Health and wellbeing

Better health in Bromley - Dry January

Try the Dry January challenge this year to go alcohol-free for 31-days and reset your relationship with alcohol.

Dry January isn’t about stopping drinking forever, but it’s about more than just January – have a healthier relationship with alcohol all year-round. Take the challenge to reset your relationship with alcohol and feel the benefits of better sleep, healthier weight, and saving money!

Try the challenge with a friend or colleague, and if you or someone you know needs further support contact our local support services for adults and young people.

Better health in Bromley - Every Mind Matters

Most families have experienced upheaval in their daily lives during the pandemic and may require support or advice on how to deal with stress, anxiety, and loneliness. If you need support for your own mental health, or have concerns about someone else’s emotional wellbeing, advice developed in partnership with leading mental health charities is available on the Every Mind Matters website. For mental wellbeing support locally visit Bromley Well.


Bromley Covid-19 outbreak control plan 

Bromley Council’s public health team, in common with all councils countrywide, has been asked by government to use its knowledge and expertise to put together a Covid-19 local outbreak control plan. This builds on our experience in infectious disease control and our knowledge and understanding of the borough.

The public health team has worked with partners and other organisations locally to devise this plan as a live document that will be regularly updated to reflect emerging local trends and to outline any actions that may be required to contain an outbreak and mitigate the spread of the virus. Standard operating procedures and action plans underpin this document, but as these will change daily, they are not included within the document.

NHS Test and Trace

Contact tracing is crucial to the effort to control outbreaks in the borough, so we are supporting NHS Test and Trace. We are also supporting businesses selling food and drink to record who is visiting their restaurants and cafes.

Local health services

Bromley GPs are there for you for all illnesses not just COVID-19. Please do not ignore symptoms or hesitate to seek out support from Bromley’s GPs and local health services if you're feeling unwell. Your physical and mental health is as important now as it ever was - so even if your concerns are not related to COVID-19, it is important to seek medical advice as and when you need to. Contact your GP or local health services online or over the phone.

Find NHS health services

Details of local services - doctors, dentists, opticians, pharmacies, hospitals and clinics in Bromley.

Living healthier is easier to achieve with support.

You can find more advice, tips and tools to help you feel better physically, socially and mentally visit the NHS Live Well page.