The Moore Center is Washington’s longest-established eating disorder treatment center, and has been dedicated to treating male and female adults and adolescents for more than two decades. The Moore Center has treated over 6,000 patients since its inception in 1991. Located in Bellevue, Washington, The Moore Center’s multidisciplinary team of professionals delivers cutting-edge medical, psychiatric, psychological and nutritional interventions through a continuum of care that includes Partial Hospitalization, Intensive Outpatient and Step-Down Services. All varieties of eating disorders are treated, including anorexia, bulimia, eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS), binge eating disorder and other atypical eating disorders. Thorough assessment and individualized treatment plans ensure that coexisting medical and psychiatric conditions are addressed, including anxiety, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, diabetes and substance abuse.
Join The Moore Center for an Open House/Free 2 CE Presentation Exploring Dietary Intervention in Eating Disorders Treatment
October 17, 2013
On Wednesday, November 13, 2013, join The Moore Center for an Open House, free 2 CE presentation and opportunity to network with the Center’s medical and clinical leadership and fellow eating disorders treatment colleagues. In addition to tours of The Moore Center and its new 4,000 square foot addition, which features a demonstration kitchen, interactive [...]
September 25, 2013
The Moore Center recognizes the important role of both medical and psychiatric physicians in eating disorder treatment, and is pleased to announce that Alex De Moraes, MD, has joined their medical leadership team. Dr. De Moraes, a Board certified Family Medicine physician, will join two full-time psychiatrists, Drs. Mehri Moore and Neeru Bakshi, as well [...]
September 16, 2013
Associate Medical Director Neeru Bakshi, MD, discusses how schools across the country are now weighing kids annually, and some are being sent home with ‘fat letters’, letting the parents know that their child’s Body Mass Index is high. You can view the clip below or click here to view on the Q13 Fox-TV website.