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Party time for Ellern Mede staff

Party time for Ellern Mede staff

Running a 24 hour hospital means getting all our staff together for a party is difficult, but being a friendly bunch we do our best. The 2018 festive party held on 26 November at N20 venue, North West London, was a treat that drew 130 of our staff together to build...
Labradors that bring happiness to patients

Labradors that bring happiness to patients

Patients and staff at Ellern Mede can echo the BBC’s November story about Selkie the Labrador’s amazing contribution to childrens’ happiness. We have Silke the Labrador (above) and her companion, Indie, who like Selkie, are not trained therapy dogs but have had a...
UK workers to get mental health support

UK workers to get mental health support

A broken mind is no less a medical condition than a broken leg. UK companies agree. Psychiatrists have called for physical and mental health to be regarded and treated with the same importance and attitudes for decades. In the last five years, political pledges and...
Do rising treatment numbers indicate earlier intervention?

Do rising treatment numbers indicate earlier intervention?

The referral into treatment of not only eating disorders, but other related illnesses among young people is on an upward trend when we consider statistics from NHS Digital. “This may be a very positive trend if it indicates that treatment is being provided to more...
We present to schools on eating disorders

We present to schools on eating disorders

Ellern Mede Eating Disorders Dietitian, Oliver Street, re-launched our talks for schools programme on 30th October at the International Community School (ICS) in London. ICS Well being Coordinator, Annalise Taylor, invited Ellern Mede to talk to parents and teachers...