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 growing population of over 330,900 from Beckenham to Biggin Hill.
Visit our 'Getting Involved' section to find out how patients have shaped services in Bromley, and how you can get involved, too!
Covid-19 has caused changes to the way you access healthcare over the last few month. It will continue to have an impact and we will not return to normal this year. We are keen to know what your experience of using our services has been like over the last few months. What you tell us, will help us plan better for the future. To share your views, please complete this short survey: https:/www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/Bromley_Patient_Survey
Information on which pharmacies are open in south east London on Bank Holiday Monday (25 May) is available here.
Fewer patients have been consulting their doctor or nurse for their usual health issues or new physical or mental health problems during this pandemic and this is concerning doctors as there may be people out there who need medical advice and whose conditions may worsen if they don’t get it
The Trinity Medical Centre in Penge will close on 30 June 2020. The decision to close was ratified by the CCG's Primary Care Commissioning Committee on Thursday 26 March 2020