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Eating Disorders Hosptialization

  • Belmont Behavioral Health's patient roomInpatient treatment at Belmont’s Eating Disorders Unit is designed for individuals who are unable to care for themselves in their home environments.

    All patients in our inpatient program begin treatment with thorough psychiatric and medical evaluations to identify the severity of the disorder, other psychiatric symptoms and overall medical condition.

    Our 24-hour nursing staff provides support, structure and safety to patients.

    Individual Care

    The dedicated eating disorders unit boasts a high staff-to-patient ratio that allows for individualized attention throughout the day. Features include:

    • Comfortable, modern rooms
    • A lounge
    • An adjoining kitchenette

    Treatment

    Inpatient treatment for eating disorders relies on our extensive nutrition and mental health care treatment options.

    A “levels” system provides more intensive care to patients who require it, while allowing patients moving toward discharge to have fewer restrictions.

    Upon completion of inpatient care, eating disorders patients have the option of continuing in one of Belmont’s day treatment programs.

    Location

    Belmont Center for Comprehensive Treatment
    4200 Monument Road
    Philadelphia, PA 19131
    215-581-5490 
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    Visiting Hours
    Monday to Friday: 7 to 8:30 p.m.
    Weekends and holidays:
    1:30 to 3:30 p.m. and 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

  • Questions? Call Us:

    1.800.220.4357

    Accreditation & Partnerships



    Belmont Behavioral Health Seal

    Joint commission gold seal


    Licenses

    • Department of Health (DOH)
    • Department of Public Welfare (DPW)
    • Division of Drug and Alcohol Program Licensure (DDAPL)
    • Bureau of Drug and Alcohol (BDAP)

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