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Cygnet Hospital Ealing

22 Corfton Road, Ealing, W5 2HT

Gender: Female

Beds: 26

Cygnet Hospital Ealing provides a welcoming, non-institutional environment, offering personalised treatment for service users with an eating disorder or personality disorder over two separate wards.

Our team works hard to create a cheerful, non-institutional environment, and to support individuals in their recovery and personal transformation. We make use of a range of therapies including psychodynamic, family, occupational, art, drama and complementary therapies. We also believe very strongly in patient-centred care, and involve our service users in shaping their own treatment, and in all aspects of hospital life.

“I am very impressed over all. The communication has been very good. The doctors have been very good. I believe that Cygnet is one of the best hospitals in the country.”Service user, Cygnet Hospital Ealing

Facilities include two lounges for each service, en-suite rooms, a Care Programme Approach suite, a large community room and a fully equipped relaxation sensory suite. Outside, we have a pleasant sun terrace and a garden area.

Cygnet Hospital Ealing is in a leafy, residential area, with excellent links to the M25 and central London. The hospital building was once a house and has retained its homely feel, thanks to our welcoming, friendly staff and pleasant surroundings.

Services at Cygnet Hospital Ealing


Cygnet Hospital Ealing in the news


Elspeth’s visit a big hit at Cygnet Hospital Ealing

Cygnet Hospital Ealing recently welcomed Elspeth van der Hole, who has lived experience of borderline personality disorder to share her experiences with the service users on New Dawn Ward, the hospital’s specialist Tier 4 personality disorder service for women.

Celebrating Eating Disorder Awareness Week at Cygnet Hospital Ealing

Service users and staff from Cygnet Hospital Ealing’s specialist eating disorder service, Sunrise Ward, have had a full timetable of events and activities this week to mark Eating Disorder Awareness Week (1st -7th March). Activities included a Skype session with author Tabitha Farrar and a showcase event where the ladies shared poems and letters.

Cygnet Hospital Ealing supporting the Felix Project

Cygnet Hospital Ealing’s Social Cause Group have recently held a successful fundraising event to raise money for the Felix Project. The event included poetry readings, musical performances, nail painting and a sale of cushions, bags, plates, keyrings and plant pots made by service users.


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