Bromley GP Alliance has opened a Respiratory Hub in the Beckenham Clinic as of 1st December 2020. The new Hub has been set up to accommodate the high number of patients in need of respiratory care during the winter months.
There are free nasal sprays available for children to help protect them from flu. Flu can be very distressing for young children and they can easily pass it on to those around them –
Bromley GP Alliance have collaborated with other health and social services as part of One Bromley to develop a comprehensive Covid-19 recovery plan.
The NHS is working hard to make sure that when you come in for your appointment or treatment, everything is done to protect you from the Covid-19 virus – from new social distancing measures and our staff wearing the right personal protective equipment through to enhanced cleaning measures.
On 9 October, the Bromley GP Alliance and Bromleag Care Practice office staff wore yellow to support the #HelloYellow campaign run by Young Minds.
In its devotion to helping people improve and maintain their health and wellbeing, the Bromley Well phone line 0300 330 9039 is now open Monday –
To keep patients and staff safe it is best to speak to a clinician before attending your practice, it may be that you can be treated effectively without seeing a health professional,
As part of ongoing work to restart services safely, the walk-in phlebotomy (blood taking) service that is run by King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust at Beckenham Beacon and Orpington Hospital will move to a booked appointments service.
Our Phlebotomy Drive-thru clinic closed today, 31st July 2020.
In the response to the COVID-19 pandemic and government advice for vulnerable patients to be shielding at home,
Covid-19 has caused changes to the way you access healthcare over the last few months. It will continue to have an impact and we will not return to normal this year.