Importance of good nutritional status on health. Our specialists provide inpatient and outpatient services to fulfill the patients’ needs and expectations with individualized nutrition care to help manage their disease and optimize their health in line with evidence-based guidelines and practices.
Good nutrition is a key component of disease prevention, management and recovery from surgery or illness. Through our commitment to excellence and state-of-the-art services, our Nutrition and Dietetic experts provide optimal nutrition care, advice, education and support to both inpatients and outpatients. Using advanced technology and the latest equipment, we provide continuous follow-up services in our clinics to aid with the management of specific nutritional requirements in all specialty areas. These include:
If you have a health condition that requires specialized dietary management, or if you are having difficulty meeting your nutritional needs, you may benefit from seeing a clinical dietitian.
The frequency of follow-up appointments with a clinical dietitian will depend on your individual needs and goals. Some patients may only need to see a dietitian once, while others may require ongoing support and monitoring.
A clinical dietitian is a healthcare professional who specializes in the assessment and management of nutrition-related health problems and diseases.
During your first appointment with a clinical dietitian, you can expect to discuss your health history and current symptoms, as well as your current diet and lifestyle habits. The dietitian will work with you to develop a personalized nutrition plan based on your individual needs and goals.