Join us at the 2022 HEFMA Leadership Forum

The HEFMA Leadership Forum will be held at Stadium MK in Milton Keynes on May 11 -13, 2022.

The HEFMA Leadership Forum is the industry’s key event for NHS estates and facilities professionals across the UK as it provides some outstanding development opportunities and updates on the latest services and product innovations from leading exhibitors. It is also an ideal event to meet and network with sector peers and to listen to high profile speakers addressing topical issues we are all facing within the NHS.

Running in conjunction with the Forum is our dedicated exhibition hosting over 40 of the UK’s leading healthcare suppliers who will be showcasing the latest products and innovation available to you.

There are a range of residential and non-residential packages available for the event starting from as little as £110. The venue for the 2022 HEFMA Leadership Forum is the unique Stadium MK, DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes hotel and conference venue is built into Stadium MK, home of MK Dons FC and the 2015 Rugby World Cup. This central location has convenient transport links for rail, air and road, with free parking onsite. Attending the forum couldn’t be easier!

**For more information and to book your place, please visit www.hefmaforum.co.uk


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