Annual Conference and Exhibition

6-7 October 2020, Manchester Central

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why attend annual conference?

The annual conference and exhibition is a unique experience where over 700 ambitious health professionals can learn, discover, celebrate and shape the future together with two days of unrivalled health content and networking.

Join us at our flagship annual conference to drive progress and transformation in health with top speakers from inside and outside the sector. Gain inside knowledge of government thinking to help you and your board future proof your business. 

Save £50 when you book by 24 April

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Day 1 annual conference and exhibition 2019

What previous delegates thought

“A good opportunity to hear from key players who are shaping health and social care and provided a chance for networking with other trusts.”
Chief Executive, Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

“I have been to many conferences over the years and this is amongst the best I have been to. Great event.”
Chair, Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

I really enjoyed the event and meeting a wide range of colleagues from across the NHS – it was great for networking and also for showcasing excellence in our work.

Head of workforce planning and recruitment, Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

The conference gave good quality time to network and to think as well as learn from others.
Chief Operating Officer, Dorset County Hospital

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conference theme

Stay tuned for more annoucements on this year's strand themes by following us on Twitter @NHSProviders or #NHSP20



Our dynamic programme will explore the keys issues that matter to you - giving you the opportunity to debate, discuss and share ideas with expert speakers from within the healthcare sector and beyond. Follow #NHSP19 to tap into the insights and highlights from last year's event.



Exhibition satellite sessions

The exhibition is a presentation of companies that offer services, solutions, technology platforms and create environments that will transform your business culture and employee wellbeing. The satellite sessions in the exhibition are designed to help you interact, discuss and work towards solutions to a particular problem.

To find out more about holding an exhibition session at our annual conference or to see our full list of supporter opportunities download the supporter opportunities brochureemail Roberta Henry or call 020 7227 1164.

2019 Event partners


Stand number: 14

Using an evidence-based approach, Newton build a detailed picture of what’s happening in an organisation, then work alongside frontline teams to design and implement lasting change – delivering better finances and improved outcomes. They believe so strongly in this approach, they guarantee 100% of their fee against delivering sustainable results.

2 Kingston Business Park, Kingston Bagpuize, Abingdon OX13 5FE
01865 601300


Stand number: 10

Hempsons are leading health and social care lawyers. They are a full-service law firm for the NHS and advise on a range of strategic and operational issues. Currently Hempsons are working with clients on integrated care, collaborations, sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs), service reconfigurations, workforce planning and estates and infrastructure project.

Adrian Parker, Hempsons
The Exchange, Station Parade, Harrogate HG1 1DY
01423 724029

Media partner


Health Service Journal (HSJ) part of Wilmington Healthcare, provides a deep understanding of the NHS through a wide range of services and solutions – news, analysis, insight, data, live networking events and a unique best practice database – aimed at professionals in the UK healthcare industry.

Twitter: @HSJnews

2019 Exhibitors


Stand 27

AdviseInc helps healthcare #MakeSense of spend data. We were founded on the core belief that we can help NHS provider trusts get greater value from the money they spend. Our approach is simple, even when the data and issues are complex. And we believe that having access to easy-to-use spend analytics and benchmarking is fundamental to delivering an effective and efficient healthcare system.


Mat Oram, AdviseInc
20-22 Wenlock Road, London, N1 7GU
020 7112 9222

Allocate Software

Stand 18

Allocate is privileged to be attending the NHS Providers’ flagship conference. Our innovative workforce management technology supports organisations’ needs today and tomorrow. Engaging your healthcare professionals to ensure you have the right people, at the right place at the right time – deployed fairly and safely, and in the most efficient way. Meet us on stand 18, visit or call us on 020 7355 5555 to find out more about how we are using technology to support flexibility, choice and organisational sustainability.


Jo Hingley, Allocate Software
1 Church Rd, Richmond TW9 2QE
020 7355 5555

Assura Properties

Stand 26

Assura is a real estate investment trust and long-term property partner to more than 540 primary care buildings across the country, in which more than 500 GP practices operate and from which more than five million patients are served.

Adam Lowe, Assura Properties
The Brew House, Greenalls Avenue, Warrington WA4 6HL
01925 420698

Bevan Brittan

Stand 4

Bevan Brittan has an extremely strong public sector health team, but also to complement and reflect the market’s integration aims, has strong local authority, housing and independent sector health teams. It is one of only three law firms to be ranked in tier 1 for healthcare in both the chambers and legal 500 directories.  We advise around 60% of NHS providers around a third of commissioners, over 140 independent health sector clients, every local authority and nearly 100 housing clients.


James Atkins, Bevan Brittan
Fleet Place House, 2 Fleet Place, London EC4M 7RF
0370 1941000
@ BevanBrittanLLP

Board Intelligence

Stand 24

Boards need high-quality information to take smart decisions, driving better outcomes for shareholders, employees and society. With Board Intelligence you can create effective board packs that power high-impact conversations and let your board work at their best. Over 14,000 executives and non-executives rely on us across companies large and small, public and private, commercial and not-for-profit.

Roland Stewart, Board Intelligence
24 Cornhill, London EC3V 3ND
020 7192 8200

British Red Cross

Stand 9

British Red Cross provide innovative solutions that can improve patient flow by preventing unnecessary hospital admissions, re-admissions and delayed transfers of care. In 2018, working across 100 UK hospitals we supported 116,400 people to live independently, using person centred services to build resilience and confidence.

Colin Brown, UK Director,
Independent Living and Crisis Response,
British Red Cross
44 Moorfields, London EC2Y 9AL
07595 411 529


Stand 11

Providing peace of mind in healthcare is vital. From technological advancements, digitization and complex regulations, BSI can help organizations adapt and embrace these changes. For over a century we’ve been challenging mediocrity and complacency to help embed excellence into the way people and products work. That means showing organizations how to improve performance, reduce risk and achieve sustainable growth. We can help any company in the healthcare supply chain achieve safety and sustainability goals while simultaneously protecting patients and people.


BSI Group, Kitemark Court, Davy Avenue, Knowlhill, Milton Keynes MK5 8PP
0345 080 9000

Defence Medical Services

Stand 28

The Defence Medical Services (Navy, Army and RAF) provide medical care to sick and injured military personnel and others in a range of uniquely challenging operational and training environments worldwide.  Reservists have access to a wide range of funded military and clinical training which benefits both them and their employer.


Lt Col P A Eslea MacDonald, Defence Medical Services
SO1 FR20, Joint Medical Group, Building 105, Forthside, Stirling, FK7 7RR
030 6770 8163


Stand 30

The NHS is facing unprecedented challenges in the face of greater demand, workforce shortages and financial pressures. At Deloitte, we are passionate about innovation and see real potential for emerging technologies to support NHS organisations to meet these challenges. Working alongside a variety of healthcare organisations, we have combined our deep industry knowledge and technical expertise to develop affordable, user-friendly solutions across the patient pathway that address some of the greatest service delivery challenges facing health care systems today.


Sara Siegel, Deloitte
1 New Street Square, London EC4A 3HQ

Stand 37

Doc2uk is an innovative digital platform that makes NHS recruitment of overseas doctors safe, streamlined and cost-effective. We are a team of NHS doctors who are part of NHS England's Clinical Entrepreneur Fellowship Programme. We source high-quality doctors form overseas and introduce them to different Hospitals who are relying heavily on locum staffing. Having made the same journey as the candidates (doctors), we connect to them at a personal level and support them with the integration into the new environment.

Dr Naveen Keerthi ,
22 Camborne Road, Edgware, London HA8 8FD
07939 401539



Stand 31

Pan-Safe is a must have fire safety product for the home. The sachet, weighing just 203g fully extinguishes pan fires within seconds. Pan-Safe is like a fire blanket in a sachet! Spray-Safe is a small, lightweight and portable fire extinguisher for the home or small working environments. Spray-Safe can tackle small fires including electrical, flammable liquids, paper, wood and cooking oils. All Firescape products are environmentally friendly and non-hazardous.

Kelly Francis,
Firescape UK/EA-RS Engineering
4 Swanbridge Industrial Park,
Black Croft Road, Witham, Essex CM8 3YN
07934 299 470

Foodmarble Digestive Health Ltd

Stand 40

FoodMarble have developed a breath analysis device and connected app to help patients identify which foods they are able to digest most effectively. With a particular focus on hard-to-treat functional gastrointestinal disorders such as IBS and SIBO, this independently validated device can be used to enable dietary personalisation. A clinical dashboard is available to the gastroenterologist, dietitian or GP to assist the patient in the long-term management of their symptoms from the home, saving clinician time and overall healthcare utilisation.

Niall Moloney, FoodMarble Digestive Health Ltd

27 Mount Street Upper, Dublin 2 D02F890


Fresenius Medical Care

Stand 20

Fresenius Medical Care is the world’s leading company in the field of dialysis, combining expertise in the development and production of technologically-advanced products with comprehensive care for patients. We offer products and services to improve therapy outcomes, in line with the specific needs of the individual patient and therapy approach. We are also market leaders in the provision of partnership dialysis unit programmes with nearly 60 clinics in the UK.


Marie Beaumont, Fresenius Medical Care (UK) Ltd
Nunn Brook Road, Huthwaite, Nottinghamshire NG17 2HU
01623 445100

Guardian Jobs

Stand 16

Guardian Jobs works with some of the biggest names in healthcare. From world leading healthcare organisations, NHS trusts, to local practices, they understand the needs of the health sector. Visit their stand to find out how they can tell your story. 

George Huitson, The Guardian
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9GU
Tel: 020 3353 2085

Health Education England

Stand 25

Health Education England (HEE) exists for one reason only: to support the delivery of excellent healthcare and health improvement to the patients and public of England by ensuring that the workforce of today and tomorrow has the right numbers, skills, values and behaviours, at the right time and in the right place.

Health Education England
1st floor, Blenheim House, Duncombe Street, Leeds, LS1 4PL


Stand 10

Hempsons, a specialist healthcare law firm across the public, private and third sectors, works for a vast range of NHS organisations advising on a range of strategic and operational issues. Currently we are working with clients on integrated care, collaborations, STPs, service reconfigurations, workforce planning and estates and infrastructure projects.  Hempsons is running sessions on ‘Kark and beyond – the challenges of being an NHS Director’ and ‘Unlocking the value of NHS data’.


Crispin Pettifer, Hempsons
The Exchange, Station Parade, Harrogate HG1 1DY
01423 522331


Stand 23

HSJ provides a deep understanding of the NHS through a wide range of services and solutions – news, analysis, insight, data, live networking events and a unique best practice database – aimed at professionals in the UK healthcare industry. HSJ employs the largest team of expert healthcare analysts and journalists in the UK, who provide unparalleled news and analysis on national policy decisions and deliver the most up-to-date information on developments within the NHS.


Stephanie Gaynor, Health Service Journal 
10 Whitechapel High Street, London E1 8QS
020 7608 9008

Hunter Healthcare Resourcing Limited

Stand 17

Hunter Healthcare provide executive and management talent to the healthcare sector. Founded in 2011, Hunter has grown organically to become a recognised market leader across the NHS, offering services including Interim management and fixed-term contracts, executive and non-executive search and selection and clinical consultant recruitment.


56-58 Bloomsbury Street, Bloomsbury, London WC1B 3QT

020 7935 4570


IBM Watson Health

Stand 5a

From digitising paper records to joining up data across organisational boundaries, getting the most out of data can seem like an impossible challenge.
At IBM Watson Health, we can help you extract value from your data. Our actionable insights help you free up more time to care, make efficiencies that can reduce costs, and unearth intelligence to help improve population health. We draw on decades of IBM's global experience, and combine data-driven analytics and advisory services with advanced technologies such as AI, to give clients the innovative answers they need.

Trevor Purt, IBM Watson Health
IBM UK Ltd, 76/78 Upper Ground, Lambeth, London SE1 9PZ
07815 052 238
IBM #WatsonHealth

Infinity Health

Stand 41

Infinity Health is a team of clinicians, designers and software developers that are addressing the challenges associated with coordinating staff activity and patients’ care in a variety of demanding healthcare environments. Infinity is a mobile-first collaboration and task management solution that integrates with existing PAS/EHR systems and supports individuals at the point-of-care to share their caseloads and coordinate team activity in order to improve patient safety and workflow efficiency.

Kanto Elect

Stand 35

We make better ballots for you! We are an Independent Scrutineer that specialises in providing electoral services in all key sectors. Created with the former chief executive of the UK Electoral Commission Peter Wardle, we are a leader in the pilot of online balloting with world-leading technology. We conduct membership audits, membership recruitment and retention plans. We understand that every client is unique hence our dedicated team is ready to provide a personalised service to meet your needs.


Lioko Mabika, Kanto Elect Ltd
Office 120, 77 Victoria Street, London SW1H 0HW
020 7776 9000

Locum's Nest

Stand 6

We are not an agency! Locum’s Nest is the staff bank management app created by and for doctors. Our software connects healthcare professionals to locum work in NHS foundation trusts, GP federations, Primary Care Networks and practices. The clever technology revolutionises the formation and maintenance of staff bank, meaning an ever-increasing pool of local, highly qualified staff constantly at the trust or practice disposal. This leads to a significantly increased shift fill rates of over 90% and 100% attendance rate.


Ahmed Shahrabani, Locum’s Nest

1 Lyric Square, London W6 0NB


MIH Solutions

Stand 29

MIH Solutions is a first-rate strategy, communications and change agency. Our specialist services range from helping organisations successfully handle CQC inspections and reports, to media training and crisis management, staff and stakeholder communications and engagement, and programme management. We offer coaching and facilitation services with many skilled, experienced, professional coaches and facilitators to choose from. We cater for teams as well as individuals and have successfully helped many clients to improve areas such as performance, confidence, wellbeing, satisfaction and teamworking.


Jo Yeaman, MIH Solutions
Bretby Business Park, Ashby Road, Bretby, Burton on Trent, DE15 0YZ
01283 221568

Motorola Solutions

Stand 3a

Motorola Solutions is a technology company that provides mission-critical communications, software and video solutions that help build safer cities and thriving communities. Public safety and commercial customers globally depend on the company’s two-way radios, broadband technology, video surveillance and analytics solutions, Body Worn Video, services and software to keep them connected, from extreme to everyday moments.


Dom Robertson, Motorola Solutions
Nova South, 160 Victoria Street, London SW1E 5LB

Mutual Ventures

Stand 4

We are a management consultancy passionate about better, more sustainable public services and our highly experienced team works across the NHS, local authorities and other public bodies. We are working with a number of NHS organisations to deliver the NHS Long Term Plan. Supporting them with strategic planning and service transformation. We are experts in new delivery models – redesigning existing services or new organisational forms, such as public sector-owned trading companies, joint ventures and independent social enterprises.


Jamie McMahon, Mutual Ventures
2-6 Boundary Row, London SE1 8HP
020 3714 3900


Stand 14

We work alongside you, at the frontline, to make sustainable change happen which has a positive impact on people’s lives, engages staff and delivers financial savings. We put 100% of our fee at risk against achieving measurable results. We have worked across health and social care systems to improve and establish services which have resulted in 500 fewer people admitted to hospital every year, reducing length of stay by 30% and sending 13% more people home from an intermediate bed.


2 Kingston Business Park, Kingston Bagpuize, Abingdon, OX13 5FE
01865 601300

National Leadership Centre

Stand 37

The National Leadership Centre (NLC) helps leaders work together to improve public services, with three strategic aims:

Leadership programme

Our flagship leadership programme brings together 100 of the most senior people across the public sector each year

Network of peers

Through national and local events and a new digital service, we are connecting the country's leaders across every sector and region.

Research and evaluation

The National Leadership Centre is becoming a global hub of leadership data and high quality research.

National Leadership Centre


NHS Blood and Transplant

Stand 38

NHS Blood and Transplant need 600 new donors every day to replace those who can no longer donate. This ensures we have the right blood types at the right time, so patients who need blood receive the best possible matches. We especially need more male donors and black donors. Visit our stand, sign up as a blood donor and find out your likely blood type. Find out how you can make a difference and join us in saving lives.

Shelley Bilston
NHS Blood and Transplant

NHS Charities Together

Stand 3

NHS Charities Together are the National association representing over 138 NHS charities and the amazing work they do. We ‘Help the NHS do more’ by giving over £1 million to the NHS every day to enhance patient care. Our vision is to inspire NHS Charities to be the nation’s biggest independent supporters of health and wellbeing.


Jen Emeny-Green, NHS Charities Together
Suite 68, Lake View House, Wilton Drive, Warwick CV34 6RG
08454 635328

NHS Providers

Stand 13

Visit the NHS Providers stand to talk to us about how we can help you and your trust get the support you want. Pick up a copy of our latest reports and tell us what you think. Our team will be on hand to answer your questions in our policy drop ins and provide you with the latest policy advice.

Adam Brimelow, NHS Providers
One Birdcage Walk, London SW1H 9JJ
020 7304 6977

NHS Provider Showcase

Stand 15

Twelve organisations will be showcasing some of the pioneering work they have done to help them innovate and improve services.

NHS Retirement Fellowship

Stand 22

The NHS Retirement Fellowship enables retired NHS and social care staff enjoy a full and active life and to be an advocate for them. The charity will; provide a social network, contribute to the mental and physical well-being of members, help to combat loneliness, provide volunteering opportunities in local communities, create an effective connection to NHS and social care services and ensure that the NHS and social care retirees’ voice is heard. The NHS Retirement Fellowship strives to help all retired members deal with the day to day changes that occur with the transition from work to retirement.


John Rostill OBE, NHS Retirement Fellowship
Forston Clinic, Charminster, Dorchester, Dorset DT2 9TB
01305 361317

Nursing and Midwifery Council

Stand 2

We’re the independent regulator for nurses, midwives and nursing associates. We hold a register of all the 690,000 nurses, midwives and nursing associates who can practise in the UK. Better and safer care for people is at the heart of what we do, supporting the healthcare professionals on our register to deliver the highest standards of care.


Nursing and Midwifery Council
23 Portland Place, London W1B 1PZ


Stand 19

Oxehealth was founded by Professor Lionel Tarassenko, Head of Engineering at the University of Oxford, in 2012. It gives staff more time for hands on care where and when they are needed most. Oxehealth’s DCA helps staff to prevent serious incidents like falls, take spot check pulse rate and vital sign measurements and understand patient activity better. The DCA is deployed in all settings caring for the elderly or vulnerable, such as: mental health, care homes and custodial, slotting into existing care protocols.


Will Southall-Ford, Oxehealth
Magdalen Centre North, The Oxford Science Park, Oxford OX4 4GA
01865 900 599

Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health

Stand 5b

The RCPCH’s Invited Reviews Service helps senior management support clinicians to deliver the highest standards of patient care. Cost-effective and authoritative, our expert teams engage with peers towards to resolving concerns about paediatric provision, safety, team dynamics and communication, compliance with standards and proposals for reconfiguration or service design.


Jenni Illman, The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health
5-11 Theobalds Road, London WC1X 8SH
020 7092 6049 / 07949 393 628

Salad Money

Stand 36

Salad Money is the antidote to toxic loans. The first to tackle the issue head on through affordable small loans for employees.  Our loans are interest free for fifteen days, then taken directly from an employee’s monthly salary. It’s a straightforward offer, with interest rates matching those charged by mainstream credit, but using the latest technology. We offer loans from £300- £700.Unlike most lenders, we use open banking to assess the affordability of loans. Not outdated and unfair credit scoring, which excludes millions from access to mainstream credit. Our approach means more applications are approved. We’re not a charity, we’re a for-profit social enterprise with a clear social purpose.


Lucy Symes, Salad Money
5 Merchant Square, London, W2 1AY
0203 092 0896

Salary Finance

Stand 12

Salary Finance exists to help NHS employees improve their personal finances, so they can focus on what really matters - patients. Their free, award-winning employee financial wellbeing platform helps NHS staff pay off debts faster and at lower cost, provides valuable financial education and makes it easy for NHS staff to start saving regularly.

Dimitar Iliev, Salary Finance
One Hammersmith Broadway, London W6 9DL
Tel: 07812 060083

Senate Media

Stand 33

We specialise in turning serious and complex topics, of which there are many in the healthcare sphere, into engaging videos. We have created videos for NHS trusts, pharmaceutical companies, research groups and trade bodies within healthcare, including NHS providers. Our films and animations have one thing in common: they take complex topics and make them simple and relatable. Which means more of your key messages getting to the people you want to hear them.


Nathan Coyne, Senate Media
51-53 Mount Pleasant, London WC1X 0AE
020 3758 9405

Sintons LLP

Stand 32

Combining specialist lawyers from across the firm, our expert healthcare team delivers advice to healthcare professionals, businesses and organisations. In a constantly changing sector, clients need to know that they are dealing with experts who understand the legal and commercial challenges they face. Our nationally recognised team has the proven experience and expertise to help you make the most of new opportunities and anticipate and prepare for inevitable future changes in this fast-moving sector.


Robert Dale, Sintons LLP
The Cube, Barrack Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE4 6DB
0191 2267878

The Finegreen Group

Stand 8

The Finegreen Group is a values’ driven and award-winning recruitment consultancy - delivering innovative recruitment solutions to a wide variety of Public and Private Healthcare sector clients. Predominantly focused on senior management, executive and board level appointments, Finegreen’s consultants operate across specialist many professional fields including corporate and clinical specialisms. Established in 2005, Finegreen has regularly featured in Recruiter’s Top 100 Recruitment providers, alongside being acclaimed as top small to medium sized business at the Best Business Awards, and recruiter of the year at both the HealthInvestor Awards and the Recruitment Business Awards.


Neil Fineberg, The Finegreen Group,
Suite 3, First Floor, Building 3, Universal Square, Manchester M12 6JH
0345 130 4006

Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust

Stand 34

The National Workforce Skills Development Unit is commissioned from the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust by Health Education England. The unit helps to develop workforce capability and capacity to enhance mental health and learning disabilities workforce across care systems. The Unit brings together expertise and thought leadership to co-produce solutions.


Ian J Tegerdine, Deputy Director - National Workforce Skills Development Unit
The Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, National Workforce Skills Development Unit
120 Belsize Lane, London NW3 5BA


Stand 21

TeleTracking are the experts in patient flow, providing innovative command centres across the UK and North America. Managing in real time, capacity and demand of the health system, giving the hospitals the ability to proactively assign resources so no patient waits for the care they need. TeleTracking’s unique solution draws on 29 years of experience to deliver improved efficiencies in operational flow.

Rory Dennis, TeleTracking
Henry wood House, 2 Riding House St, Marylebone, London W1W 7FA
Tel: 07984 590 979


Stand 7

The financial lifeline your employees need. Reward your people with the power to track, instantly access and save the wages they've already earned to reduce workplace stress and increase employee productivity. No loans, no credit and no interest rates, just a smart and simple technology solution that provides measurable financial wellbeing. We are proud to be funded by social impact charities to work together in bringing financial security and stability to the lives of working people.

Paul Windsor,
NHS Partnership Director, Wagestream
Aviation House, 125 Kingsway, Holborn,
London WC2B 6NH
07775 940 368

Zesty Ltd

Stand 39

Zesty is a leading UK digital health company, founded in 2012 and backed by international VC funds including Mangrove Capital, LBO France and Qualcomm Ventures. We offer a suite of patient facing digital tools to healthcare providers. Our clients are hospitals, community providers and GP surgeries. Our apps remove the friction from everyday health related tasks, like booking and managing appointments, reading letters digitally and sharing copies of electronic medical records.


Lloyd Price, Zesty Ltd
4th Floor, 20 St Thomas Street, London, SE1 9RS
0203 771 7799

Networking opportunities

Annual conference and exhibition is your opportunity to meet with your peers and other senior health professionals in the sector. Our exhibition forms the networking hub of the conference, giving you the space you need to exchange ideas and discuss the content from the day with delegates. It also gives you the chance to evaluate the latest health solutions and services and connect with new suppliers in the sector.

Conference dinner

The conference dinner is the perfect chance to share ideas and best practice with your peers and hear from our after dinner speaker. 

Networking drinks reception

Our hosted networking is specifically aimed at helping you to make the connections you need. Unwind after the first day of conference and share experiences with your peers.

You can also network with fellow delegates before and during the conference by joining in with the conversation on twitter using #NHSP20.

Provider showcase

The Provider showcase is an area in the annual conference exhibition where we shine a light on the innovative and pioneering work of our members, recognising their successful contribution to healthcare. The showcase inspires delegates and allows trusts to share good practice with senior leaders from across the provider sector. Last year’s theme explored how providers are embracing new opportunities. Find out more about the inspiring work of the trust who took part last year on our Provider showcase page.

Book your place

Bookings are now open for our annual conference and exhibition. Book by 24 April to save £50 with our early bird discount. Make the most of our group discount offer - book three places and get the fourth free! (Applies to two day conference places only).


Member early bird £410
Member standard £460
Member day ticket £320
Member conference dinner £60


Associate member

Associate member early bird £545
Associate member standard (after 24 April) £595
Associate member day ticket £400
Associate member conference dinner £65


Charity/Not for profit

 Charity/not for profit early bird  £675
 Charity/not for profit standard (after 24 April)  £725
 Charity/not for profit day ticket  £510
 Charity/not for profit conference dinner  £75



Commercial early bird £970
Commercial standard (after 24 April) £1020
Commercial day ticket £770
Commercial conference dinner £80


Terms and conditions

Discounts and payments

  • Group discount applies to two day conference places only and not day or dinner places.
  • Aspiring leader places are open to NHS Providers members only. Each member will be entitled to two full day tickets at half price. The offer only applies to two day tickets and does not apply to dinner or day tickets. 
  • A mixture of one-day and full conference bookings can be made, however discounts will be applied separately.
  • A mixture of delegate categories within a group (e.g. member and non-member tickets) is not possible and must be booked separately.
  • Invoices must be settled within 30 days and at least two weeks before the event, or admission may be refused. If payment has not been made in advance, please ensure you have a credit/debit card with you so that payment can be taken at registration.
  • Invoices can be paid via credit/debit cards or BACS by invoice (a PO number is mandatory when booking).
  • Payment by invoice will be charged a £20 administration fee. This is to cover our costs for processing the payment.
  • All invoices for the conference and exhibition must be paid by the date of the event or within 30 days of the invoice date, whichever is earlier and must be paid regardless of attendance. Any booking made after this date will have to be paid for at the time of registration with a valid credit card. The organisers reserve the right to refuse entry to any delegate who has not paid in full by the due date.

Cancellation policy

  • Cancellations will be charged a £100 administration fee. The full fee is payable for any cancellation received 30 days before the event.
  • These charges cover the administration costs that we incur on cancellation. Cancellations can be completed via the booking website or via email:
  • If a cancellation is made within a group booking, the discount for the remaining members will also be re-calculated. Any refunds will be paid via the original payment method.
  • Refunds will be processed after online booking for the event has closed.

Delegate information

  • Registration details and a map will be sent two weeks before the event.
  • All changes to delegate name, job title and organisation must be made two weeks prior to the event.
  • Amendments to delegate information can be made at the registration desk at the event.
  • Delegate substitutions are possible and can be made through the booking website or by email.
  • There may be a photographer at the event and photographs of delegates may be used on future marketing materials. If you do not want your photograph to be taken or used in this way, please notify a member of staff on-site.
  • Programme details are correct at the time of going to press. We reserve the right to make changes where necessary.

 Data protection

  • If you opt in during the booking process, we will include your personal details on the delegate list which may be given to delegates, sponsors and exhibitors. The delegate list includes name, job title and company information but not contact details.
  • Some sponsorship packages allow our sponsors to have access to your email address. They will only be allowed to make reasonable use of the data they receive. If you wish to opt-out of your contact details being passed onto these partners, please email


Our next annual conference and exhibition takes place on 6-7 October 2020 at Manchester Central at the exchange side of the building. 

Venue address

Manchester Central - Exchange side
Windmill Street
Manchester M2 3GX

We always negotiate specially discounted rates with Reservation Highway for our conference delegates.

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We are working towards limiting the impact our event has on the environment through careful consideration of the resources and energy we use. This includes not producing unnecessary conference materials and choosing environmentally friendly products. The venue also do this by eliminating the use of plastic straws, diverting food waste from landfill, using LED lighting, eliminating the disposal of plastic bottles by purifying water onsite and procuring from local suppliers.

Contact us

To find out about get involved in the programme or about sponsorship or exhibiting, please contact a member of our events or business development team or complete the contact form below.