Date: 23 June 2017
NHS Bromley CCG is developing a business case for a new Health and Wellbeing Centre based in central Bromley. This follows a successful bid for funding from the NHS Executive’s Estates and Technology Transformation Fund. The next key stage of the programme is to consider various site options for the new centre and Bromley patients are being involved in those discussions. Options will be thoroughly evaluated before any final decisions are made. A multi-agency project board, chaired by Mark Cheung the CCG’s Chief Financial Officer has been established to steer the project through the business planning process and to completion.
The centre will play a major role in providing co-ordinated care for patients through a range of community based services and improved GP practice facilities. It will enable the CCG to continue to deliver proactive and joined up care through its integrated care network model. If all goes to plan the new centre should open in 2020.
Mark Cheung, Chief Financial Officer said, “Although it is still in the early planning stages, we are very excited by the opportunity to develop plans for a new health and wellbeing centre in the centre of Bromley. This will join other centres such as the Beckenham Beacon and Orpington Health and Wellbeing Centre in helping us address the particular health needs of the populations living in those areas. The centre of Bromley has a large and growing proportion of young families and children and is projected to grow further from the planned residential and commercial developments in that part of Bromley”.
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NHS Bromley CCG is developing a business case for a new Health and Wellbeing Centre based in central Bromley.