Find out about our plans to develop a new Health and Wellbeing Centre for Bromley Town. The new centre will be developed in the Churchill Building in Bromley Town Centre.
Hospital at home services provide joined up care for people in their own home rather than being in hospital. The Bromley children’s hospital at home service is making a huge difference to young people and their families. Read more about the service here.
Daisy is 15 years old and lives in Chislehurst in Bromley with her mum, Rachel; her dad, Rob; and her older sister, Lily. Read about her experience of this life changing service.
The One Bromley Winter Homeless Healthcare clinics provide care for the homeless and rough sleeping population. The clinics offer a range of treatments to manage common health issues including vaccinations, mental health, drug and alcohol service and podiatry. The service won the ‘Innovation Helping Address Health Inequalities Award’ at the 2022 National Innovate Awards. The awards celebrate innovators in health and care services.
Staff from across the One Bromley health and care system came together for an evening celebrating teamwork, collaboration and hard work. They were recognised for their commitment, resilience, and everything they do on a day-to-day basis for Bromley residents.
Dr Andrew Parson, Bromley GP and Clinical Lead for One Bromley said, “The awards are a fantastic way to celebrate our workforce, from the award finalists to everyone working across Bromley services together to care for our residents. We were overwhelmed with the high number of good quality applications for the awards, which shows just how much our services are working collaboratively together. It was a very special evening, bringing together so many talented and committed people working across organisational boundaries with a common goal of providing the best care possible”.
“Reflecting over the last two incredibly tough years, we have much to be proud of. As COVID struck, Bromley health and care services came together in a way I have never witnessed before and it was truly humbling. None of what we have achieved over the last few years would have been possible without the dedication of every individual working together to support our residents as well as each other”.
Orpington Wellbeing Cafe, developed by the Orpington Primary Care Network and supported by Bromley Healthcare, is bringing vulnerable and older Orpington residents together. Everyone feels lonely from time to time, but when people are always lonely, they are likely to suffer significant ill health and other negative consequences. Read more.