Bromley Mental Health Liaison Team Bromley

We are a team of experienced mental health professionals who provide assessment, advice and information to people with mental health problems, receiving medical treatment via A&E or other wards at the Princess Royal University Hospital.

We are the link between the general hospital and mental health services.

We aim to:

  • Talk to you about any mental health problems you may have and discuss with you what support and treatment (if any) you might need
  • Refer you to appropriate mental health services if required - this may include intensive home-based treatment or admission to a mental health unit if there are serious risks to yourself or others
  • Liaise with your GP and/or other services involved in your care, including your community mental health team if you have one
  • Provide information about other services that might be helpful to you (eg drug and alcohol services, MIND, Citizens Advice Bureau, Samaritans) provide advice and information regarding mental health and wellbeing to you and your relative or carer.

Categories

  • Mental health services: Older people
  • Mental health services: Working age adults

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Princess Royal University Hospital

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How to find us:

Buses:
61, 336, 353, 402, R2, R3 and R4

Trains:
The nearest train station is Bromley South. Buses 61, 261 or 358 go to the hospital. From Orpington station you can catch bus 61 or 358.

Parking:
There is a pay and display car park on the hospital site.

Accessibility:
The hospital is easily accessible for people with mobility problems.

Address:

Farnborough Common
Orpington
Kent  

BR6 8ND

Public phone number:

You can contact the Mental Health Liaison Team by calling our administration staff on 01689 880000 from 9am to 5pm Monday to Friday.

If you need immediate help due to mental health or medical problems then please consider using your GP or if you currently use mental health services, your care coordinator. 

If it is a medical emergency and out of normal working hours then please contact EmDoc (emergency doctor) via your GP's phone number who will advise further.

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