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We provide access to a Community Dietitian who offers a free service by referral for children and adults to improve nutrition. Referrals can be made via a GP or practice nurse or other primary health providers.



Our Dietitian service offers consultation with you and your whānau to help you develop a plan that will encourage healthy eating, with education relating to the best types of affordable kai to buy, how to cook healthy meals and the amount of food that should be on your plate.  Helping you to determine what you should do to make positive and healthy changes and how to implement these changes effectively is the key goal.

In addition, and with your permission, we can also work with others (i.e. other health professionals) who may also be able to assist you to make changes to improve your lifestyle.


We also provide group education sessions upon request.


Examples of referrals:

  • Type 2 diabetes – newly diagnosed or refresher when HbA1c is too high

  • Prediabetes

  • Dyslipidaemia

  • Hypertension

  • Obesity or weight management for adults and children

  • Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome (PCOS)

  • Generally poor eating habits

  • Other dietary issues, where secondary services are not involved


If you believe you or someone in your family might benefit from a visit to the Dietitian, see your GP or nurse for a referral.

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