Sintons Summer Drinks returns for 2022
The specialist healthcare and Neurotrauma teams at Sintons will again host key contacts from around the country at their Summer Drinks event, to be held on June 29.
The event, held at Wylam Brewery’s Palace of Arts in Newcastle, attracts scores of leading professionals from across the entire healthcare sector, comprising NHS and private practitioners working across a spectrum of clinical roles.
Sintons is nationally-renowned in both its healthcare and Neurotrauma specialisms, with its healthcare team – top-rated by Legal 500 – acting for NHS Trusts and healthcare organisations throughout the country.
Its Neurotrauma team is regularly instructed by clients on a national basis, winning work on the strength of its reputation for legal and client service, and fighting hard to secure the very best outcome for individuals and families affected by life-changing injury.
Amanda Maskery, head of NHS healthcare at Sintons, said: “We welcome any opportunity to connect with our colleagues from the world of healthcare, particularly after two years of having to resort primarily to meeting online, and our Summer Drinks presents a very welcome social occasion to do so.
“As a renowned specialist advisor to NHS Trusts and organisations throughout the country, we are very pleased to host this event to unite many key names from across the sector. We look forward to welcoming our guests.”
Andrew McGowan, head of Neurotrauma, added: “Our Neurotrauma team continues to grow on the strength of our work and the outcomes we secure for our clients, and through close co-operation and strong relationships with fellow professionals in this sector, we can only continue to improve the lives of those who need our support. Events such as this one provide a very welcome social opportunity to build those relationships further.
“Our reputation and network extends nationally, and we know how much many of our colleagues and contemporaries love a trip to Newcastle – and particularly to a venue such as the Palace of Arts – so we are very much looking forward to this event.”