Bromley Healthcare offers a range of different health services ranging from pre-birth to end of life.
We provide services in clinics, hospitals, community settings, nursing homes and many other places.
Using our services
Bromley Healthcare was established on 1 April 2011 to provide out-of-hospital health services in Bromley.
We now also care for people in Bexley, Croydon and Lewisham - and our reach continues to extend.
We've grown from working in just one borough to being one of the UK's leading providers of community health services. We're a community interest company formed of over 800 people delivering high-quality NHS services.
Our ethos and unique approach has contributed to our success. We believe in putting clinicians in the driving seat and empowering front-line staff to make decisions about how services should be run. This has made us patient-focussed and efficient, taking the best that the NHS has to offer, removing some of the bureaucracy and focussing on quality healthcare.
We provide services in clinics, hospitals, community settings, nursing homes and other many other places. You can find out more about us by exploring this website.
Why do we collect information about you and what do we do with it?
These records are important because they help the clinician to remember what advice they previously gave to you and any information you might have shared with them. It also helps if you are sent to see another service for further advice or treatments.
We may also look at your basic information to help us to: review the care we provide to ensure we keep to our very high standards; understand the health needs of our patients and plan service improvements; make sure our services can meet your needs in the future; investigate complaints, legal claims or untoward incidents; teach and train healthcare professionals.
More about this can be found in our leaflet in our Healthcare records section - click on the link below.
Your ideas are important to us so please help us by giving feedback on the services we provide for you.
We want you to be happy with the service you receive from us, but we know that every so often something might go wrong. If you're unhappy with the care you receive or an element of our service, we want to hear it from you.
Of course, we also want to hear from you if you're happy with the care you're receiving - it's good to be able to thank the team and let people know they're doing a good job, so if you have a compliment or congratulation, we'd like to hear from you.