Bloomsbury Patient Network


Personal support from the patient reps

We offer a five day a week drop-in and appointment service to help you live a positive life. Great advice, support and knowledge is offered in a friendly and confidential atmosphere.

Personal advice, support and information from our male and female patient reps

The Bloomsbury Patient Network is a fantastic way in which you can get involved. The Network holds regular workshops, forums, social events and focus groups throughout the year and also has its very own choir! There are also six Newly Diagnosed Courses, four brand new Hep C co-infection workshops, monthly Women’s Lunch clubs, cultural events and much more.

Everyone is welcome to join our network… we are a fun and friendly group consisting of all ages, sexualities, races and cultural backgrounds.

What better way to get involved than to meet others, learn, discuss, socialise and participate? …and occasionally we take you out for lunch too!

The Bloomsbury Patient Representatives are an important part of the team and work closely with health advisers, consultants, psychologists and nurses to ensure you are getting the best possible support.

Many patients have never met another person who is living with HIV. The patient reps are here so you can talk to someone who understands what it is like to live with HIV. They can offer a compassionate ear and share up to-date information with you and offer you the guidance and support that you need.

If a patient only sees a clinician they only get half the story.

Dr. Simon Edwards

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Richard, London

Thank you for sharing your time, knowledge and experience and courage with us!

Mohammed, Westminster

Thanks for giving me back my life and thanks for giving me hope. From now on I will be seeing my life differently. Thanks for everything over the last three weeks it has been a great course.

Ola, 43, Bow

May I take this opportunity to thank you for your time, support and more importantly faith that we can embrace our HIV status with a degree of confidence and pride

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