Kevin L Cintron
Telehealth Virtual care Nutritionist
Kevin L Cintron is an advance practice registered dietitian/nutritionist with over 30 years of caring for and providing specialty care to patients with diabetes. He earned a bachelor's degree and a master's degree in nutrition from Hunter College University in New York City. He is a bilingual nutritionist (English / Spanish) with the following credentials: Registered Dietitian (RD), New York State Certified Dietitian/Nutritionist (CDN), Certified Diabetes Care and Education Specialist (CDCES), Board Certified in Advanced Diabetes Management (BC-ADM). In addition, he received a certificate in Adult Weight Management from the Commission on Dietetic Registration and received a certificate of completion from The Association of Diabetes Care and Education Specialist as a Lifestyle Coach in the Prevention/Delay of Type 2 Diabetes.
All visits with the nutritionist will are done through Telehealth, using your smartphone, video chat application such as Apple FaceTime, Facebook Messenger video chat, Google Hangouts video or Skype. For more information please call me at 718-684-2542.
Accepted Insurance Plans
Blue Cross/Blue Shield
Centers Plan for Healthy Living
Emblem Health HIP: (Not accepting HIP Medicaid) if managing entity CMO/Montefiore will only cover Diabetes or Chronic Kidney Disease)
Medicare Part B
OSCAR Health Plan
For more information on payment plans, please call me at (718) 684-2542.
Kevin's main strength is his sincere desire to help and support individuals who feel motivated to start positive lifestyle changes to help them improve their wellbeing.
Whether you need support to maintain your current state of health, prevent illness, manage a medical condition you presently have, such as Diabetes, GI disorders, elevated lipids, congestive heart, kidney disease, or weight management, Kevin will help you in this journey. He will assess you're nutritional needs and develop a comprehensive nutritional plan along with lifestyle goals that work for you.
Kevin believes that small steps and changing one behavior at a time is the way to long term success.