Registration No. DI-016309
Consultation fees for Virtual nutrition clinic:
- Initial Consultation (1 hour): €120
Extended, joint or family consultations, including low-FODMAP Programme, Coeliac Disease & Diabetes. (1½ hrs) €180
Complex Paediatric Referrals (includes detailed food diary analysis, virtual consultation, and follow-up reports for GP & Consultant Paediatrician) (2½ hours): €285
- Individual Review Consultation (30 mins): €60
- Extended or Joint Review consultation (45 mins): €85
Reduced fees for GMS / Medical Card Holders
- €10 discount per consultation (*on production of a current valid medical card only*)
- Analysis & Report of a 3-day food diary €80
- Letter to GP/consultant €20
*Fees must be paid in full on the date of your consultation(s)*
Fees for house calls, visits to private nursing homes, hospitals, residential units and care homes:
- Consultation fees quoted on request.
- Daily and sessional rates also available.
Fees will be invoiced on completion.
Career Guidance Session for second & third level students
- Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details
Payment methods available:
- We will email you an invoice with a link where you can pay securely online using Debit or Credit card, via the Stripe platform. you can also pay by card over the phone. Receipts are automatically issued once payment has ben received & processed.
Reimbursement from health insurance companies:
Fees paid to qualified dietitians / clinical nutritionists who are CORU-registered, are approved by VHI, Laya & Irish Life Health. Your receipt will include my CORU registration number & professional membership number of the INDI (Irish Nutrition & Dietetic Institute).
Note: St. Paul’s Garda Medical Aid Society do not currently provide any reimbursements for dietitian fees.
Reimbursements from private health insurers range from €15 to €82 per consultation, per member.
Click the link below download the full PDF reimbursement document:
Fees paid to CORU-registered dietitians qualify as medical expenses on which tax relief can be claimed. Previously, receipts could be included in the Med.1 form, but from January 2020 this must now be done as part of your tax return
- using Form 12 if you are an employee
- using Form 11 if you are self-employed / self-assessed