Networks, Countries and Europe

An audience

The NHS Confederation meets the specific needs of different parts of its membership through its various networks and works across the UK and Europe with offices in Belfast, Cardiff, Leeds, London and Brussels.

Networks

From the Mental Health Network to NHS Clinical Commissioners, our varied networks provide a framework and voice for key interests of organisations and leaders delivering health and social care services.

Countries and Europe

Our regional offices help to inform and feed into our work programme to improve healthcare services and patient care across the United Kingdom. We provide membership services to NHS organisations in Northern Ireland and Wales.

These services provide an opportunity for organisations to stay up to date and informed with key policy and parliamentary developments. They also provide an opportunity for organisations to get involved in our work, attend our national events and receive our communications and publications.

Health Leaders Panel

The Health Leaders Panel draws together more than 100 healthcare leaders to provide an expert view on the state of the health and care system in England.

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