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Individual Diet Counselling
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Individual Diet Counselling

Our registered dietitians provide individual diet counselling service to the public at five of our community health centres.

Service Fees

[Kwun Tong, Tai Po and Tin Shui Wai]
First Consultation: $360up (45 mins. per session)
Follow-up Consultation: $180up (25 mins. per session)

[Jordan]
First Consultation: $400up (45 mins. per session)
Follow-up Consultation: $220up (25 mins. per session)

Holders of Senior Citizen Card, seniors aged 65 or above, CSSA recipients# and Disability Allowance recipients/holders of Registration Card for People with Disabilities# can now enjoy a special price of $240 for first consultation and $120 for follow-up consultation.


#The special discount only applies to consultation sessions on weekdays (Monday to Friday) at specific community health centres.

Enquiry and Appointment: 2172 0727

  • Medical Health Check Customers special offer
  • Service Contents
  • Weight management (underweight, overweight and obesity) Medical Nutrition Therapies for chronic diseases, including
    • Diabetes
    • High Blood Cholesterol/Lipids
    • High Blood Pressure
    • Fatty Liver
    • Kidney Disease
    • Gout
    • Osteoporosis
    Nutrition counselling for pregnancy planning and follow-up:
    • Nutrition plan before, during and after pregnancy
    • Gestational diabetes/ high blood pressure
    • Diet for breastfeeding
    Nutrition counselling for infant, toddlers, children and teenagers on growth assessment and/or eating problems (e.g. picky eating)

     

  • Service Flow
  • *Patient with chronic diseases and/or on long-term medication should obtain doctor's referral/relevant lab report and/or documentation of medical history before consultation. [Nutritional Service Referral Form]

  • Diet Counselling Service for Infant/Child
  • Food Intake Record (Self Monitoring Record Form, Chinese version only)
  • Nutritional Service Referral Form
  • Community Nutrition – Professional Team
  • 劉碧珊

    Doris Lau

    Service Manager & Community Dietitian

    APD
    • Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), Dietitians Association of Australia
    • Accredited Dietitian, Hong Kong Dietitians Association
    • Master in Nutrition and Dietetics, the University of Sydney, Australia
    • Bachelor of Science in Food and Nutritional Sciences (1st Class Honours), The Chinese University of Hong Kong
    • Regional Clinical Advisor, Healthy Athletes Program (Health Promotion), the Hong Kong Special Olympics
    • Sports Nutrition Course (HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education)
    • Diabetes Conversation Map™ Facilitator
    Ms. Lau as an experienced dietitian not only providing individual diet counseling, outreach nutrition and menu consultancy services but also actively participated various health promotion programs with the Department of Health and community partner such as the Hong Kong Special Olympics. She also wrote for various magazines and work with media to provide the public reliable and credible nutrition information.  Ms. Lau is one of the authors for publications namely “Diet for cholesterol prevention”, “Happy menu for stress management”, “Diet for cancer prevention” and  “Healthy diet on a limited budgeted” etc.
       
    劉碧珊

    Heidi Chan

    Assistant Service Manager & Community Dietitian

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    • Registered Dietitian, Commission on Dietetic Registration, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (USA)
    • Accredited Dietitian, Hong Kong Dietitians Association
    • Bachelor of Nutritional Science and Dietetics Option, Rutgers, the State University of New Jersey, USA
    • Clinical Director, Healthy Athletes Program (Health Promotion),Hong Kong Special Olympics
    • Sports Nutrition Course (HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education)
    • Diabetes Conversation Map™ Facilitator
    Ms Heidi Chan provides individual dietary counseling with medical nutrition therapies and patient-centered nutrition groups (such as the Diabetes Mellitus Support Group) at community health centers of UCN. She also provides outreach community nutrition and consultancy services for residential agencies (such as care and nursery homes) with individual nutrition assessment, dietary/catering consultancy and nutrition education. In addition, Ms Chan actively promotes healthy trendy dietary lifestyle including environmental friendly eating habit, diet for stress/mood, healthy diet at workplaces, weight management as well as disease prevention  to public/private enterprises, groups and schools. Her nutrition publications included “Diet for Cholesterol Prevention”, “Happy Menu for Stress Management”, “Diet for CancerPrevention” , "Vegetable Nutrition Book" and "Fruit Nutrition Book “with regularly participation  in nutrition column writing and media interview as part of  public nutrition education.
       
    劉碧珊

    Mancy Lo

    Senior Community Dietitian

    APD
    • Accredited Practising Dietitian, Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA)
    • Accredited Dietitian, Hong Kong Dietitians Association (HKDA)
    • Master in Nutrition and Dietetics, the University of Sydney
    • Master in Environmental Studies, the University of New South Wales
    • Sports Nutrition Course (HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education)
    • Diabetes Conversation Map™ Facilitator
    As a senior community dietitian of the United Christian Nethersole Community Health Service, Ms Mancy Lo provides individual dietetics consultation, elderly nursing home/ special children outreach services, menu review/upgrade consultation services and chef/ staff training services. She also delivers nutrition workshops & cooking classes to non-profit organizations, private companies, schools and participates in column writing and newspaper interview etc. Recently, she is actively in charge of community nutrition promotions, including “Food Label Reading” & “DASH Diet” for different aged groups, to aid the community to understand food nutrition and prevent/alleviate hypertension.
       
    劉碧珊

    Sabrina Mok

    Community Dietitian

    APD
    • Accredited Practising Dietitian (APD), Dietitians Association of Australia
    • Accredited Dietitian, Hong Kong Dietitians Association
    • Bachelor of Science in Nutrition and Dietetics (1st Class Honours), University of Sydney
    • Master of Arts in Psychology, Chinese University of Hong Kong
    • Diabetes Conversation Map™ Facilitator
    Ms Sabrina Mok believes “patient-oriented care” is the cornerstone of holistic health. Besides providing nutrition counselling and medical nutrition therapy to patients with dietary and health problems in clinic, nursing home and home visit settings, she actively participates in a range of health promotion programs, including “LOVE Veg at Workplace”, “DASH –a-day” and “Food Label Reading for Stylish Eating”. She also delivers mass nutrition talks and small group education on medical nutrition therapy and health promotion to students, parents and teachers, company workers, general public and elderly group.
       
    劉碧珊

    Kurtus Lo

    Community Dietitian

    APD
    • Accredited Practising Dietitian, Dietitians Association of Australia
    • Accredited Dietitian, Hong Kong Dietitians Association (HKDA)
    • Bachelor of Nutrition and Dietetics (1st class Honours)

    Mr. Kurtus Lo is a community dietitian of the United Christian Nethersole Community Health Service. His services included individual dietetics consultation, health promotion and healthy eating education for different organizations within the community. Mr. Lo regularly provides consultancy and recommendations on menu planning for catering/meal service team and elderly centers, and nutrition counselling to patients with any dietary issues. Mr. Lo loves cooking, he actively involves in recipe creation, writing nutrition books and cook books as well as healthy cooking class demonstration. He believes “Healthy food is delicious and also assists for diseases prevention”.

       
    劳君怡

    Cindy Lo

    Dietetic Assistant

     

    Bachelor of Food and Nutritional Sciences, The Chinese University of Hong Kong

    As a dietetic assistant of Community Nutrition Service of the United Christian Nethersole Community Health Service, Miss Cindy Lo mainly handles community dietitians' appointment and initial nutrition assessment for individual counseling. She actively assists to promote healthy eating style and provide accurate nutrition information, including nutrition classes, groups, community nutrition webpages, to expend nutrition and health knowledge to general publics.

       
    汤卓骞

    Ellen So

    Program Assistant

     

    Higher Diploma in Nutrition and Food Management - Food and Nutritional Sciences, HKU SPACE

    Miss Ellen So is a community nutrition service program assistant of the United Christian Nethersole Community Health Service. Miss So mainly supports community dietitians to conduct health promotion projects such as“Food Label Reading” & “DASH Diet ”and nutrition education for the community in order to improve the awareness of eating habit and help people to stay healthy.

       

    Download of Food Intake Record and Sample Form

    Pdf Format Excel Format Sample Form Remarks
    Beginner Beginner ---- Applicable for clients of new consultation
    Basic Basic Basic Applicable for clients who have basic knowledge of conversion of common measurement units
    Advanced Advanced Advanced Applicable for clients who are familiarize with the conversion of common measurement units

    Service Locations & Opening Hours

  • Jockey Club Wo Lok Community Health Centre
  • UCN Jordan Health Centre
  • UCN Cheerful Health Centre
  • Kwong Fuk Community Health Centre
  • Jockey Club Tin Shui Wai Community Health Centre

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