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NHS Eating Disorder Treatment Clinic in Glasgow

Priory Hospital Glasgow’s eating disorder programme, which can be delivered as an inpatient or day care patient service, offers personal and flexible treatments to sufferers of Anorexia Nervosa, Bulimia Nervosa and binge eating.

The Unit is the largest specialist inpatient unit of its kind in the UK and due to the quality of its care, patients come for treatment from all over the UK. In May 2015 the unit was included in the Quality Network for Eating Disorders (QED) under the Royal College of Surgeon’s Accreditation for Inpatient Mental Health Services (AIMS).

For more information on the eating disorder service, please watch our short video below.



Please also watch our short video from the perspective of a former patient of The Priory Hospital Glasgow, who tells in her own words how she overcame her eating disorder with the help of specialist Priory Consultants. Please click here to watch the video

Under the skin, short film. Yana Ivantcheva is a talented young film maker based in Scotland. When she was a student at Stirling University she decided to make a film called “Under the Skin” telling the story of an anonymous young lady called “L” who has suffered from an eating disorder. L bravely shares her story, so that others can understand her condition and other sufferers know they are not alone, can seek help and get the support they need. Please click here to watch the video.

The Priory Hospital Glasgow has a strong clinical reputation, based upon the quality of its care and the expertise available through its staff. Our staff are able to gain exposure to a diverse and rich wealth of experience from people who lead their field, including Professor Janet Treasure, OBE PhD FRCP FRCPsych, who has shared some of her thinking and experiences.

Professor Treasure’s research has led to greater understanding of, and better treatments for, Anorexia and Bulimia. Much of her research, which focuses on the development of new treatments, has been carried out collaboratively with, and often inspired by, patients and their families, which is of significance relevance to the patient group we currently treat in our Eating Disorders Unit.

To discuss treatment options and find out how we can support you, please contact a member of our team on 0800 840 3219. Alternatively, click here to email your enquiry. For professionals looking to make a referral, please click here