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Outpatient and Consultation Clinic

The Johns Hopkins Eating Disorders Program

The Outpatient and Consultation Clinic provides comprehensive evaluations for patients referred by their physicians, families, or themselves.

Consults are performed by a psychiatrist and include review of outside records and a comprehensive psychiatric and medical history to clarify the diagnosis. Laboratory studies may be ordered.  At the end of the consult the psychiatrist will provide recommendations for modifying ongoing outpatient treatment or may recommend more intensive hospital-based treatment in the inpatient or day hospital programs.

Patients are seen in the Meyer Building, Room 101, of The Johns Hopkins Hospital.

For more information, contact  Tracey Farrow at 410-955-3863, fax 410-502-7907 or email  tjames7@jhmi.edu

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