Clinical nutrition

An overview of the clinical nutrition services dietitians provide at Providence Health Care.


Dietitians at Providence Health Care provide nutrition care along the entire continuum of life – from before conception to end of life. 

Dietitians actively contribute to the health and wellbeing of people living in B.C. and are essential members of our health care teams at Providence. Clinical dietitians at Providence Health Care are registered with the College of Dietitians of BC.

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What to expect

Clinical dietitians work in acute care, residential and rehabilitation services throughout Providence. This includes specialized inpatient and outpatient care.

Support for Indigenous Peoples

The Indigenous Wellness Liaison Team is here to support your health journey. Team members offer cultural support and healthcare advocacy. Learn more below or call them at 604-682-2344,62937 or email

  • Indigenous wellness services

    The Indigenous Wellness Team at Providence is available to support Indigenous patients and their families. We are here to coordinate culturally safe wellness supports and services.

Find this service near you

The clinic offers nutrition services and education for people with various conditions. Some of these conditions include gastrointestinal disease, malnutrition, and lung disease. 

A referral is required.

Medical & professional referrals

To refer patients to the Dietitian Clinic, fax the referral form below to St. Paul's Hospital - 604-806-8680.