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Dietitian Ontario Salary

Province Increasing Access to Primary Care for Ontario Families

Ontario is improving access to primary care for Ontario families by helping to recruit and retain more non-physician primary health care professionals including nurse practitioners, social workers and registered dietitians.

The province is supporting 445 primary care organizations across Ontario, such as community health centres, nurse practitioner-led clinics, family health teams, Aboriginal Health Access Centres and nursing stations that serve nearly four million people in Ontario. This funding will allow organizations to better attract and retain non-physician health care professionals to serve more Ontario families, including in high-needs and remote communities.

Increasing access to primary care is part of the government's plan to build a better Ontario through its Patients First: Action Plan for Health Care, which provides patients with faster access to the right care; better home and community care; the information they need to live healthy; and a health care system that is sustainable for generations to come.

Is being a Dietitian Boring or Hard?

Heyy anybody out there a Dietitian or Currently studying to become one: It doesn't matter if your trying to be a Clinical/Community/etc. I just really need to kno-w lol
And is being A Dietitian a Boring Job?
Do they really get a good salary-


I don't think being a Dietitian, as an occupation, would be hard, but the schooling needed to become certified as an RD is certainly not the easiest degree to earn. Once you've completed your studies and internships, you should know most of the information


I don't think being a Dietitian, as an occupation, would be hard, but the schooling needed to become certified as an RD is certainly not the easiest degree to earn. Once you've completed your studies and internships, you should know most of the information