Final registration date for Healthcare buildings forum 2021

We are delighted to be holding our first live forum for over 18 months - the healthcare buildings forum with a record number of NHS trusts currently confirmed, inc Cardiff & Vale; Community 1st Cornwall; Univ Hospital Plymouth; NHS England; Countess of Chester; Humber Teaching Hospital; Barts.

The event will be held on 8-9 July at Heythrop Park, Oxfordshire.

With only 4 weeks left to book, do not miss the opportunity to attend and network with these delegates; meet with suppliers and get back to live business with fellow healthcare professionals; whilst learning from leading experts in the healthcare sector in our seminar programme.

Speakers confirmed include: 

With gala dinner, drinks receptions and even the opportunity to join us for golf afternoon, there has never been better opportunity to get back to business away from your laptops and meet in person.


Contact us today to confirm your place. Deadline for registrations: 14 June.


To register your interest in attending  or  email  0208 288 1080


For supplier packages please contact 

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