Transitional Eating Disorder Service for Adults

Welcome To Bramacare

We are a specialist care provider for adults with eating disorders who are leaving hospital and need high quality support as a transition to living independently.

Our services also help to prevent hospital admissions by delivering tailored support for each individual, which helps them to work towards their recovery and to live safely with their eating disorder.

Through Bramacare Community, we provide supportive day care activities for adults and their families, alongside education programmes for healthcare professionals. 

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Transitional Eating Disorder Services

We welcome referrals from eating disorder services in the East of England and from across the UK and have a proven track record in working successfully with NHS Foundation Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities to provide tailored health and social care packages.

Our residential, nursing and transitional living accommodation is provided in the heart of the Ipswich community in Suffolk and we encourage our residents to participate in the wider world and life beyond their eating disorder, whilst having the safety net of a professional team on hand.

Our Services

Nursing Care

24/7 Nursing Care and on-call medical cover with high staff to patient ratio.

Residential Care

Rehabilitation including sessions with clinical psychologist, counsellor and dieticians.

Transitional Living

Supporting adults to engage with life beyond their eating disorder.

Bramacare Community

Offering a range of day care services for the benefit of local residents in Ipswich and across East Anglia

Our People

We have a dedicated team of medical and mental health professionals on site, and we work with a wide range of specialist therapists and dieticians to provide tailored support to meet each individual’s needs.

Meet our core team below:

We encourage and support regular training and development for all our staff, ensuring our knowledge and clinical guidance is always up to date. If you’re interested in a career at Bramacare, please email [email protected].


Make A Referral

We receive referrals from across the UK and the Channel Islands, from specialist inpatient eating disorder teams and outpatient mental health services alike. Our services are commissioned on a case by case basis by NHS Foundation Trusts, Clinical Commissioning Groups and Local Authorities.

We are happy to receive referrals and enquiries via telephone or email.

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Get In Touch

Contact us today to discuss our services and your needs.

Laetitia Beaujard-Ramoo


My vision for Bramacare came after a career in advertising, I realised the often negative portrayal of body image in the media has a detrimental effect on adults and young people. I wanted to offer a service that supported adults with eating disorders, recognising that each individual requires a tailored programme of care and support to overcome their own challenges. My role is Co-Director with Dr Ramoo and I am also the Registered Care Manager at The White House in Ipswich. My role extends into the community with involvement in several organisations locally and nationally, including my role as Chair of Care Development East.


Dr Sachindev Ramoo

Co-Director and GP

Through my experience as a GP, I have seen first-hand the effects of mental illness and eating disorders, and how beneficial it is to provide person-centred care and rehabilitation to support individuals return to their daily lives. From the initial referral to liaising with practitioners, my role is helping residents at Bramacare to meet their physical and psychological needs by providing tailored care plans and medical support.


Emma Leonard

Mental Health Nurse

My role is to identify and support residents’ mental health needs, helping residents to explore their thoughts and feelings in an open and supportive space. I help to create and implement mental health plans and I provide regular 1-2-1 sessions, as well as group sessions, with each resident, understanding that everyone is different.


Roxanne Smith

Rehabilitation Manager and Eating Disorder Practitioner

My role at Bramacare is to support residents to live fulfilling lives on their road to recovery. I provide different activities to meet people’s individual interests such as art therapy, journal writing, positive affirmations and goal setting. I also deliver 1-2-1 and group therapy and wellbeing sessions as a counsellor and EDS practitioner.