NHS Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), works on behalf of our residents to plan and purchase, or commission, NHS services and improve the health of people in Bromley.
We are led by local NHS doctors and cover a population of over 320,057 from Beckenham to Biggin Hill. We look after a growing population with increasing numbers of young children and older people and greater life expectancy.
We know that waiting times for blood taking in Bromley could be better. Although the number of GP practices offering blood taking has more than doubled since 2011 and there are walk-in blood taking clinics available, there are still improvements to be made.
More detail on ideas for improving health services in south east London has been released, and the public are being invited to give their views.
Information on the South East London Primary Care Joint Committee meeting.
We would be delighted if you could join us at our annual general meeting (AGM) and market place event on Monday 21 September 2015 from 5pm to 7pm at the Bromley Central Library (High St, Bromley, Kent BR1 1EX).
We would like enthusiastic local people to join our patient advisory group and get involved by giving their patient feedback to make a real difference to Bromley NHS services.
Bromley CCG is a membership organisation made up of local GPs. Members set its direction and delegate responsibility to the governing body to ensure it is delivered through effective leadership, management and accountability.
You can attend Bromley CCG governing body meetings. Every two months NHS Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group has a public meeting where people can attend as observers. Anyone can come, there is no need to book.
Bromley CCG strives to get the best and most effective health services for people in Bromley. You can help by ensuring you and your family are living a healthy lifestyle. Even the simplest of changes can help to achieve this.