We work in partnership with other organisations and health care providers to help us achieve our vision of improving the lives of the people and communities we serve.
The Cavendish Square Group is a collaboration of NHS trusts responsible for mental health services across London. It was established to offer a collective voice to the 10 London mental health trusts and the broader mental health community in the capital including service users and clinicians.
South London Mental Health and Community Partnership is a collaboration between the three mental health trusts in south London to enhance patient care via improved ways of working that incorporate clinical leadership and innovation, greater patient and carer involvement and the continued development of a highly skilled and compassionate workforce.
We provide a range of healthcare services, including community health care and specialist mental health services to those who serve or have served in the British Armed Forces and their families.
We have also been awarded the Armed Forces Covenant Gold Award in the national Employer Recognition Scheme. The award recognises our ongoing commitment to supporting reservists with their training comitments and promoting involvement and career opportunities with the veteran community.
At Queen Mary’s Hospital in Sidcup, we provide over 50 services that care for you and your family 365 days a year. We took control of the site in 2013 and following a three-year, £30m investment programme, the new, and much improved hospital re-opened in 2017. We continue to manage the site which is now home to many local health providers including Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, King’s College Hospital, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust and Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust.
Health and social care services are working together with the voluntary sector to provide more joined up, proactive and personalised care for Bromley residents. The name of this integrated partnership is One Bromley.
One Bromley brings together local NHS health providers such as Oxleas, with the council, commissioners and the voluntary sector to more formally work together to deliver better care for all.
The highest quality care without compromise.
We offer some of our healthcare services to private patients.
All profits from the provision of our private patient services are used to support the delivery of NHS clinical care for the benefit of all patients.
You can currently book private healthcare appointments with our physiotherapists and podiatrists, who are experts in conditions affecting mobility, function and wellbeing.
We treat conditions known as musculoskeletal (MSK) which affect your muscles, joints and sometimes nerves.
Our specialists aim to provide you with the highest quality of care without compromise, through full assessment, treatment and rehabilitation from our Manor Brook Medical Centre, First Floor, 117 Brook Lane, SE3 0EN.