Delivering a Healthy WA
North Metropolitan Health Service, Mental Health

WA Eating Disorders Outreach and Consultation Service

The WA Eating Disorders Outreach and Consultation Service (WAEDOCS) is a Statewide Service that aims to ensure youth and adults in WA with an eating disorder can access optimal best practice care. This will be facilitated through
up-skilling and inspiring health care professionals to deliver evidence-based high quality eating disorders care.

WAEDOCS is a multi-disciplinary team comprising a nurse practitioner, consultant clinical psychologist, consultant liaison psychiatrist, specialist physician, senior dietitian, clinical nurse specialist (mental health) and peer support worker.

What we provide

  • Consultation liaison, mentoring and support to help clinicians to manage their patient(s)
  • Clinician training and education
  • Resources to guide safe inpatient management of people with eating disorders.

What we are unable to provide

  • Case management or governance for or of the patient
  • Treatment and/or support directly to patients and/or significant others
  • Inpatient services.

Referrals

WAEDOCS accepts referrals from clinicians caring for people with eating disorders throughout WA. This includes, but is not limited to, Emergency Departments, Medical Wards, Mental Health Units, Hospital in the Home (HiTH) teams, General Practitioners and Community Health and Mental Health Services from the public, private and community managed sectors.

Training and Education

WAEDOCS can be contacted for training and education in regards to clinical guidelines, resources and consultation.

Hours of Operation

WAEDOCS is available from 9.00am to 4.00pm Monday to Friday.

Contact Details

Address: Level 1, D Block, Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Hospital Avenue, Nedlands, WA 6009
Telephone: 1300 620 208
Email: WAEDOCS@health.wa.gov.au

Please note WAEDOCS services can be accessed using Telehealth technology     

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