The Urgent and Emergency Care Conference will offer a vital platform to explore how all NHS providers can develop an integrated and community-based approach to deliver successful solutions for the growing patient demand in urgent and emergency care services.

Attendees will hear examples of best practice from policy experts and leading practitioners on how services can effectively enhance provision to improve patient flow and response times and deliver high quality outcomes for patients using urgent and emergency care services.

Reasons to Attend

the NHS Long Term Plan and its impact on the future improvement and delivery of urgent and emergency care

practical insights on how NHS Trusts and CCGs can help ensure a sustainable workforce in urgent and emergency care departments through improved recruitment and retention

the latest progress in the implementation of NHS England’s Urgent and Emergency Care Review and the role of the Emergency Care Improvement Programme (ECIP) in enhancing services

how to implement innovative strategies which deliver improved patient flow and reduced waiting times to meet four-hour performance goals

the latest updates to standards and quality of care expected in delivering emergency services and how to achieve outstanding inspection results

practical solutions to the implementation of effective and integrated community-based care and collaboration across all NHS services to reduce pressure on emergency departments

how emergency departments and ambulance services can more effectively coordinate operations to reduce waiting times and improve patient flow to effectively respond to future challenges and growing patient demand

with leading experts, NHS leaders and practitioners at the forefront of delivering urgent and emergency care to share best practice and guidance in transforming and improving services

This Conference is specifically designed for the Health Sector including NHS Trusts and CCGs. Typical job titles will include:
  • Assistant Medical Directors
  • Associate Directors of Operation
  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Operating Officers
  • Clinical Directors
  • Clinical Service Managers
  • Consultants Emergency Medicine
  • Deputy Medical Directors
  • Directors of Operations
  • Emergency Department Consultants
  • GPs
  • Heads of Urgent Care
  • Lead Nurses
  • Matrons
  • Medical Directors
  • Senior Lecturers
  • Urgent and Emergency Managers

* This Conference is also open to the wider public and private sectors to encourage networking and debate.


Great event, fantastic networking, worthwhile attending.

MIIU Team Manager, Gloucestershire Care Services NHS Trust

Concise and inspiring summary of the state of the art in Urgent and Emergency Care.

Deputy Medical Director, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Excellent event, good venue, helpful staff good location.

Cabinet Member for Health, Wellbeing and Skills, South Kesteven District Council

This was a very informative conference with good networking opportunities

Associate Director & lead Nurse for Emergency Department, Southend University Hospital Trust

Useful insights into the challenges facing urgent care and a good opportunity to network with senior colleagues.

Deputy Medical Director, Greenbrook Healthcare

The whole event was relevant for me and my colleagues; I was able to discuss the conference with others of influence and hopefully the information will impact on future planning.

Clinical Manager, St John Ambulance

It was a very informative event the speakers where all very good and provided good information as a clinical manager looking to set up an UTC I found networking with other providers invaluable

Walk-in Centre Lead Nurse, Memorial Hospital

A useful event to understand the future strategy of Urgent and Emergency Care and the focus from the Centre for the next 12 months

Healthcare Consultant, London North West Healthcare NHS Trust