Overview

As England continues its road to recovery following the pandemic, challenges still remain for those working in the healthcare sector. The most recent Spending Review highlighted an overall increase in healthcare spend, with additional budget to cover the COVID response.

The Levelling Up Programme announced by Government in early 2022 allocated an additional £23bn to NHS England to fund new hospitals and to deliver more nurses.

Whilst the last few years have undoubtedly been challenging, the NHS must now reflect on past learnings and look to the future, and the delivery of public health services in a post-pandemic world. Now is the time for the healthcare community to come together, review lessons learned and work on the positive changes that can be embedded to build resilience in the future.

P4H England 2022 provides a unique and unrivalled interactive opportunity for both the buyer and supplier healthcare procurement community to engage across a range of innovative event features designed for all participants explore today’s marketplace initiatives and objectives.

Why Attend

NHS/Public Sector 

Engagement and collaboration across peers and industry plays a vital role in meeting current and future marketplace initiatives and objectives for the healthcare sector.

The P4H England 2022 provides buyers engaged across the healthcare supply chain with an invaluable opportunity to meet with leading suppliers, who are actively delivering a diverse range of innovative products and services that can support both current and future procurement requirements.

Officially supported by the Procurement Advice and Support Service (PASS), P4H England also provides a unique platform for buyers to enhance their commercial skills through a range of CPD Certified training sessions, all of which are designed to support the development of procurement skills and capabilities.

Free to attend for the NHS and wider public sector, P4H England will bring together the healthcare procurement community and provide a unique platform for networking, collaboration, education and innovation.

Private Sector

Officially supported by key organisations such as NHS Supply Chain,  P4H England 2022 will provide an unprecedented opportunity for both new and existing suppliers to showcase their goods and services to and engage directly with the key personnel and organisations responsible for setting strategy and the operational delivery of the NHS procurement budget across England.

P4H England will also host a range of educational and networking opportunities designed to enhance knowledge and facilitate the development of new business opportunities.

Ensure that your organisation maximises its business growth potential by participating at P4H England. For further details of the exclusive sponsorship and exhibition opportunities available, please call 0845 270 7066 or email [email protected]

Event Partners

Venue and Time

Opening Times: 0830 – 1600

The NEC is located at North Ave, Marston Green,
Birmingham, B40 1NT

The NEC

Click here for more information on how to get to the NEC.

By Road

You’ll find us clearly signposted from all motorways and major routes including the M42, M40 and M6 – just pop B40 1NT in your sat nav to get close, then follow the signs when you see them.

hen you arrive at the NEC, look out for the show name you’re visiting on our signs. After parking, simply jump on our free shuttle bus, or take a leisurely stroll along our signposted footpaths.

By Rail

You won’t even need to brave the elements. Direct services run all day, however if you’re travelling from further afield you may need to catch a connecting train at Birmingham New Street, which is less than a 15-minute journey away. Just enough time to fuel up on caffeine.

For more information, visit National Rail or call them on 08457 484950

By Air

From Birmingham Airport you can get to the NEC via the free air-rail link, which takes just 90 seconds and runs every two minutes.

Jumping on a bus in the West Midlands area? There are numerous options that will get you to the NEC. Check out the Network West Midland link below to plan your journey