Jaime Rose Chambers is an Accredited Practising Dietitian and Nutritionist. Jaime completed a Bachelor of Nutrition & Dietetics at the University of Newcastle and is currently completing a Masters of Clinical Medicine for complementary therapies. Jaime has had a lifelong passion for food and cooking so when tossing up whether to become a chef or a Doctor, Jaime decided to combine the two and now as a Dietitian, treats her patient’s medical conditions with nutrition and lifestyle.

Jaime sees her patients between Professor Kerryn Phelps’ two Sydney clinics - Uclinic in Surry Hills and Cooper Street Clinic in Double Bay. Jaime treats patients with conditions that include overweight and obesity, high cholesterol, diabetes, food allergies and intolerances, polycystic ovarian syndrome and cancers. Jaime has also recently joined the team at Eat Fit Food as their head of nutrition & wellness, which is a gourmet nutrition program and meal delivery company.

Jaime spent the last six years dividing her time as the Nutrition Leader for the NSW Government project Go4Fun, which targets overweight and obese children aged seven to 13. Both parents and children attend the program and it involves a combination of exercise and activity sessions twice a week as well as nutrition and behavioral education.

Jaime has a special interest in prostate and breast cancer and is strongly affiliated with the Prostate Cancer Centre at St. Vincent’s Hospital. Jaime regularly speaks with and educates at support groups for individuals with prostate and breast cancer as well as at corporate seminars on various nutrition topics. Jaime is a regular nutrition contributor for publications such as Australian Women’s Weekly, Cleo and Cosmopolitan Magazine and appears on shows such as healthyMEtv, Today Tonight and A Current Affair.

Jamie Rose