To help us improve and transform services so they work for Bromley residents, we must understand what is important to different people. To do so, we need to listen to people’s experiences and views of health and care. This also means we can better address health inequalities, which are unfair and systematic differences in health between different groups of people.
Join the conversation to give us your views on Bromley and wider south east London services.
Involving Bromley residents in the work we do is critical. It provides us with valuable information about what is working well and what needs to be improved.
There are lots of ways in which you get involved. You can join the One Bromley Patient Network to get regular updates on our plans and share your views and experiences of local services, feedback on our plans and get involved in our work.
Our One Bromley Community Champion programme is made up of residents who support our work by sharing important information about health and care services with their friends, families, neighbours and local communities.
If you enjoy helping others and have some time to spare, why not join us? You can get involved as much or as little as you can manage. Check our role description and registration form.
For more information please text or call 07824 503760 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Current opportunities to get involved in Bromley services are promoted on our Let’s Talk Health and Social Care website.
Let’s talk health and care in Bromley
If you join our patient network or become a community champion, you will get information on a range of opportunities to have your say. Many of our patient reps have helped us on procuring new services, developing new pathways of care, sharing their experiences and views on our plans.
Reports on our engagement activity provide more information on how Bromley residents have helped inform and influence our work and shape service delivery. Please click on a report to read it.
One Bromley Communications and Engagement Activity Report for 2022 – 2023
Bromley Urgent Treatment Centres Procurement – Public Engagement Report February 2023
The ICS has developed its approach to working with people and communities which was approved at the Integrated Care Board meeting on 1 July 2022.