Working together to improve health and care in Bromley
Health and social care services are working together with the voluntary sector to provide more joined up and improved care for people who live in Bromley.
The name of this joined up care partnership is One Bromley.
One Bromley brings together local health providers such as King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, Bromley Healthcare, Bromley GP Alliance, St Christopher’s, Bromley Council, Bromley CCG and Bromley Third Sector Enterprise (representing the voluntary sector) to more formally join forces and deliver seamless, personalised and joined up care for individuals. It is about improving outcomes, independence and quality of life for the people of Bromley.
Working together in a more joined up way enables us to absolutely focus on meeting the needs of patients, rather than patients having move from one part of the health and care system to another to get everything they need.
Why do this?
By working in this way we aim to:
The NHS Long Term Plan, published in January 2019, sets out an ambition for services to be working closely together to provide joined up care for patients. Bromley is already making great progress in this area and the benefits are being felt by many people.
Below, you can watch a video about 'Integrated care in every community'
The One Bromley newsletter (May 2019) has been published.
Inside this issue: