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Manhattan Office: 596 Broadway, Suite 302, New York, NY 10012

About Us

Keatley Medical Nutrition Therapy is focused on managing specific disease states and conditions related to nutrition such as diabetes, obesity and eating disorders. We are dedicated to the integral component of self-management, education and wellness.


The mission of Keatley MNT is to help clients be aware of beneficial nutrition interventions. This requires the use of the best available scientific evidence while taking into account treatment goals, strategies to attain such goals, and changes individuals with disease states and conditions related to nutrition are willing and able to make. Achieving nutrition-related goals requires a coordinated team effort that includes the client and involves him or her in the decision-making process.


Gina Keatley is Certified Dietitian Nutritionist. She is an ambassador for The American Diabetes Association and has been honored with The President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Community Leadership Award. She holds an MBA in Healthcare, BS in Nutrition from New York University, a degree in Culinary Arts and continuing professional education from Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health. Her passion for nutrition brought her to health media contributing to media outlets such as Food Network, ABC, Fox and many more.

Nutrition, Gina Keatley honored with President’s Council on Fitness, Sports & Nutrition Community Leadership Award

When Gina isn’t working on food segments she is giving out tasty treatment to her patients at Keatley Medical Nutrition Therapy. Her interests lie in finding creative, yet sound, solutions for diabetes management, eating disorders, nutrition education, weight management and behavior modification.


Scott Keatley is Registered Dietitian-Nutritionist. He is an active member of the Academy for Nutrition and Dietetics. Scott holds a BS in Food and Nutrition from Brooklyn College and completed training at the Brooklyn Hospital and the Moffitt Cancer Center through Iowa State University.

In addition to his clinical dietitian work, Scott’s wellness contributions include U.S. News & World Report and Yahoo Health.