Dietetics & Nutrition Unit

Health is a relationship between you and your body. With good judgement and expertise, dietitians provide the best available evidence-based nutrition guidelines for health promotion, disease prevention and management for patients.

What Can A Dietitian Do For You?

Dietitians provide a wide range of services to both inpatients and outpatients. Here are some things a dietitian can speak to you about:

  • What food to eat to lower your risk of certain diseases
  • Tips for eating on the run
  • Ways to achieve and maintain a healthy weight
  • Individualised eating plans for medical conditions
  • What to eat when you are pregnant
  • How to feed picky eaters
  • How to read food and nutrition labels
  • How to be a healthy vegetarian
  • How to make healthy food choices when you have
    special dietary needs or a medical condition
    (such as heart disease, diabetes, kidney disease
    or irritable bowel syndrome), and more

What To Expect ?

An initial nutrition management will be performed by our dietitian and a nutrition care plan is formulated based on the diagnosed nutrition issues.

Assessment would include but not limited to:

  • Height and weight measurement
  • Diet history
  • Medical history
  • Family and social history

Initial visit would take approximately 45 minutes and follow-ups would be scheduled according to your needs.

How to Make an Outpatient Appointment

  • Prior to making an appointment with our dietitian, obtain a referral letter from your doctor.
  • Call or write in to us stating your preferred date and time.
  • Bring along your referral letter and any other relevant medical reports.

The above is not a complete list of all the services we offered. Please consult one of our qualified healthcare specialists for more information.

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