Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group has selected Bromley Healthcare as the successful provider to deliver the Bromley Community Services Contracts. The contracts commence on 1st December 2017 for a 5 year period with an option to extend for a further 2 years.
The contracts award will allow Bromley Healthcare to build on the work the organisation has been carrying out for the last six years as the current community provider. During this time Bromley Healthcare has had patient satisfaction scores consistently in excess of 98% (the highest in London), were awarded a ‘good’ CQC rating across all services, and received numerous awards including two Bromley Business awards.
Bromley Healthcare’s CEO Jacqui Scott said “Following a comprehensive and robust procurement process we are delighted to be awarded these new contracts to provide community health services in Bromley.
We now look forward to working closely with Bromley CCG and the Bromley GP Alliance and other partners in delivery of these important contracts for the next five years and beyond. This will allow us to continue with our commitment to continually improve our services for the people of Bromley”
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About Bromley Healthcare
- For more information visit www.bromleyhealthcare.org.uk
- A leading provider for community health services Bromley Healthcare is a community interest company formed of over 900 people delivering high-quality NHS services, to people of all ages in the local community. The key to its success has been the emphasis it places on maximising best practice from both the private sector and the NHS.
- Bromley Healthcare was established in 2011 as an employee-owned social enterprise that ‘spun-out’ of the NHS. The organisation runs community health services in Bromley, Bexley, Croydon, Lewisham and Greenwich providing a wide range of services to people of all ages. Services range from health visiting to district nursing, school nurses to specialist nurses, therapy services for adults and children, urgent care centres, services to help prevent hospital admissions and also facilitate early hospital discharge.