Our Clinical Team


Social Prescribing Link Worker

Our Social Prescribers work alongside Primary Care providers and other healthcare professionals to help patients connect with non-medical community services and resources to improve their health and wellbeing. They are employed by the PCN to help patients identify issues affecting their health, such as social isolation or lack of activity, and make referrals to local community resources, such as community groups, sports clubs, or voluntary organisations.

To find out if you can be supported by this service, please ask a receptionist at your GP practice to book you an appointment.

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Services and activities available through Social Prescribing

Social Prescribing can connect you to:

  • Healthy and active lifestyle advice
  • Arts, music and creativity
  • Befriending, counselling and other support groups
  • Housing benefits, and financial support advice
  • Employment, training and volunteering opportunities
  • Education and learning
  • Specialist services and support
  • Gardening projects

How we can support you

Your GP, nurse or healthcare professional can refer you to a link worker.  They will speak to you on the phone or meet face to face to:

  • Discuss your problems
  • Find out what is important to your wellbeing
  • Help you access support, activities, or services and make best use of them
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Community directory to support Health and Wellbeing

Community Link Bromley is the integrated Council for Voluntary Service and Volunteer Centre covering the London Borough of Bromley. They work with a wide range of organisations in the voluntary, community and social enterprise (VCSE) sector.

Explore their directory for local information, activity, and support to improve your health and wellbeing.


Who are Bromley Well?

Bromley Well is a service which helps you improve and maintain your Health and Wellbeing.

Their services are free and confidential, helping those that live in the Borough of Bromley.

Bromley Well services include:

  • Support for unpaid Carers of all ages
  • People with Long Term Health Conditions
  • Adults with Learning Difficulties
  • Adults with Physical Difficulties
  • Help to find volunteering, training and paid employment
  • Supporting your Wellbeing
  • And more!

More detail about resources can be found here

Bromley Healthcare

Explore other services available across Bromley

Visit the Bromley Healthcare website