Healthcare Estates 2019 is just a few short weeks away, with preparations really ramping up now for the biggest event yet; more exhibitors, more speakers, more exhibition theatres, a fabulous new venue for the Dinner and Awards, and a very special plenary theatre. The event hosts the International Federation of Hospital Engineering, and delegates from around the world will be visiting Manchester to attend the event, as well as experience Manchester’s famous northern hospitality.
The two day conference programme and exhibition theatres have something of interest for everyone: Estates and Facilities Director, an apprentice, or any professional level in between. The learning opportunities are many and varied and this year, and with the event hosting the International Federation of Hospital Engineering, experts from all over the world are attending and speaking at the conference.
Healthcare Estates is a truly unique event in the UK market – the only national conference and exhibition to bring together those who design, build manage and maintain healthcare facilities.
The exhibition offers visitors the opportunity to come and browse new products, new ideas, innovative solutions and talk with experts from over 250 organisations working across the healthcare sector. A packed hall full of interesting ideas and technical expertise for two full days in Manchester. With over 200 stands – two days gives you the complete technical, practical, professional and political framework in which to make effective decisions. If you want to know if you’re doing things right, this is the right place to begin.
Healthcare Estates is the unrivalled platform for Estate Managers, Directors, and Facilities Managers running and managing hospitals to network with industry colleagues, services and other contractors while sourcing and specifying the latest healthcare products and services.
The conference has four streams – Strategy and Leadership, Engineering and Facilities Management, Planning Design and Construction, and Innovation.
Keynote speakers: Simon Corben, Director and Head of Profession NHS Estates and Facilities, NHS Improvement, Alasdair Coates, Chief Executive Officer, Engineering Council, Darryl Pitcher, President of the IFHE, and Professor Michail Kagioglou, Dean of the University of Huddersfield, Alan Sharp, Chief Executive Officer, Mater Hospital Dublin, and motivational speaker is Sally Becker, the “Angel of Mostar”. In addition there is a workshop from NHSI, and an international case study session – all free to attend, including seven exhibition theatres to choose from.
To register go to www.healthcare-estates.com.