England’s Premier

Annual NHS Procurement Event

Showcasing Innovation &

Enhancing Collaboration

The Premier NHS Product Showcase

of The Year

Supporting England’s

Procurement Transformation Programme




Welcome to P4H 2018, the Procurement Event for Health

In July of this year, the National Health Service is turning 70, which represents a significant opportunity to appreciate and recognise the vital role the NHS plays, especially at a time when pressure on the service has never been greater, due to new treatments and a growing and aging population.

Procurement plays a vital role in the delivery of today’s objectives, as shown by initiatives such as the Procurement Transformation Programme (PTP), which is transforming the NHS Supply Chain by implementing the Future Operating Model (FOM), across a marketplace valued at an estimated £27bn annually.

Officially supported by key organisations such as the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC), P4H England 2018, now firmly established as the leading one-day NHS procurement exhibition, will provide an unrivalled opportunity for buyers and suppliers to engage across a range of interactive skills development, collaboration and networking features.

To discover more about how your organisation can benefit from participation within P4H 2018, please click below.


Watch the highlights of the 2017 event here…


Keynote Speakers Announced

Keith Rowley

Keith Rowley

Managing Director, NHS North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative

Helen Lisle

Helen Lisle

Director of Procurement and Supplies, Newcastle upon Tyne NHS Foundation Trust

James Mayne

James Mayne

eProcurement and Inventory Manager, Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Beth Loudon

Beth Loudon

Head of Procurement Development, NHS Shared Business Services

  • Jin Sahota
    Senior Responsible Officer, Procurement Transformation Programme, and Director of Supply Chain
    Department of Health
    The Future Operating Model will drive quality and value in the NHS through the future NHS Supply Chain. We have a duty to do this and to get the most from the public purse. It is our intention to make the NHS Supply Chain the best procurement organisation in Europe. The NHS, those who work in the health service, tax payers and patients deserve nothing less. I am delighted we have awarded these contracts for the final four of the 11 Category Towers. These organisations have been evaluated by the NHS and have passed quality and fiscal assessments against set criteria, including competitive pricing and credibility of their savings projections. We now look forward to working with all the Category Tower Providers to deliver products that better meet the needs of the NHS
  • Alyson Brett
    NHS Commercial Solutions
    P4H gives a forum on NHS procurement for buyers and suppliers. Suppliers can hear about the latest initiatives from a very high profile set of speakers. And equally buyers have access to potentially a new range of suppliers.
  • Steven Pink
    Director of Change and Commercial Delivery
    NHS Business Services Authority
    I think it’s very easy in a busy healthcare environment to get carried away, sometimes you need an opportunity to stand back and look at some of the commercial side. P4H provides a great platform to do this.
  • Rosemarie Hoyle
    Divisional Manager
    We chose to come along because we are looking to extend our profile in the healthcare market place to Chief Executives, Finance Directors and Procurement Managers with the NHS.
  • Wayne Parrott
    Parcels Specialist
    Royal Mail
    P4H has been the best event without a doubt and that’s after 35 years with Royal Mail.
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