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Nutrition Outpatient Service - Ryde Hospital

Ground Floor

Denistone House

Ryde Hospital

Denistone Road

East Wood

2112

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Nutrition Outpatient Service - Ryde Hospital

Contact us

General enquiries: (02) 98587580

Fax number: (02) 9858 7511

Opening hours

Monday: 09:00 - 16:00
Tuesday: 09:00 - 16:00
Wednesday: 09:00 - 16:00
Thursday: 09:00 - 16:00


 

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 What we do

We provide comprehensive nutrition assessment and care plans across a range of clinical conditions.

We care for and treat people with:
- Enteral tube feeds
- Gestational diabetes
- Type 1 diabetes
- Type 2 diabetes
- Chronic kidney disease
- High cholesterol &/or triglycerides
- Malnutrition or greater than five per cent of unintentional weight loss
- Neurological conditions with associated reduced oral intake and/or weight loss
- Gastrointestinal conditions - ulcerative colitis, coeliac, Crohn's disease,
- Obesity with  other relevant medical conditions (e.g. high blood pressure, high cholesterol, kidney disease, diabetes)
- Poor healing wounds
- Other medical problems requiring dietary advice

 


 

 What to bring

Blood results

Test results

List of current medications

Referral

 

 

 When to visit us

Adult patients who reside within the Ryde - Hunters Hill local government areas.

 How to visit us

Ryde Hospital provides 350 free car parking spaces

 

Ryde Hospital provides 350 free car parking spaces spread across six car parks. The main carpark comprises both covered and open air parking spaces via Denistone Road. The other large capark is a covered carpark in the basement of the Graythwaite Rehabilitation Centre via Fourth Avenue. There is a patient drop-off zone outside the emergency department and a small car park for patients being tested at the COVID clinic.

 Referral information

GP referral
Nursing referral
Allied health referral
Medical referral

 

Referrals are required to contain patient name, date of birth and contact details (in case the appointment needs to be changed), medical history, medication history, recent blood results, reason for referral and nutritional concern.

The referral is required prior to booking an appointment so that the person can be booked into the most suitable clinic for their nutritional need.  For people from a non-English speaking background, an interpreter can be organised if required.
 

 Other information

Is there a cost to patients to attend the clinic?
No, excepting for people who are not covered by Medicare when there will be a charge for this service