Bromley CCG is committed to maintaining and improving the accessibility of the information it produces/owns. As such if you encounter any difficulties in accessing CCG information or our website, please contact us.
Information owned and produced by Bromley CCG must be as easy to use and understandable. Please note that we cannot guarantee the accessibility of third party websites or content that we may link to.
Accessible Information Standard
NHS England has set out key requirements for all NHS organisations with regards to accessible information within the Accessible Information Standard. Find out what NHS England says about accessibility.
Help with accessing information on our website
We have added digital inclusion software called Browsealoud, to our website – making our content more accessible with reading and translation support.
This service is free for site users.
Click on the Browsealoud image that appears in the top right of your screen (see above) to launch the support toolbar. Then simply click on any text to hear it read out loud.
Browsealoud offers reading and translation support – helping you to access and understand our website better:
Click here to access the BrowseAloud resource centre.
We know from the data that we have received from Browsealoud that the languages our pages are translated into most commonly are:
We will use this information when targeting particular communities with health information.
Printed materials in other formats
We strive to ensure that everyone can access information about the CCG, our latest news and opportunities to get involved. We can provide materials in other languages, easy read and arrange for an interpreter or signer to be available at meetings to support everyone to participate.
If you would like any information available on this website in other languages or formats such as easy read or large print then please contact us at BROCCG.PatientQuery@nhs.net or call 0203 930 0100, and we will do our best to assist you.