Would you like to improve your eating habits and achieve a healthy weight? Our dietitian can help.
With personalised and expert advice, our dietician educates clients about healthy eating principles that are for life. So if you are unsure what foods are good for you, and want more than a short term fix, we can assist you to work out your dietary goals and help you to achieve them.
Our dietitian provides the following services:
- Medicare Enhanced Primary Health Care Plan Scheme
- Private Consultations
- Type 2 Diabetes Group Intervention (Medicare Allied Health Group Services)
- Department of Veteran Affairs
Medicare Enhanced Primary Health Care Plan
Under the Medicare system, people who have been diagnosed with a chronic or complex medical condition are able to receive rebates for health services provided by Dietitians. To be eligible to receive a rebate, you must be referred by your GP and have a current GP Management Plan. Each person is entitled to five (5) allied health visits per calendar year. Each consultation attracts a Medicare rebate of $52.95
Our dietitian can provide you with expert dietary advice and guidance about eating healthy, eating plans, how to manage certain medical conditions. This includes:
- Overweight / Obese
- Underweight / malnutrition
- High Blood Pressure
- Asthma and other Respiratory Diseases
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Cardiovascular Disease
- Vitamin Deficiencies
- Children and Teenagers – over / underweight, allergies, food intolerances
Medicare – Group Allied Health Services for Type II Diabetes
This program is designed to provide you with education and knowledge so that you can effectively manage your Diabetes and take control of your life! The program is conducted by accredited dietitian and exercise physiologists.
Department of Veteran Affairs
Veterans who currently hold a Repatriation Health Card – For All Conditions (Gold Card) or a Repatriation Health Card – For Specific Conditions (White Card), you may be eligible to access our Dietetic and Nutritional services.
To access these services, you must be referred by your Treating GP or Specialist. Your GP will use a referral form (D904) or a standard referral letter. The letter must state your medical condition you are to be treated for and your DVA member number.
For more information about this service please speak with your treating GP. You can also visit the Department of Veteran Affairs website www.dva.gov.au