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Registered Dietitian

Our health team includes a registered dietitian, who works with your family doctor to help you set personal goals for healthy eating. Patients looking for dietary support related to weight management, diabetes or dyslipidemia/hypertension are asked to attend a group workshop or connect with a health management nurse first.

Group workshops and one-on-one appointments can help you:

  • set personal goals for dietary changes
  • access practical nutrition advice related to diabetes, liver, heart or kidney conditions
  • manage digestive issues, celiac disease and food allergies
  • receive support during and after pregnancy
  • learn about healthy eating and nutrition for all ages

Please note PCN registered dietitians do not see pediatric patients. If you need nutrition-related support for yourself or a minor in your family, ask your doctor about a referral to Alberta Health Services’ Nutrition Services.

Ask a Dietitian group workshops

Led by our team of registered dietitians, free Ask a Dietitian group appointments give you healthy eating tips in a virtual group setting.

Three types of workshops help adult patients with different needs:

  • Diabetes or pre-diabetes: for patients with impaired fasting glucose, impaired glucose tolerance, Type 2 diabetes, diabetes, high blood sugars or borderline diabetes.
  • Best Weight: for patients are who interested in learning about nutrition for healthy weight management.
  • Cholesterol basics: for patients with high blood pressure or cholesterol, dyslipidemia, hypertension, high triglycerides, a history of heart attack/stroke/myocardial infarction (MI) or hyperlipidemia.

Find out more about Ask a Dietitian.

One-on-one appointments

Patients can also request one-on-one appointments with a dietitian to discuss their health concerns. Ask your doctor if a referral to a dietitian is right for you, or book a one-on-one appointment online or through our program coordinator at 1-855-79-CFPCN (23726) or 587-774-9736.