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Outpatient Nutrition Services

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519-421-4233 ext. 2126

Hours of Operation: 

Monday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm

Tuesday or Thursday 8:00 am to 4:00 pm


Outpatient Nutrition Services is located on the lower level of the Woodstock Hospital in room L304. Enter the hospital using the Athlone Avenue entrance.

Accessing this Service:

A written referral from a family physician needs to be faxed to Outpatient Nutrition Services or your family physician can make the appointment for you. Please remember to bring your health card with you. 

A registered dietitian will help translate scientifically sound nutrition advice into practical nutrition guidelines.  The registered dietitian can assist the client on a variety of nutrition topics from healthy nutrition approaches to mindful eating and specific nutrition advice related to certain medical conditions. The dietitian will assess the nutritional needs, assist in the development of a nutrition care plan and work together with the client to monitor the effectiveness of the nutrition goals through regular follow up appointment visits as needed. An individual appointment visit and the heart health seminar are offered.

The following are a description of services offered:

Individual Nutrition & Diet Counselling

This is a one-hour appointment visit with a registered dietitian that includes a nutrition assessment, specific nutrition counselling and eating guidelines for the following conditions:

    • Diabetes
    • Food allergies
    • Healthy eating/mindful eating
    • Gastro intestinal disorders such as IBS, IBD, Celiac and lactose intolerance
    • Nutrition and pregnancy
    • Reactive hypoglycemia
    • Vegetarian

Heart Health Seminar 

This is a two-hour nutrition education seminar for heart health that will assist in the lowering of elevated blood cholesterol and triglycerides. This seminar is offered every 3 months. The heart health seminar covers the following topics:

    • Risk factors to heart disease
    • Healthy eating
    • Mediterranean diet approach
    • Healthy and unhealthy fats
    • Benefits of fibre for heart health
    • Label reading
    • Active living