cohealth dietitians work with you to help you find the foods and ways of eating that are the best for you and your body. Our dietitians can help you decide what to change or not to change about your eating, provide any nutrition information you want, and create a food and eating plan. This is always made to fit your individual health needs, taste preferences, budget, and social circumstances. cohealth dietitians do not recommend restrictive diets (dieting) and do not believe that you need to lose weight to improve your health. Our dietitians can support you to find the ways of eating that are most helpful for your health needs and that improve the way you feel about food and your body.
At cohealth our experienced dietitians can see you individually to help with a variety of food, eating, and health concerns including:
We have dietitians who have extra training in the following:
Our dietitians also provide group sessions where you can learn about:
Learning in a group suits people who would like to share ideas and learn with other people.
Everyone in the community is welcome to make an appointment with cohealth dietitians. This includes adults, children, teens, and people experiencing homelessness. Occasionally, we may need to recommend another service if you need a more specialised dietitian.
If you are under the age of 65, or under 50 years and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, call to request an appointment or use the online request appointment form on this page. If you are interested in attending a group – please tell us.
There may be a wait time to get an appointment. Some of our sites have long wait times and you may be seen sooner if you see the dietitian at another site.
If you are over the age of 65, or over 50 years and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, you can only access a cohealth Dietitian through My Aged Care. If you have a My Aged Care package you can contact them on 1800 200 422 and ask for cohealth Dietetics.
People experiencing homelessness will receive special priority for appointments at all sites but can also see the dietitian at Central City who is funded specifically to see people experiencing homelessness.
The cost depends on your income. There are different income ranges for individuals, couples and families. You can learn more on our fees page, or call us to find out more.
GP’s and health professionals can refer a client using our online referral form.Refer a Client
cohealth is a not-for-profit community health organisation. We provide essential health and support services in Melbourne’s CBD, and northern and western suburbs.