P4H 2017, The Procurement Event For Health, is the UK’s leading exhibition designed to promote and support the ongoing NHS efficiency objectives, such as those outlined within Lord Carter’s Report on Operational Productivity in the NHS and those forming the Department of Health’s NHS Procurement Transformation Programme (PTP).
Skills development, collaboration and showcasing best practice are at the heart of P4H, providing visitors with an unrivalled opportunity to engage directly with interactive and educational features aligned to support today’s procurement initiatives, both at national and trust level.
Attended by over 1200 key decision makers, The P4H Product Showcase provides a unique opportunity for organisations to demonstrate their innovative goods and services directly to the UK’s healthcare buying community, who are responsible for spend in a marketplace worth over £26 billion a year.
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Holiday Inn Birmingham Airport, 3 miles from the NEC offers affordable luxury. Socialise in the Open Lobby, dine in the Marco’s New York Italian restaurant and arrive using the free shuttle service.
From luxury resorts to simple rooms to please, you’ll find a host of hotels right on our doorstep. Head to our Visitors page to view your nearest options.
When it comes to wining and dining, we naturally wanted to ensure a range of lip-smacking options was always on the menu.