The Environmental Sustainability Special Interest Group works to highlight good practice in embedding environmental and social sustainability in the NHS and the wide range of benefits this offers including operating within safe financial and environmental limits, to developing robust, resilient and future proof models of prevention and care. 

The group’s membership includes representatives from provider and commissioner bodies in the NHS, as well as the Sustainable Development Unit (SDU), NHS England and Improvement, the Prince’s Accounting for Sustainability Project (A4S) and independent consultants.

Remaining 2021 meeting dates:
Monday 5 July 2021
Monday 4 October 2021

Read our latest Environmental Sustainability round-up here.

Want to help your NHS organisation but not sure where to start?

Get in touch about the green mentor scheme! Raising awareness about environmental sustainability in the NHS can sometimes feel like an uphill struggle. Do you sometimes feel you could do with a helping hand or a point in the right direction? Many people in this position rely on a like-minded board member or senior clinician, but who can you turn to if there is no-one like this in your organisation? If this feels like you, then please get in touch with us here at HFMA. Our Environmental Sustainability Special Interest Group includes numerous current and former senior finance professionals who have the appropriate experience, networks and enthusiasm to help guide you. To find out more please contact charley.spicer@hfma.org.uk.