The London Borough of Bromley is the largest geographic London Borough and is one of the biggest in population. It is responsible for a wide range of services that the local community need to access. These services include adult and children’s social care and Public Health.
For further information on the London Borough of Bromley and working for us please go to Bromley Council.
The Princess Royal University Hospital and South Sites including Orpington Hospital are part of King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and are based in Bromley. We also provide additional services at Beckenham Beacon and Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup.
Bromley Healthcare is a social enterprise providing community health services. The services are delivered in a range of settings including clinics, hospitals, and people’s own homes.
For further information on Bromley Healthcare, its roles and working with us please go to: Bromley Healthcare.
The Bromley GP Alliance (BGPA) is a federation of Bromley GP practices who work collaboratively together to enhance the health and wellbeing of Bromley residents. A range of services are provided including GP Access Hubs, Phlebotomy, Dermatology, Health Checks and more. BGPA also includes the Bromley Education and Training Hub (BETH) which provides support to all healthcare workers involved in primary care services in Bromley.
To learn more about BGPA and working with us please go to: Bromley GP Alliance.
Bromley Third Sector Enterprise (BTSE) is a charity working for the advancement of the health and wellbeing of residents of the London Borough of Bromley. A wide range of community-based services are brought together by BTSE via partnerships of local charities.
There are many different roles and expertise that are required to make these organisations work effectively. To learn more about BTSE, the different organisations they work with and working with us, please follow the links below:
Oxleas provide a wide range of health and social care services across south east London and are the main provider for mental health services in Bromley. Care is provided in community and inpatient settings. The Trust featured as one of the best places to work in the Sunday Times 2023 rankings as well as winner in the Best Places to Work for Disabled People Category
To learn more about Oxleas and our range of roles please go to: Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust.
St Christopher’s Hospice is a charity that provides end of life care to patients with terminal illness. They provide services to Bromley residents and neighbouring boroughs. Staff care for patients in their homes as well as manage end of life care within the hospice. The team is made up of a range of roles.
To learn more about St Christopher’s please go to St Christophers.
Bromley Primary Care Networks
There are 42 GP practices in the Borough of Bromley which are split into 8 different Primary Care Networks (PCNs). These practices are commissioned to provide general medical care service to any resident wishing to be registered within their practice boundary. The role of General Practice is varied and involves being the non-emergency entry point into medical services, management of chronic disease, investigation of routine cases, referral to secondary care (hospitals), providing education and training for GP trainees and much more. Apart from GPs, GP surgeries have many other staff members that include clinical staff and non-clinical staff.
For further information on roles and vacancies in Primary Care in Bromley, please go to: Vacancies
The NHS South East London Integrated Care Board (ICB) is an NHS statutory organisation. It brings together partners involved in planning and providing NHS services, working together to meet the health needs of the population within south east London and deliver the Integrated Care Partnership’s strategy. We are responsible for allocating NHS resource to deliver this plan.
The NHS South East London ICB covers six boroughs, one of which is Bromley. Each of the boroughs has a local care partnership, which brings together local organisations to plan and deliver integrated care to meet the needs of people who live in that borough.
For more information on working for the ICB and current vacancies, please go to: Working for us.