In order to prevent the spread of Coronavirus, NCEDS has taken the decision not to see patients for face-to-face appointments, unless this is essential for treatment purposes.

Our clinicians will contact you individually to discuss your care. However, please do not visit The Springs for any appointments until you have discussed your treatment with the appropriate clinician.

If you have any concerns or questions, please call 0300 300 0142.

Norfolk Community Eating Disorder Service

CPFT's Norfolk Community Eating Disorder Service (NCEDS) is available to all adults aged over 18 living in the catchment area of NHS Norfolk (i.e. excluding Great Yarmouth and Waveney). The team cares for patients whose primary diagnosis is a moderate or severe eating disorder - e.g. anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and binge eating disorder. Support, help and advice is available for carers, families and friends.

We hope you find our website informative. Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us should you require further information.

Norfolk Community Eating Disorder Service
The Springs
Aslake Close

T 0300 300 0142


Meet the Team 

Introducing our staff


What are Eating Disorders? 

Learn whether you or your loved one might be suffering from an eating disorder


Accessing the Service – Health Professionals 

Find out how to make a referral to our Service


Accessing the Service – Patients 

Find out how you can access our Service


Accessing the Service – Carers 

Find out how you can understand and access our Service if you are supporting someone


Assessment Clinics 

Learn more about the assessment process


Outpatient Treatment

Find out what treatment is offered by the Service as an outpatient


Inpatient Treatment 

Find out what treatment is offered by the Service as an inpatient



Find out facts and figures about our Service


Patient Notice Board

Find out how you can get involved as a current patient of the Service


Resources for Patients and their Carers 

Things to help you get started and assist you


How to Keep Myself Safe 

Information about our Keeping Myself Safe programme


Family and Friends

Information for loved ones


Patient and Carer Experiences 

Stories from those involved in our Service, from patients and their loved ones


How to Contact Us 

How you can get in touch with the Service

The page was last updated on 17 March 2020 by natasha.legg.


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