Bexley Local Care Partnership

Bexley has embarked on a journey to transform health and care services through Local Care Networks with partners from across the health and care system.

What is Bexley Local Care Partnership?

The Bexley Local Care Partnership (LCP) brings together 17 local partner organisations with a shared goal of supporting and improving the health, care and wellbeing of local people and communities.

Our vision is to improve the health and wellbeing of residents across the course of their entire life – supporting people to start well, live well and age well.

Bexley Local Care Partner’s aims include:

Delivering joined up health and social care services that best meet the needs of Bexley’s population and help to improve the health and wellbeing of residents

For services to be developed with the person at the centre, coordinated and tailored to the needs and preferences of the individual, their carers and family

Improving the emphasis on the prevention of ill health and promotion of health and wellbeing

Narrowing the inequalities gap in health outcomes between the most affluent and most deprived communities in Bexley.

247,444Population

22GP Practices

46Pharmacies

Key Partners

Organisations helping to change health and care in Bexley for the better

News, Stories & Events in Bexley

Bexley Wellbeing Partnership meeting – 20 October 2022

The Bexley Wellbeing Partnership will host its next meeting held in public on Thursday 20th October 2022, at 2pm – 4pm. Members of the public will have an opportunity to send in questions in advance of the meeting and ask questions at the start of the meeting. Please email bexleyquestions@selondonics.nhs.uk with your questions before 5pm […]

20 October 2022
2-4pm
The Black Prince Suite, Holiday Inn Bexley, Bexley DA5 1ND
Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has died

The Queen dedicated her life to public service and had a long association with the NHS for which we are very grateful. The Queen will forever be in our hearts and the heart of the nation. A national book of condolence is available on the Royal website (www.royal.uk) or a book of condolence will be […]

09 Sep 2022
South Asian Heritage Month: Dr Sid Deshmukh shares his story

Tell us a bit about yourself and the story behind how you became a GP Lead in Bexley I was born in Mumbai and trained as a Gynaecologist in Mumbai. Mumbai is a city that never sleeps. It’s always on the move, vibrant and happening! It is multicultural, and people of all religions work together […]

11 Aug 2022