The format and content of the children and young people's section of the website has been jointly developed with parent members from our patient advisory group and Bromley Parent Voice. Parents wanted clear and concise information about services available for their children or themselves and to be signposted to the right services and websites for any other additional information.
What is the Bromley Health Local Offer?
Bromley Health Local Offer means universal and additional health services offered locally for children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities. Universal services include finding your nearest GP or your nearest dentist. Additional Health services are those you may need extra support for your child's health.
The purpose of the Bromley Health Local Offer is to help parents and carers, and young people themselves see more clearly what services are available in the local area and how to access them. The Bromley Health Local Offer provides information on support and services for children from birth up to the age of 25. The site also provides information on other services and support available by linking to the Bromley My Life Portal and voluntary and community sector organisations.
For some children with very complex medical or health needs, specialist treatment, medication or therapy may be provided locally. These are referred to as ‘specialist services’ and are included in the local health offer.
Full list of community health services (adults and children)
Please click here for a full list of all community health services, including children and young people services in Bromley. When you click on the page, scroll down to the end where you can access services in more detail.
Find out more about the Bromley Health Local Offer by clicking on the areas in the menu on the left.
If you are a healthcare provider who wishes to inform us of any changes to service information, please click here.