Our child and adolescent mental health service eating disorder service is based at Queen Mary’s House.
It is one of the largest in the country, covering five north London boroughs: Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington.
It aims to help young people with anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa or atypical variations of these disorders to recover fully in the community.
How to find us
23 East Heath Road (entrance on Heath Street)
The building is accessed via a gate on Heath Street, just past two telephone boxes on the left if you’re walking from the direction of East Heath Road.
Getting to us
Bus route 268 serves Queen Mary’s House. It stops outside the Royal Free Hospital, at the Rosslyn Hill bus stop — from there, board the bus in the direction of Golders Green and get off at Whitestone Pond/Jack Straw’s Castle, which is just opposite the building.
Hampstead underground station, which is on the Northern line, is a five to 10-minute walk away. Hampstead Heath Overground station is an approximate 15-minute walk away.
Parking is available close by on Heath Brow.
Queen Mary’s House is wheelchair accessible, with the service located on the ground floor.