Our goals and objectives

Whether you are a health professional, or someone who is personally struggling with an eating disorder, you will know only too well how challenging recovery can be.

Here at The White House, our goal is to provide a truly accessible, credible and solutions-focused service for adults with eating disorders, in-line with NICE guidelines 2017. Our vastly experienced Multi-disciplinary Team are here to tailor treatment to each individual. And we have left no stone unturned in providing a comfortable therapeutic environment from which to achieve positive outcomes.

In order to continuously improve we understand the importance of measuring treatment outcomes and regular clinical audit, which in turn enables us to be innovative in our approach to Eating Disorders Care.

From measuring outcomes, to staff selection and training, to the therapeutic environment, our objective is clear: to improve on existing provision of Eating Disorders care in the region.

Our development of critical working partnerships with local and national organisations, making us authoritative and current at all times.

Furthermore, our experiences and cross-team knowledge ensures we well understand the procedures and structures of public health and CCG teams, so that we are able to communicate effectively and seamlessly.

Specifically, we have sought to, and continue to:

  • Develop an evidence-based adult eating disorders care pathway;  using the latest NICE guidelines and a collaborative approach with experts in the field. 
  • Develop a service with long-term sustainable benefits for patients, monitored by medical staff.
  • Develop a service that improves on outcomes of other comparable services.
  • Develop a service brand and identity which is recognisable and trusted.
  • Ensure staff are recruited and trained to deliver high standards and that their knowledge and skills are continually enhanced.
  • Provide choice to our patients within their care plan.
  • Develop an effective patient and commissioner communication and feedback system.
  • Evaluate effectiveness of pathways, with regular audits and reviews (in conjunction with public health bodies and staff).
  • Develop independent academic assessment of the service & promote opportunities for academic studies, placements and evaluation (gaining independent recognition).
  • Identify service improvements from regular audits.
  • Consider alternative innovations in services, based upon results, outcomes & feedback.
  • Develop partnerships with other organisations to help support improvements.
  • Contribute to the public’s awareness of eating disorders, and providing learning opportunities for the community, careers and patients.


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Post: The White House, Limerick Close, Ipswich, IP15LR, Suffolk, England

Phone:+44 (0) 1473 740872

Fax: +44 (0) 1473 206 588

email: twh@bramacare.co.uk

referral email: referral@bramacare.co.uk