Bevan Brittan shortlisted for HealthInvestor Awards 2018

14/05/2018

HealthInvestor Awards Finalist 2018

With only a month to go to the HealthInvestor Awards 2018, we are delighted to have been shortlisted for three award categories:

  • Legal Advisors of the Year (Public)
  • Legal Advisors of the Year (Public Transactional)
  • Legal Advisors of the Year (Private)

Vincent Buscemi, Partner and Head of Independent Health & Social Care, said "Our shortlisting for Legal Advisor of the Year for the Private Sector recognises our contribution to supporting our clients, guiding health and social care providers, digital technology suppliers and funders through an ever changing legal and regulatory landscape."

Joanna Lloyd, Partner and Head of Health, said "Last year we won Legal Advisor of the Year for the Public Sector and the Public Sector Transactional Awards - so we have a lot to live up to and competition will once again be fierce. At Bevan Brittan, we care passionately and are proud to advise those working within the health and social care market.  We are looking forward to celebrating and recognising the many contributions that will be hi-lighted at the Awards, ultimately improving patient care and safety over the last 12 months."      

The HealthInvestor Awards promote excellence and recognise innovation within the independent health and social care sector with the winners announced on 13 June 2018.

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