- Publications for Bromley
The Director of Public Health is required to produce an annual report that looks at the health of the population in their local area. In Bromley, the Annual Public Health Report explores a different theme each year. This in-depth look allows us to identify our key priorities in this area, through which the greatest improvements in health can be made.
Download the annual APHRs.
The Bromley Adult Care & Support Directory has been produced by Bromley Council to provide valuable information to help you make informed choices about your life. It provides information for people who are paying for support or care services themselves as well as those who are receiving funding and support from the Council or from health services.
Download the Bromley Adult Care & Support Directory.
The Local Account outlines how Bromley is supporting an improved quality of life for people with social care needs.
Download the annual Bromley Local Accounts.
Key documents, guidance & procedures for the Bromley Safeguarding Adults Board. You can also find a number of referral forms to key services.
Find out more.
Bromley’s Health and Wellbeing Board’s three year Bromley Health and Wellbeing Strategy outlines the top priorities for improving health and wellbeing of people living in the Borough.
Download the Health and Wellbeing Strategy [PDF, 1.07 MB].
Health needs assessment is a systematic method for reviewing the health issues facing a population, leading to agreed priorities and resource allocation that will improve health and reduce inequalities.
Find out more.
There are numerous Health Profiles that are available that are designed to help improve availability and accessibility for health and health-related information in Bromley. These profiles give a snapshot overview of health for all of Bromley.
Find out more.
A Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) is an ongoing process by which local authorities, clinical commissioning groups and other public sector partners jointly describe the current and future health and wellbeing needs of its local population and identify priorities for action. It is 'owned' by the Bromley Health and Wellbeing Board.
Download the annual JSNA.
The London Borough of Bromley’s first Market Position Statement (MPS) for adult care and support services. This document is aimed at existing and potential providers of local care and support services. It represents the start of an ongoing dialogue between the Council and community providers on how best to deliver a robust, diverse and sustainable local care market.
Download the Market Position Statement (PDF, 3.3MB)
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