20Mar2018
Nowgen Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary, 29 Grafton St, Manchester, M13 9WU

Nowgen Centre, Manchester Royal Infirmary, 29 Grafton St, Manchester, M13 9WU

ORGANISED BY GROVENBRIDGE ACADEMY ON BEHALF OF HFC - 50% DISCOUNT FOR HFC MEMBERS
This one day introductory course is designed to inform and reinforce the importance of the NHS Premises Assurance Model including the responsibilities, from Director down, and show how the NHS Premises Assurance Model (NHS PAM) can be used in practice.

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Key points addressed on the day will include:

  • Achieving savings
  • The future of NHS estates and property
  • Efficiencies and modernisation through better management of the NHS estate
  • The sale of surplus land
  • Implementing a programme of energy efficiency across all the hospital estate
  • Prioritising sustainable use of energy and transforming areas which can guarantee savings
  • Contract management
  • Properly maintain healthcare estates and future proof
  • Making the estate more cost efficient,
  • Flexible use and maintenance of facilities,
  • Delivering  effective infection prevention and control strategies
  • Estate optimisation
  • Using technology to make the NHS safer and easier for both patients and clinicians.    
  • Reimagining how NHS estates can be used and work for the patients and staff  
  • Investing in sustainable energy and efficiency

For a full agenda please click here.

 

Experts will be speaking, including:

David Powell, Development Director and Executive Lead for Innovation, Alder Hey Children's Hospital Foundation Trust (CONFIRMED)  

Christopher Shaw, Senior Director, Medical Architecture (CONFIRMED)

Julie Whetton, Head of Property Services, NHS Property Services (invited)

Lorraine Whitehead, Deputy Director (FM & PFI), University Hospital of North Midlands NHS Trust, Royal Stoke University Hospital (invited)

Senior Representative, The Carbon Trust (invited)

Malcolm Aiston, Director of Estates and Facilities, Northumberland Tyne and Wear NHS (invited)