Accredited Practising Dietitian’s (APDs) are experts in food and nutrition. They can advise patients on the specific nutritional management of many heath conditions such as diabetes, overweight and obesity, cancer, heart disease, renal disease, gastrointestinal diseases and food allergies. Timely intervention by a dietitian can reduce the risk of developing chronic disease.


Dietitians offer a broad range services. These may include:

  • Community and Public health Nutrition including consultation to residential aged care facilities, child care centres and group homes for people with disability regarding clinical care, staff training, menu assessment and planning and compliance monitoring of therapeutic diets
  • Medical Nutrition Therapy (clinical care) with patients including assessment and nutritional education/counselling, enteral/parenteral nutrition monitoring
    and evaluation
  • Food service Management which can be at Community Health centres running nutrition education sessions (such as supermarket tours, cooking classes, diabetes education and cardiovascular education).

Although there are a wider range of triggers for referring patients to a dietitian, key factors include:

  • Significant weight change
  • Failure to meet nutrition needs
  • Recent poor food intake, poor appetite, or difficulty preparing or eating food
  • Changes in medication
  • Periodic review of medical nutrition therapy.

Contact Usdietician

Our dietitian, Tomoko Ueno is located in Hampstead Health on Level 1, 237 Hampstead Rd Northfield SA 5085. You can call us on (08) 8162 9817 or email

How To make an Appointment

To make an appointment, please call reception on (08) 8162 9817, email

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Our Staff

Tomoko Ueno     GCPH., B.NutriDiet, APD

Tomoko has studied a degree in Nutrition and Dietetics at Flinders University and is a professional member of the Dietitians Association of Australia (DAA) and an Accredited Practicing Dietitian (APD).

Tomoko has consulted people with a broad range of medical conditions such as diabetes, cardiovascular, liver, lung and kidney diseases and weight-related issues.

She regularly attends professional development activities to update her nutritional knowledge and practical skills.