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Nutrition and Dietetics

Salford Royal Hospital Dieticians advise those who need a modified or special diet, such as people with a food allergy or diabetes. They work in hospital wards, ranging from general medical wards to intensive care, and in out-patient clinics. At Salford Royal, they provide services to all clinical areas including gastro-enterology, renal, neurosciences, critical care, intestinal failure. Community dieticians are involved in public health promotion and clinical work. They help to promote healthy food choices and prevent disease by increasing awareness of the link between nutrition and health. They work, for example; individuals on a one-to-one basis, eg home enteral tube feeding, cardiac rehabilitation, obesity management, eating disorders and learning disabilities; health professionals, e.g. GPs, practice nurses, community nurses, health visitors, midwives and assistant practitioners; schools and youth services; voluntary groups;public health teams, local authorities and social services. They work in health centres, GP clinics, patients' homes, day centres, leisure centres, residential homes and nursing homes.

Who to contact


Where to go

Stott Lane
M6 8HD

Time / Date Details

When is it on

Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm.