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Eating Disorders Program

170 Elizabeth St., Room 7424, Black Wing
8 a.m. to 4 p.m. (except for holidays)

About the Clinic

The Eating Disorders Program at SickKids diagnoses and treats children and adolescents with a range of eating disorders. We are the primary treatment site for the central Toronto area and are a specialty centre for the province of Ontario. Our program has an interdisciplinary approach to treatment, meaning care is provided by a wide variety of health care specialists. We believe family involvement is crucial for eating disorder recover. 

Who we see

  • Ages 8 to 18 (new referrals accepted up to 17 years, 3 months). 
  • Males and Females. 
  • Those struggling to eat enough to stay healthy, with concerns about their body weight or shape, or with unhealthy behaviors related to weight control. 
  • We do not see young people with lifelong stable picky eating or pica/rumination issues exclusively. We do not treat young people with obesity due to binge eating. 


  • All patients require a referral to visit our clinic. 
  • If you are a health-care professional, log in to eCHN  to submit your referral. From your eCHN account, you will be seamlessly connected to SickKids e-referral platform, EpicCare Link. 
  • Learn more about our referral process.  
  • For urgent referrals only (same day referrals), contact eCHN’s Helpdesk directly at: 416-813-7998 or 1-877-252-9900, or by email at: On weekends and after 6 p.m. on weekdays, please contact the Fellow on call via SickKids Locating at 416-813-1500.  

More information:

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Coming to a clinic appointment

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You’ll find information on how to prepare and what to bring, what to do if you/your child are sick before your appointment or you need to cancel,  and important things to know about the SickKids philosophy.

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