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Treatment Overview

The Johns Hopkins Eating Disorders Program

Group Therapy in the JH Eating Disorders Program

The Johns Hopkins Eating Disorders Program provides a full continuum of care for eating disorders. Levels of care include outpatient consultations, an outpatient clinic for ongoing care, and a fully integrated inpatient and day hospital (partial hospitalization) programs.

If you are seeking an opinion regarding treatment it is usually best to start with a full evaluation in our Outpatient and Consultation Clinic. Consultations include a full psychiatric and medical history as well as laboratory or imaging studies, when indicated. In order to provide the most thorough evaluation and opinion we request that you forward us any medical records or pediatric growth charts (for adolescent patients) ahead of time so the doctor can review these before meeting with you and your family. At the end of the consultation we will discuss a treatment plan and options with you.

If you are interested in inpatient and partial Hospital treatment you may wish to contact our admissions coordinator directly at the numbers listed below.

Contact Us

The Johns Hopkins Eating Disorders Program
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Science
600 North Wolfe Street, Meyer 101
Baltimore, Maryland 21287


For Inpatient and Day Hospital (partial hospitalization) information

Stephen Miller 410-614-8791 | smille15@jhmi.edu
Mary Mesick, Admissions Coordinator
Phone: 410-502-5467 Fax: 410-955-6155
E-mail: mmesick1@jhmi.edu

Eating Disorders Patient Intake Form

For Outpatient and Consultation services

Tracey Farrow, Outpatient Clinic Coordinator
Phone: 410-955-3863 Fax: 410-502-7907
E-mail: tjames7@jhmi.edu


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