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Do you have any questions or concerns about nutrition and health? Do you need help sorting through the nutrition information out there? Do you want support to make lifestyle changes? Ask a registered dietitian!

Registered dietitians at Ottawa Public Health are responsible for coordinating and facilitating partnerships between public health and other sectors of the community. They provide information and resources on food and nutrition to the public as well as assess and develop healthy eating guidelines and policies for organizations. The Ottawa Public Health dietitians do not provide one-on-one consultations with residents.

Registered Dietitian or Nutritionist?

A registered dietitian is not the same as a nutritionist. Dietitians are nutrition specialists who hold a Bachelor's degree in foods and nutrition from an accredited university and have completed supervised practical training. The titles “RD” in English or “Dt.P” in French are protected and regulated by the College of Dietitians of Ontario to protect the public and assure the highest professional standards. In Ontario, “nutritionist” is not a protected title. However, in public health in Ontario, the Public Health Nutritionist is a registered dietitian who also holds a Master's degree in nutrition or related area from an accredited university. Choose a registered dietitian as your expert in foods and nutrition.

Registered Dietitians in Private Practice

Dietitians in private practice work with clients to develop nutrition and lifestyle solutions for various health concerns. Referral by a physician is not necessary; however, a fee will be charged for all services. Many insurance plans cover the cost of registered dietitian services. Contact your insurance provider to see if you are covered.

Inclusion of a person or organization on this list is for information only and does not imply endorsement from Ottawa Public Health. The list is updated annually.

The registered dietitian must meet the following criteria in order to be included on this list:

  • The dietitian must be currently practicing within the City of Ottawa and be a member of the College of Dietitians of Ontario
  • The dietitian must be responsible for soliciting his/her own clients
Name, Address and Contact InformationAreas of Expertise

Danielle Aldous, RD

LEAF Weight Management Clinic1980 Ogilvie Road

613-701-1222

English

  • Weight management – medical and surgical
  • Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)
  • Heart health

Kathryn Alp, RD

Replenish Nutrition317 Catherine Street

613-317-1623

English and French

  • Pre-natal
  • Paediatrics
  • Corporate wellness

Leanne Azimov, RD

Website

613-282-0020

English

  • Weight management (gain, loss and maintenance)
  • Food intolerances
  • Ketogenic diets

Hélène Charlebois, RD

HC Nutrition Inc267 O’Connor Street, Suite 101

613-234-9970

English and French

  • Weight, diabetes, PCOS, heart, blood pressure, food intolerances
  • Women & men's health with body composition percentages, Nutrition DNA testing
  • Worksite wellness, presentations, lunch & learns

Billie Jane Hermosura, RD

Nutrition Intel255 Bay Street

777-679-1232

English

  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD)
  • Workplace wellness and nutrition presentations
  • Healthcare projects

Cathy Collar, RD

Bank Medical Centre1935 Bank Street

6497 Jeanne d'Arc Boulevard North

613-294-4311

English and French

  • Weight management

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • General gastrointestinal

Myriam Dagenais, RD

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sport Clinics:

613-825-8548

English and French

  • Digestive disorders (IBS, IBD, allergies)
  • Specialized diets (low FODMAP, vegan/vegetarian gluten-free)
  • Weight management

Laura Dale, RD

This is Healthful2150 Robertson Road, #16

613-828-8586

English

  • Type 2 diabetes
  • General healthy eating/mindful eating
  • Cardiovascular disease

Rana Daoud, RD

DRRD Nutrition

Advanced Access Medical Clinics: 3091 Strandherd Drive, #7

ZoeMed Clinic: 460 West Hunt Club, #106

1-888-609-3356

English and French

  • Digestive disorders (IBS & IBD)
  • Body composition testing: fat/muscle mass and basal metabolic rate
  • Rehabilitation and chronic disease prevention and control

Emily Fitzgerald, RD

Ottawa Regional Cancer Foundation1500 Alta Vista Drive

613-247-1920 ext. 234

English

  • Oncology/Cancer
  • Weight Management
  • Workplace Wellness 

Jane Graham, RD

Website

Riverside South Medical Centre: 665 Earl Armstrong Road, Unit C

613-316-7780

English

  • Digestive disorders (Celiac, IBD, IBS)
  • Food allergy/sensitivity 
  • Plant-based diets (vegetarian/vegan)
  • Weight management

Charlene Kennedy, RD

Charlene Kennedy Nutrition2039 Robertson Road, #503

613-686-6355 ext. 1

English

  • Paediatrics
  • Weight management
  • Rehabilitation

Barbara Khouzam, RD

Barb’s Nutrition and Diet Therapy: 1770 Canaan Road

613-986-7914

English and French

  • Geriatrics
  • Weight management
  • Menu planning for families
  • Specializes in home visits

Erin Kropac, RD

57 Viscount Avenue

613-402-7064

English

  • Prenatal/postnatal nutrition

  • Infant, toddler, and child nutrition

  • Workplace wellness

Beth Mansfield, RD

Peak Performance35 Wendover Avenue

613-852-2384

English and French

  • Sport performance, weight management and dyslipidemia
  • Body composition/resting metabolic rate analyses
  • Workplace wellness programs

Genevieve Marleau, RD

258 Terrapin Terrace

613-816-8373

English and French
  • Geriatric
  • Healthy eating
  • Nutrigenomix, eating according to your genes

Shawna Melbourn, RD

Anchor Psychological Services1308A Wellington Street West

613-722-7373

English

  • Eating disorders for adolescents and adults
  • Intuitive eating for adolescents and adults
  • Children’s eating challenges/picky eating

Krystal Merrells, RD

Website

613-324-7734

English and French

  • Online consultation
  • Workplace programs
  • Presentations and workshops for community groups, schools, clubs, and professionals

Caroline Michon, RD

Eat Your Way to Health

Ottawa Physiotherapy and Sports Clinics, Orléans: 1420 Youville Drive, #8

613-830-3466

English and French

  • Weight management
  • Diabetes & chronic disease management (cholesterol, hypertension, GI disorders)
  • Sports nutrition

Carolyne Mondoux, RD

Fine Balance Nutrition

613-203-5073

Appointment in your home, office or via the web (Skype and FaceTime)

English and French

  • School/group presentations
  • Food intolerances
  • General healthy eating 

Melanie Roet, RD

Ottawa Gastrointestinal Institute1910 Saint Laurent Boulevard

613-686-6656

English and French

  • IBS and the low FODMAP diet
  • Celiac disease
  • Other digestive disorders (IBD, diverticular disease, GERD)

Cindy Sass, RD

Sass Nutrition

535 Legget Drive, #204

613-862-8256

English and French

  • Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)
  • Weight management
  • Digestive issues

Andrea Senchuk, RD

Project Nutrition

Vital Medical Centre: 224 Hunt Club Road

613-248-1010

English

  • Weight management
  • Diabetes
  • Digestive health

Dina Skaff, RD

Anchor Psychological Services1308A Wellington Street West

613-722-7373 ext. 208

English and French

  • Eating disorders and disordered eating (adolescents and adults)
  • Eating challenges/picky eating
  • Intuitive eating (children, adolescents, adults)

Debora Sloan, RD

Debora Sloan Healthy Solutions411 Roosevelt Avenue, #309

647-408-8891

English

  • Sports nutrition
  • Type 1 diabetes exercise and chronic disease
  • Weight management/body composition testing

Connie Tuttle, RD

2039 Robertson Road, #503

613-863-1449

English

  • Gastrointestinal diseases (IBS, IBD, FODMAPS)
  • Heart health and liver disease
  • Certified Diabetes Educator (CDE)

Registered Dietitians in Community Health Centres

Dietitians in Community Health Centres work with individuals, families, and community groups to support healthy eating and promote wellness. They offer nutrition counselling and group programs on a variety of nutrition topics in partnership with other health professionals. In addition, programs that help increase access to healthy foods are available to all clients.                                                                                                                                                       

Please note that some of the nutrition services are only available by referral for clients who are registered with the community health centre and/or are living in the centre’s catchment area. Please visit the centre’s website for program information and events.

Registered Dietitians in Family Health Teams

Dietitians in Family Health Teams work with other primary health care providers to support individuals and families to eat well and improve their health. They offer individual nutrition counselling and group programs for rostered patients.

In-Store Registered Dietitians

Loblaws in-store registered dietitians offer a variety of services, including grocery store tours, personal nutrition consultations, nutrition education sessions, meal planning advice, cooking classes, “Nutrition in our aisles” school fieldtrips, and “On-the-floor” demonstrations. Many insurance plans cover the cost of registered dietitian services. Contact your insurance provider to see if you are covered.

Community Diabetes Education Program

The Community Diabetes Education Program of Ottawa offers free individual or group sessions to members of the community living with pre-diabetes or diabetes. Services are available for adults 18 years of age or older living with pre-diabetes or type 2 diabetes. Classes are regularly offered in French, English, Cantonese and Mandarin. Classes in Spanish, Arabic, Vietnamese, and Somali are also offered as needed.

Registered Dietitians in Hospitals

Registered dietitians in hospitals assess, plan, and monitor nutrition interventions for patients who are sick and for patients requiring special diets due to a medical condition. A referral from a physician is required to see a dietitian in a hospital.

Eating Disorder Services

Registered dietitians work with other healthcare professionals to provide specialized treatments and services for people with eating disorders and their families.

Hopewell

Hopewell provides community education programs and referral centres for teens, adults and their families. Registered dietitian services at Hopewell are not covered by OHIP; fees may apply.

For more information, call 613-241-3428.

The Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO) Regional Eating Disorders Program

This program offers expertise assessment and treatment services for youth under 18 years of age with moderate to severe eating disorders. A referral from a physician or paediatrician is required.

For more information, call 613-737-7600 ext. 5890.

The Regional Centre for the Treatment of Eating Disorders

This centre, located at The Ottawa Hospital General Campus, provides services for adults 18 to 64 years of age with severe eating disorders in the Ottawa region and Eastern Ontario. Treatment options include intensive day programs, and outpatient programs. A referral from a physician is required.

For more information, call 613-737-8042.

UnlockFood.ca

UnlockFood (formerly EatRight Ontario) provides content on nutrition, food, and healthy eating. It provides resources on chronic disease prevention, recipes, shopping, meal planning, and more. It is sponsored by Dietitians of Canada and uses Practice-based Evidence in Nutrition (PEN®).

Telehealth Ontario

Telehealth Ontario is a call centre that provides confidential medical advice at no cost. Services are offered in both English and French, with translation support for other languages if needed. Call Telehealth Ontario and ask to speak with a registered dietitian. Available Monday-Friday 9am-5pm at 1-866-797-0000 (TTY: 1-866-797-0007)

College of Dietitians of Ontario

The College of Dietitians of Ontario regulates and supports dietitians in the interest of the public. Consult the Register of Dietitians for more information on the dietitians in your area.

Dietitians of Canada

Dietitians of Canada develop standards and resources to support dietitians in their practice and to promote better access to trusted food and nutrition information. They offer information on dietitians across Canada, on various nutrition topics, and on initiatives such as Nutrition Month.

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