Changes for Better Heart Health
Belly Fat in Men
Body Mass (BMI) Calculator

Diabetes Basics, Causes and Risk Factors
Preventive Care Services with SelectHeatlh
Tobacco Use and Heart Disease
Watch your Waistline
Why Belly Fat is More than Skin Deep

The Mayo Clinic Guide to Self-Care book,sent to you by the CSI Wellness Program in May 2013, is a source of information for you and your family on a host of topics related to health and wellness. Please find additional information in this publication.