Partnership members

The breadth of higher education and NHS members in our partnership allows us to bring together complementary academic, clinical and educational strengths.
 
 
 
UCLPartners was established in 2009 with one university and four NHS trusts in north central London. Since then we have progressively expanded, moving into north east London by 2011 and parts of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Essex by 2013. This has been the result of growing strategic alignment across our health and social care system and cultural change, and means UCLPartners is now five times the size of the original partnership.
 
 
 
The member organisations of UCLPartners work together and further collaborate with patient groups, commissioners, primary care, community care, the third sector, government and industry to co-create healthcare solutions.
 
 
 
Click here [link to ‘work with us’] to find out more about working with us, collaborating on a project or becoming a member.

The breadth of higher education and NHS members in the partnership allows us to bring together complementary academic, clinical and educational strengths.

UCLPartners was established in 2009 with one university and four NHS trusts in north central London. Since then we have progressively expanded, moving into north east London by 2011 and parts of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Essex by 2013. This has been the result of growing strategic alignment across our health and social care system and cultural change, and means UCLPartners is now five times the size of the original partnership. The member organisations of UCLPartners work together and further collaborate with patient groups, commissioners, primary care, community care, the third sector, government and industry to co-create healthcare solutions.
 
Click here [link to ‘work with us’] to find out more about working with us, collaborating on a project or becoming a member.

UCLPartners was established in 2009 with one university and four NHS trusts in north central London. Since then we have progressively expanded, moving into north east London by 2011 and parts of Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire and Essex by 2013. This has been the result of growing strategic alignment across our health and social care system and cultural change, and means UCLPartners is now five times the size of the original partnership.

The member organisations of UCLPartners work together and further collaborate with patient groups, commissioners, primary care, community care, the third sector, government and industry to co-create healthcare solutions. The breadth of higher education and NHS members in the partnership allows us to bring together complementary academic, clinical and educational strengths.

Click here to find out more about working with us, collaborating on a project or becoming a member.