Caring for you and your family

Catering Services

FOOD FOR THOUGHT!

The catering team at South Perth Hospital provides food services to meet your individual needs. All our menus are Dietician approved and offer a range of low fat and healthy choice options with food prepared with minimal use of salts, sugar and fats.  Special diets or cultural food requirements can be accommodated in consultation with our staff.

Using the finest locally sourced ingredients, our food is freshly prepared daily, ensuring a mouth watering and tasty experience.

Menus change daily and you will be able to make your selection from menu items such as Balsamic chicken and roast pumpkin salad with baby rocket and butter beans, Panna Cotta with Berry Compote, Tasmanian salmon served with a garden and potato salad or Roast beef with roast potatoes, pumpkin and broccoli bake served with gravy and Yorkshire pudding.

A visitors menu is available from Admissions on request. A nominal fee will be charged.

Meals for visitors can be ordered and paid for at Admissions. As an alternative, a café and a delicatessen are located on South Terrace a short walk from the hospital

 

MEAL TIMES:

Breakfast 8.00am – 8.30am

Lunch Midday – 12.30pm

Dinner 5.30pm – 6.00pm

 

South Perth Hospital is a “Foodsafe, Food Handler Training Program” registered organisation.  All staff are trained to meet “Foodsafe” requirements, ensuring best practice guidelines are being maintained

 

DIETARY GUIDELINES FOR AUSTRALIAN ADULTS

 

Enjoy a wide range of nutritious foods:

  • Eat plenty of vegetables, legumes and fruits
  • Eat plenty of cereals including bread, rice, pasta and noodles, preferably wholegrain
  • Include lean meat, fish, poultry and or alternatives, reduced fat varieties where possible
  • Drink plenty of water

 

Take care to:

  • Limit saturated fat and moderate total fat intake
  • Choose food low in salt
  • Limit your alcohol intake
  • Moderate your consumption of sugars and foods containing added sugars

 

Prevent weight gain:

  • Be physically active and eat according to your energy needs

 

Care for your food:

  • Prepare and store your food safely

 

Encourage and support breastfeeding

National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Dietary Guidelines 2003

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