Associates programme

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Join a growing number of non-NHS organisations that work closely with the NHS Confederation to bring value to the NHS. As an associate, you will have access to a number of different information channels and resources including:

  • COVID-19 briefings
  • Exclusive webinars 
  • Regular NHS Confederation policy summaries
  • NHS Employers’ Workforce bulletin
  • Regular e-newsletters tailored and exclusive for our associates
  • Engagement opportunities with the NHS Confederation senior team, policy experts and members
  • A range of discounts on events, conferences and bespoke activity 

Pricing structure 

The annual fee for associates runs on a rolling renewal basis for a 12-month period that starts from the date we receive your application form.

Level Turnover Fee
Independent consultant or individual   -  £500
 Level 1 Under £200k  £950
 Level 2 Between £200k and £500k £1,500
 Level 3 Between £500k and £1m £3,000
 Level 4 Over £1m £5,000

For more information about exclusive events, or how to become an associate or to request an application form, please email

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Become an associate today

For the very latest in NHS policy, news and exclusive discounts become an NHS Confederation Associate.

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Meet our associates

Our associates come from every different part of the health and care sector. Find out more and start making new connections.

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Upcoming events

Exclusive events will provide opportunities to network with experts from across the NHS Confederation and other associates.

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Associate terms and conditions

The terms and conditions of the for NHS Confederation Associates.




Why Register?

Great reasons to register with NHS Confederation

  • Access exclusive resources 
    Access member-only resources and tailor member benefits and services
  • Personalise your website
    Select topics of interest for recommended content
  • Comment and recommend
    Rate and share content with colleagues
  • Never miss a thing
    Register now to keep your finger on the pulse of the NHS Confederation

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