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New Year, New HEFMA: The Official Relaunch


A new year and new beginnings! As we wave goodbye to 2016, this year welcomes a bright new look for HEFMA through the redesigned logo, website and official publication.

The re-brand provides HEFMA with a fresh new look. Bold and modern, it prepares the association for an exciting future. The NHS is rapidly changing and HEFMA is at the heart of that change. Here's a summary of our transformation...

Uniquely, HEFMA’s membership represents all elements of the Estates and Facilities Management (EFM) profession within healthcare. EFM is what we do, therefore we chose to emphasise these three letters within the revised logo to reflect the full extent of our activities. With this in mind, we now also write all of the initials of our organisation in capitals, instead of HefmA - as we have written it in previous years. Our new modern branding also reflects the fact that HEFMA is a dynamic association dedicated to driving change in modern healthcare delivery.

Our refined website features the new logo and brighter branding, creating a much more user-friendly experience for our members.
Members are still able to access key information including our events updates, news section, training and meeting notices, and our official magazine, Pulse.

The website also hosts several fantastic promotional opportunities including; banner and button adverts which are linked directly to your website or email address. With our website being an essential resource for members, this is the perfect chance to increase engagement with your brand.

Pulse has also undergone a huge transformation including a stunning change to the logo!
The logo is just the beginning of the whole new look to the magazine, the new premium paper stock provides a completely different feel and experience for the reader.

However, the makeover is far from purely cosmetic.The publication is complete with brand new features, the most up to date editorial, and coverage on the industry's latest news and innovations to really hold the reader's interest from cover to cover.

The new issue of Pulse will be available to read in print and digital format on Monday 6th February.


I urge you to get more involved in our official association magazine. It is the tool for regular communication with our membership and is held in high regard by our members who are looking for ideas, innovation and services to enable them to meet the demands of the provision they face.

So please get involved with our Editor, Amanda Roberts via [email protected] 

Do support us through advertising too - Louise Fuller is best placed to find the right option for you. You can get in touch with her on 01474 520240 or through [email protected]