Nightingale Hospital’s eating disorder service receives QED accreditation from ​The Royal College of Psychiatrists​

After almost a year of submitting evidence, peer reviews, and having our eating disorder unit standards reviewed by the Quality Network for Eating Disorders (QED) committee, ​Nightingale Hospital​’s eating disorders service has received an official QED accreditation from ​The Royal College of Psychiatrists​.

This means that when you’re seeking eating disorder treatment at ​​Nightingale Hospital, you can be sure that you will be receiving trusted and effective clinical care of the highest degree.

Pictured is a small snapshot of our incredibly compassionate and hard-working eating disorders team with the official accreditation. We’d like to congratulate the many individuals that make up our dynamic eating disorders team, for their constant commitment to patient-focused, quality care.

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  • Dr Helen Murphy

    Dr Helen Murphy

    Consultant Psychiatrist

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  • Talia Cecchele

    Talia Cecchele

    Therapy lead for eating disorders at Nightingale Hospital

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  • Jasmine Challis

    Jasmine Challis

    Registered Dietitian

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