Leading Scotland’s healthcare estate out of COVID-19

Topics to be discussed at this year’s healthcare buildings forum Scotland include; A focus on children’s mental health services, The launch of Frameworks Scotland 3 & Zero carbon health service in Scotland.

Attendees will include NHS Trusts, Hub representatives, private healthcare providers, architects, contractors and suppliers all working on current healthcare projects and looking to do business together.

Date: 27th & 28th April

Location: Dalmahoy Hotel, Edinburgh

Registration: https://bit.ly/3n3LokF

To register interest in attending or have any further questions, please contact, [email protected] 0208 288 1080 

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