The Continence Advisory Service provides advice, support and management of bladder and bowel dysfunctions, including urinary stress, overflow and urgency problems, constipation and diarrhoea. Continence equipment and/or products can be provided by the service to those who need them.
If you are experiencing continence problems, the service will invite you to attend a continence advisory clinic, which are held in locations across the borough. If you are housebound and unable to get to a clinic, we will usually arrange for you to be assessed by a district nurse, who will contact the service for advice.
To be able to access the service, you will need to be registered with a GP in Bexley or Greenwich and/or live in the borough. Referrals are taken from health and social care professionals. You can also self refer to the service (call the Central Access Team on 020 8320 3550).
Erith Health Centre
50 Pier Road
Day/time: Monday morning 9.30 -12.30
Queen Marys Hospital
Day/time: Thursday afternoon 13:00 -16:00
Kidbrooke Village Clinic
7 Elford Close
London SE3 9FA
Day/time: Tuesday morning 09:30 -12:30
Eltham Community Hospital
30 Passey Place
London SE9 5DQ
Day/time: Alternate weeks: wk 1 Wednesday Morning 9:30 -12:30, wk 2 Wednesday Afternoon 14:00 -16:30
Market Street Health Centre
16-20 Market Street
London SE18 6QR
Day/time: Thursday morning 9:45 -12:30
Manor Brook Medical Centre
117 Brook Lane
London SE3 0EN
Day/time: Friday afternoon 13:00 -16:00
How to find us:
Trains: Bexleyheath Station is the closest, about 3 miles away. B11 goes from this station.
Public phone number:
Call our Central Access Team on 020 8320 3550, Monday to Friday (8am to 6pm)