Sintons extends relationship with NOE CPC


Law firm Sintons has again been recognised for its nationally-acclaimed healthcare capability through winning an extension to its work with a specialist NHS body.

Sintons was first appointed to the legal framework of the North of England NHS Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) in 2017, winning a reappointment in 2021.

Its position has now been extended, in recognition of its achievement of the highest standards of legal advice and client service in its work with NOE CPC and its members, covering commercial, estates and employment matters.

The extension again confirms Sintons’ reputation and presence in the NHS and wider healthcare sector, which has seen the team – independently ranked as a top tier advisor by both Legal 500 and Chambers – become a trusted advisor to NHS Trusts, GPs, healthcare organisations and professionals nationally.

NOE CPC works with more than 80 NHS organisations across England, and was established to provide collaborative and bespoke procurement solutions to the NHS and other public sector organisations.

Michelle Walker, senior category manager – healthcare services and pharmacy at NOE CPC, said: “We are incredibly proud of the service NOE CPC delivers and the expertise of our team. Our highly successful Legal Services framework agreement provides access to a panel of leading legal service providers to NHS and public sector organisations ensuring value and compliance.

“We are delighted when organisations like Sintons LLP meet the high standards required and are awarded to our frameworks to continue to deliver value across the public sector.”

Amanda McCabe, head of NHS healthcare at Sintons, said: “We are delighted with this extension to our work with NOE CPC, a team with whom we have built a strong relationship during the past six years and continue to develop our mutual commitment to delivering the best possible service and use of resources by the NHS.

“As renowned specialists in the healthcare sector, whose presence continues to grow nationally, we truly understand the unique challenges and complexities of the NHS, which is why we are able to advise NOE CPC and its members so effectively.

“We look forward to continuing to build our relationship with NOE CPC and to supporting them and their member organisations in the months and years ahead.”


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