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I have two incredibly vulnerable female friends who have been referred to this service after displaying severe anxiety and panic after sustained traumatic experiences - and come off WORSE as a result of their assessments and subsequent treatment. Both were diagnosed as having Boarderline Personality Disorder when neither of them actually display the majority of symptoms, then immediately discharged from the service just having had that bomb dropped on their heads. Either the service is run by idiots or sadists and I'm genuinely unsure as to which would frighten me more. How you can just drop an extremely fragile and frightened woman not once, but twice is completely beyond belief. I feel sorry for all the people discharged by your service who don't have friends to pick them back up after you drop them.

I would like to give a big thank you to Caryn, she was extremely professional, helpful and friendly from the first procedure to the dressing change. Great service, thank you very much Caryn and the rest of the team!

I have been trying to get in contact regarding my son and waiting times. It would be good to know at how long we have to wait before getting an appointment. For my sons interest this needs to speed up. Lack of communication causes anxiety and stress.

Dear Lucy

I'm sorry that you have been unable to contact the Community Paediatric Service.

Alison has called you with the appointment date and one of our administrators will call you should an earlier appointment become available.

Kind regards

Maria Tanner
Service Manager for Specialist Children Services

I am unable to attend my sons 2yr check up tomorrow but unable to contact anyone to let them know and to re-arrange another appointment

Dear Nikki

Thank you for posting your comment to let the health visiting team know that you will not be able to attend the appointment with your son this morning.

As you live in the borough of Bexley, you can contact your local health visiting service, run by Bromley HealthCare, on 0300 303 5777.

You can also view the website for health visiting and school nursing in Bexley at:

Kind regards

Ellen Shelly
Head of Public Health Nursing 0-4 years

I am a carer for my wife, who has been trying to phone Yeoman House to contact her care co-ordinator on numerous times for 2 days but cannot get through to reception. Our care co-ordinator has changed so many times in 6 months and the latest one has not even contacted us. This is so frustrating, especially when we have been told just ring us any time for help. But when you do need help you can't get any.

Please can I have a contact email for the health visiting team serving SE10. I need to get hold of them. Thank you

Hi Ruth

The email address for our central admin team is

kind regards

Tony (Communications Team)

I am currently under cognitive behavioural therapy with CAMHS in Bromley and I am physically appalled by the mistreatment that I have personally encountered. Last June I was referred by my previous therapist and GP to Camhs. I eventually got a therapist with Camhs in February. I had a total of 3 sessions before my therapist, *** fell ill and hasn't returned. It is now July and I have heard nothing since late March. I am severely struggling with my mental illness to the extent where my medication has been increased by a total of 20mg. I was told via phone call that I would hear something 'soon' in regards to having a new therapist in the time *** was unavailable. The lack of communication has left me feeling desperate and alone. I was pushed through to child counselling even though I was 18 because I was considered an 'emergency case'. I am physically and emotionally drained constantly with no outlet. I have been left with nothing and nobody. I have contacted my Local GP as a last resort for this scenario as I feel as though I have been freely abandoned with nothing else to fall back on.

Dear Jordan

We're really concerned to hear this, and are very sorry that you have had this experience with us. We wanted to let you know that we are investigating your situation, and we will be in touch with you today to resolve this as soon as possible.

best wishes

Carrie Sykes
Operational Manager
Bromley CAMHS

Good afternoon,

My son has just turned 13 months old and I haven't received any of the letters or emails with the information to assess his development and progress as it is described in answers above.

I am aware that unfortunately, and unlike other boroughs, greenwich has decided to eliminate the one year review. It seems that the new replacing service is not working as expected as communications are poor. Can you please advise on how to proceed?

Dear Nerea,

I am sorry to hear that you have not yet received the 10-12 month information email or letter.

I will look into this for you, and respond privately.

In the meantime, you are very welcome to bring your son to any of our Health Advice Drop In sessions, to see the nursery nurse or health visitor.

The nearest nursery nurse led drop in sessions for you are:

Quaggy Children's Centre, Orchard Hill SE13 7QZ Tuesday 9.30 - 12.00

Robert Owen Children's Centre, Commerell Street SE10 0EA

If you usually use one of these Children's Centres, please check their timetables, as they do close for 1-2 weeks during the summer holiday.

There is also a health visitor advice drop in at Sherington Children's Centre, Wyndcliff Road SE7 7JP.

This is on Wednesdays 9.30 - 12.00, and the Children's Centre will not be closing during the summer.

Kind regards

Ellen Shelly
Head of Public Health Nursing 0-4 years

My husband and I met with Isabella at discovery centre when our baby boy was just a few weeks old! We had concerns about feeding and he was already diagnosed with tongue tie. Isabella showed different feeding positions which helped our baby to get more milk despite the tongue tie getting in the way. We were basically giving more formular between the feeds but after meeting Isabella we cut down on formular and baby had more breastmilk.
Tongue tie: She contacted kings college tongue tie clinic and booked our son for the procedure, despite waiting for nearly three weeks to be seen at kings, the nurses were great and the procedure successful thanks to Isabella.

Isabella treated us mostly me as my husband only attended twice, with utter most respect. She is very professional and thorough. I personally work in health care sector myself but i have never come across someone so dedicated, doing what she does with passion and she actually knows what she is doing.
She s never ignored me at any time when she is with another mum/family. She also utilizes her time very well.
I can say in a nutshell that Isabella made breast feeding for me most enjoyable. I wish all healthcare professionals can work similarly like her then we will have better NHS!

Really good place to stay and the staff are amazing in every way possible.

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