Join us in Milton Keynes for the 2022 Leadership Forum


HEFMA’s 2022 Leadership Forum is now open for bookings. The event will be held at the DoubleTree by Hilton Milton Keynes hotel and conference venue within Stadium MK - the home of MK Dons FC and the 2015 Rugby World Cup - on May 11 - 13, 2022. This is a key event for NHS estates and facilities professionals across the UK and the registration process is now live, online, via this website.

Following a gruelling two years for the NHS, HEFMA’s 2022 Leadership Forum will focus on looking to the future, with a programme that will drill into, and provide expert commentary around highly topical issues for estates and facilities teams working within the NHS.

These will include, but are not limited to:

• New Hospital Building Programme & Net Zero NHS Targets: Getting the Balance Right

• Leadership & Wellbeing: Post-Pandemic Recovery, Mental Health & Staff Motivation

• Developing the Workforce: A Strategic Approach to Training, Recruitment & Workforce Sustainability

• Facilities Focus: New National Standards & Lessons Learned.

More detail about the programme, including confirmed speakers, will be announced in due course. 

As is customary, an exhibition will run in conjunction with the Forum, featuring more than 40 of the UK’s leading healthcare suppliers taking this opportunity to showcase their latest products and other innovations for the sector.

The event will also include the Gala Dinner, on the evening of Thursday, May 12, at which the winners of HEFMA’s 2022 awards will be announced.

After a two-year absence, we do hope to be able to welcome as many members as possible to Milton Keynes in May for what will be a fantastic event, with much-missed networking opportunities and the opportunity to share learning and experiences, alongside our informative programme of presentations. 

Book your place today.

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