We are here to help you fight disease and manage symptoms, by providing nutrition support and education.
Some of the people who see us may have problems with:
- High cholesterol
- Gastrointestinal disorders
- Poor appetite and fussy eating
- Recovery post surgery
- Allergies and intolerances
- A range of other diseases and conditions
What we offer:
- One on one support
- Group programs for diabetes prevention and treatment
- Supermarket tours to help you make informed diet choices when you shop
- One-off information sessions on a range of topics
- Home visits on request
What can a dietitian do for me?
- Find out what health and food issues concern you
- Take into account your preferred eating pattern and family needs
- Provide information to help you understand how different foods can affect your health and well being
- Put together a realistic plan that suits you
- Support you to reach your goals
- Work with you to prevent or treat diabetes
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I book an appointment?
How much will it cost?
You may be eligible for a rebate for your Dietitian service. Contact us to discuss your options in more detail, on the contact details mentioned above. Some options include:
- Health care card or Pensioner Card
- My Aged Care
- Chronic Disease Management Plan
- Private Health cover (contact your provider to confirm your level of cover)
Do I need a referral?
You do not require a referral from to access our Dietitian Service. If you discuss your requirements with your GP, you may be offered a Chronic Disease Management Plan which will entitle you to a rebate.
Can my child see a Dietitian?
Yes, we have Dietitians who specialise in Child and Family Services. We also run a unique Feeding Clinic – visit the Feeding Clinic page for more info.
What if English isn’t my first language?
To request a dietitian who speaks Mandarin or Cantonese, please mention this when you book your appointment. For other languages, please ask for our interpreter service when you book your appointment.