Wandsworth Healthcare are once again sponsoring the VIP area of the Healthcare Estates Show. Being held in Manchester at the Manchester Central Conference Hall on the 4th and 5th October the show is a truly unique event in the UK. It is the only national conference and exhibition that brings together those who fund, design, build, manage and maintain the UK’s healthcare facilities.
The VIP area is an exclusive area for qualifying visitors from the NHS, the Dept of Health, private healthcare providers, hospices, care homes etc. A dedicated area in which visitors can hold meetings, and to sit down and enjoy a drink as well as having the cost of parking covered.
Enjoy a Refreshment – VIP Bar
Within VIP area is a VIP bar which is serving a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks so make sure you pick up a voucher from one of our team to receive a free drink of your choice
Wandsworth F1 Challenge
This year we have arranged a special activity within the VIP area. A full F1 simulator will be available for you to challenge yourself and see if you are quicker than Lewis Hamilton or more importantly your work colleagues. With a Top Gear style leader board see if you can be the fastest on the day and over the whole exhibition.
HEJ Reader Survey Results
The Inaugural HEJ Reader survey undertaken as a collaboration between IHEEM and Wandsworth Healthcare in May and June this year has been compiled and analysed with the report from the findings to be launched at the Healthcare Estate Show. Available from the Wandsworth team in the VIP area, the survey was designed to gauge HEJ readers’ views on some of the most pressing issues faced by the readers on a day to day basis.
Dinner & Awards
In addition, we will be sponsoring the ‘Estates and Facilities Team of the Year’ award at the conference Dinner and Awards evening. The award will be given to a team working in the healthcare sector who have demonstrated outstanding achievement, performance and delivery of estates and facilities services.
We look forward to seeing you there