Camden Nutrition and Dietetics Service promote nutritional wellbeing, assessing, diagnosing and treating diet and nutrition-related problems by providing practical and safe advice based on current scientific evidence.
Children's dietitians assess nutritional requirements, food intake and growth in times of health and disease, tailored to child's age, treatment and medical condition.
Children's dietitians work within the integrated service for disabled children, providing a multidisciplinary service to MOSAIC child development team, Swiss Cottage school, feeding clinic for children with complex feeding problems and general dietetic clinics.
For general weight-management services for children, please see Child Weight Management.
All children and young people up to 18 years of age who are registered with a GP in Camden and need dietetics support.
See the paediatric dietetic referral criteria in Downloads.
How to refer
The following clinicians can refer to this service:
Referral methods: Email
GP referral by completing the single point of referral (SPOR) form and sending by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Where to find the form
Camden EMIS forms page > Camden Community Children's Services SPOR Form