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Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) walk-in blood test clinic - closing - with effect from 28th September 2018. For up to date locations for walk-in blood tests and also pre-bookable blood tests - please click here Community Phlebotomy services in Bromley 

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Lipreading Part 1        Course at Bromley Adult Education College, Poverest Centre

Bromley Well - supporting health, wellbeing and independence

Please ask us about Electronic Repeat Dispensing (please click here to find out more)

Connecting Bromley please click here

Sexual Health Bromley

Contraception and Reproductive Health Service, Walk in Clinics

Click here for more information

The Bromley Children Project

Information, Advice & Support Service

Help Beat Dementia

Sign up today by clicking here

Living on

Bereavement service supporting children and their families

Please click here

The National Diabetes Audit

Please click here to see what this means to you  

The UK Sepsis Trust

What every parent needs to know about sepsis

Bromley Well Young Carers

Are you a young carer aged between 4 to 19 years old?

Look here for opportunities to meet with other young carers and have fun


Statement of Intent for The Bromley Common Practice

Please read the above statement by clicking on the link with regards to patient records.

Electronic Prescription Service saves NHS £130 million over three years

By allowing GP surgeries to send prescriptions directly to pharmacies, the EPS system, which has been developed by NHS Digital, has helped to save patients time and money when collecting their medications.  Please ask at reception about having your prescription sent directly to the pharmacy of your choice

Thank you for using The Bromley GP Alliance evening and weekend appointments at our surgery.. If you wish to cancel your GP hub appointment here or at any other surgery, please call and leave a message on:

Tel: 01689 871933 or alternatively email

Further details can be found by clicking here


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