Clubs and Groups
Click on the links below to find out more about the clubs and groups we support.
We are currently able to support 7 different areas and are doing this in partnership with a range of specialist charities with the support of local volunteers.
Attendance at the clubs and groups is free with the exception of the Staying Loud (Parkinson’s) group for which there is a small charge. Because of the specialist nature of some of the groups, you might need to be referred by your local GP.
Dr. Cath Jenson, Bromley Healthcare’s Medical Director and a GP at the Links Medical Practice commented:
“In general one can’t stress enough the importance of physical exercise in terms of a healthy lifestyle. I am therefore happy to recommend to many of my patients the value of considering the walks on offer.”
The clubs and groups available are listed below. Click on the title for more information about that particular group.
Gives expectant mothers and mothers with new babies breast-feeding support, in a coffee club environment, run by the National Childbirth Trust.
A social group to support people recovering from a stroke in a social environment with specialist therapy input. Run by a Volunteer Support Group and affiliated to the national Stroke Association.
Supports people who are recovering from leg wounds in a social setting with clinical support, run by Bromley Healthcare and The Lindsay Leg Club Foundation.
Walking for Health
Regular daily walks which are led by local volunteers with support from The Ramblers Association and Macmillan Cancer Support.
Pastoral, Spiritual and Religious Care
Provides spiritual and religious care to all patients, relatives and carers, at Bromley Healthcare’s rehabilitation unit (Rehabilitation @ Foxbury) at Queen Mary’s Hospital, run by King’s College Hospital Chaplaincy Team.
Sickle Cell Support Group
Provides support for parents/carers with infants, toddlers and young people in a social setting with clinical support from Bromley Healthcare.
Staying Loud Group
A social group to improve and sustain vocal loudness, confidence and communication for people with Parkinson’s disease. Run by Bromley Healthcare and Parkinson’s UK.