Last year over 1,000 healthcare leaders gathered at the prestigious Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London for what was a truly memorable evening. The Patient Safety Awards 2014 take place on 15 July 2014 at the Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London.
The evening will begin with a drinks reception followed by a three-course meal, awards ceremony and post-awards entertainment.
The awards are an extremely popular event in the healthcare calendar - ensure you do not miss out by securing your table booking as soon as possible.
To book your table please contact Laura Scanlan on 020 3033 2668 or email Laura.Scanlan@EMAP.com
Please book early to secure the premium positions in the room.
This event will sell out so please book at your earliest convenience to avoid disappointment.
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Bronze Alcohol Free *
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