Freedom of information

Your rights to request information

Freedom of information requests about Bromley NHS services

The Freedom of Information Act (FOI) 2000 gives members of the public a right to request access to public sector information held by public authorities, promoting a culture of openness and accountability.

Under the FOI Act 2000, we at Bromley Clinical Commissioning Group publish information in accordance with the model publication scheme under the guidance of the Information Commissioner’s Office.

How to make a freedom of information request to Bromley CCG

If you want to make a request for information held by Bromley CCG please send a freedom of information request in writing by post or email to the freedom of information office. Your requests must include:

  • your name
  • your address or email address
  • Description of the information being requested, with enough detail to enable us to identify what is required.

Email your freedom of information request about NHS Bromley CCG services to

Alternatively you can send your FOI request by post, please address it to:

Freedom of information team

C/O NHS North and East London Commissioning Support Unit

1 Lower Marsh



Requests are processed promptly, so within days you will receive an acknowledgement by email and then a full response within twenty working days.

FOI review process

If you feel your FOI request has not been dealt with satisfactorily the first time, you should ask for a freedom of information internal review. You can do this by contacting the FOI manager on the details above, stating the nature of your request and the details of your complaint.

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