We are HEFMA

The Health Estates and Facilities Management Association (HEFMA) was formed in the early 1990s as a branch-based network of Estates and Facilities Professionals working in the NHS. 

Leadership Development Forum

The 2022 HEFMA Leadership Forum

Record-breaking adventurer and motivational speaker, Alex Staniforth delivered a superb opening presentation on resilience, drawing from his own personal experience.

Vibrant accompanying exhibition

The HEFMA Leadership Forum was well supported by suppliers demonstrating a wide range of products and equipment in the accompanying exhibition.

Enjoy the benefits of being a HEFMA member:

  • Join regular branch meetings meet with managers working in the Estates and Facilities environment.
  • Access to the HEFMA website members area
  • Access to Training and Development Bursaries
“Being an active member of my local HEFMA Branch has given me more leadership experience and has become part of my personal and professional development”
Amit Mistry
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust

Our Magazine

• Meet HEFMA's new National Chair
• Managing the Best Patient Outcome
• Fasten up, there's turbulence ahead
• IoT: The key to creating future-ready hospitals

Find a coach or mentor to help develop your career within the NHS with the HEFMA Coaching & Mentoring programme.

  • Select your coach or mentor to match the skills you want to develop and your location
  • Free service to members!

Knowledge Base

Visit our knowledge base for latest consultations, shared policy documents and more information to help you in your role.

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