Sintons wins reappointment from NHS SBS

Law firm Sintons has strengthened its relationship with the NHS further still through its latest re-appointment to a major framework agreement.

Sintons has won an extension to its partnership with NHS Shared Business Services (NHS SBS), after initially being appointed to the leading corporate services provider’s legal services framework agreement in 2018.

Since that time, Sintons’ specialist healthcare team has supported NHS SBS in its aims of delivering efficiencies and increased quality across NHS Trusts and other bodies across the country.

The confirmation of Sintons’ reappointment by NHS SBS comes only shortly after it was given an extension to its work with the North of England Commercial Procurement Collaborative (NOE CPC) – which works with more than 80 high-level NHS organisations across England – for a third time.

The latest NHS appointment further confirms Sintons’ reputation as a leading specialist healthcare advisor, with longstanding endorsement from Legal 500 and Chambers secured again for 2023.

The team works nationally with healthcare organisations and professionals, advising on a breadth of matters including employment, commercial work, property, construction, IT, corporate finance and NHS governance.

Sintons’ healthcare team brings together specialists from departments across the firm, many of whom are nationally-acclaimed leaders in their field, to deliver the highest standards of both legal and client service to clients.

Amanda McCabe, head of NHS healthcare at Sintons – hailed as a leading individual by Legal 500 and nationally regarded for her work with NHS Trusts, GPs and dentists – said: “We are delighted to extend our relationship with NHS SBS.

“As truly specialist healthcare advisors, we act for growing numbers of organisations and individuals across the country, with our understanding of the intricacies and complexities of the NHS ensuring we stand out in the marketplace.

“We are very proud of our hard-earned reputation for our support of the NHS and healthcare more widely, and continue to build our presence in this very specialist area of work. We look forward to developing our relationship with NHS SBS further still as we support them in achieving their ambitious cost savings targets for the NHS.”

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