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Is an eating disorder affecting your family? We can help.

Evidence proves early detection and treatment is the best way to prevent devastating illnesses such as Anorexia, Bulimia or Binge Eating Disorder becoming chronic.

Ellern Mede offers private patients immediate appointments for:

  • Outpatient care in Harley Street and Wimpole Street central London clinics – Anorexia in children; Bulimia in adults
  • Short term inpatient care at Ellern Mede Barnet in London – Anorexia in children; Bulimia in adults

Specialist consultants

Our leading clinicians are certified and experienced in specialist evidence-based eating disorders treatment. We are one of the world’s only providers to specialise ONLY in eating disorder services.

Bespoke therapies

Every eating disorder and every patient is different. We will recommend and help you with the best therapies for you and your family. We can guarantee a consistent care team.

Care Quality Commission regulated

Ellern Mede Services, works with the NHS and is regulated by the CQC, accredited as GOOD across the CQC’s five key lines of enquiry – Safe, Caring, Responsive, Effective and Well-led.



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Ellern Mede Ridgeway has been treating people with eating disorders since 2000. We hear regularly from patients about their experience of care. Here’s what discharged patients and their parents have said recently.


“I came to therapy broken inside, not believing anything could help. Step by step the understanding and support you provided broke down the walls my illness had built around me. After months of treatment I now know that there are more important things in life than shape and size, like loving your family. Thank you Ellern Mede.”  Jennifer, London


“I am writing to say thank you to Ellern Mede. My son James is now maintaining his weight, is back at school and even eating in the school dining hall again. I am so grateful you helped motivate him to persevere through even his worst days with this illness.” Mr Thomson, Isle of Wight.”