The practice services both the ‘in hospital’ and ‘out of hospital’ patients. In-hospital treatment involves the management of critically ill patients as well as providing nutritional guidance and assistance to patients with a range of medical, chronic or surgical needs. Outpatients are consulted daily, providing a service that covers a wide spectrum of dietary needs and concerns. The ultimate approach will always be using a scientific and nutrition-centred education to reach our patient’s short term and long-term goals.
At Midline Dieticians, we are passionate about creating and maintaining a good balance in all aspects of life and have compassion for the fact that we are all just human.
Even as a young girl I knew that I wanted to be in the medical field, and together with my love for food and cooking, this made Dietetics the absolute perfect profession for me. I completed my degree at The University of Pretoria and went on to do my community service at Far East Rand hospital. I started my private practice in 2012 with Diline. Working with critical and surgical patients are specific areas that I personally enjoy the most. Nutrition has such a tremendous impact during these times in a person’s life.
I am very much an “everything in moderation” person and try to live as much of a balanced life as possible. Including exercise, healthy foods, family and possibly too much coffee.
I have always had a passion for food and some of my most favourite memories are set in the kitchen. My kitchen is my most favourite place to be and I am so excited to share this passion for food and cooking with my daughters, Lilly and Emma.
“To eat is a necessity, but to eat intelligently is an art.”