NHS Partners Network

David Hare
The NHS Partners Network is the trade association representing the widest range of independent sector providers of NHS clinical services ranging through acute, primary, community, clinical home healthcare, diagnostics and dental. Our members are drawn from both the “for profit” and “not for profit” sectors and include large international hospital groups and small specialist providers, and all are committed to working in partnership with the NHS and to the values set out in the NHS Constitution.
 

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About us

The NHS Partners Network (NHSPN) is the trade association representing independent sector providers of NHS clinical services.

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Become a member

Find out more about becoming a member and the range of benefits and services our members receive to support them in delivering high-quality care to patients.

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Our members' work

NHSPN works closely with its members to move towards a system where patients receive the highest possible levels of care, and helping wider audiences to understand the benefits brought by the independent sector involvement in the NHS.

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NHSPN holds regular member only meetings and forums for members' communications, clinical, HR and finance leads throughout the year. We also hold a number of events for non-members.

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