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TV for FM in healthcare facilties

20 May 2009

The Healthcare Facilities Consortium (HFC) has launched to showcase best practice in healthcare facilities in first ever dedicated TV channel to healthcare FM

The Healthcare Facilities Consortium has joined forces with HealthExecTV to launch the first ever dedicated channel to healthcare FM – is a new online TV channel dedicated to promoting best practice in healthcare facilities, and can be viewed by anyone wishing to see the latest trends and issues facing Healthcare FM, whether or not a member of HFC.

This is must-see viewing for all professionals with an interest in the maintenance of high-quality healthcare environments. The channel will include best practice video case studies of new innovations and success stories which will be featured alongside ministerial and advisory interviews on the latest policy and guidance impacting on healthcare facilities. The viewer can keep up to date with the biggest topics in health facilities: sustainability and energy efficiency; deep cleaning and infection control; estates management; health and safety, and more...

All programming is free to view and immediately accessible at any place and any time. Keynote speakers already participating in interviews for include:

• David Nicholson, NHS Chief Executive
• Rob Smith, Director of Estates and Facilities, Department of Health
• David Pencheon, Director of the NHS Sustainable Development Commission
• Carina Bale, National Chair for the Association of Healthcare Cleaning Professionals

For a preview of video content on Focused-FM.TV, please use the programme links below. You will only need to register once to access all the programming, free of charge.

Visit to view more keynote interviews and best practice case studies.

The Healthcare Facilities Consortium (HFC) is a dedicated membership organisation focusing on Healthcare Facilities Management in the UK and Ireland. It provides a range of member’s services including best practice guides, the leading Document and Policy exchange for healthcare, a range of benchmarking services, FM software services, including the market leading ‘Credits 4 Cleaning’, ‘Eclipse FM’ and ‘Apollo FM’ software systems, and a range of value added services and discounted providers offering significant savings to the NHS. All members now receive insurance services as part of membership. ‘Focused-FM’ is a brand service mark of HFC and is used to support joint services with partners looking to add value to Healthcare Facilities, where those services are ‘Focused on FM’.

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