NHS LPP statement: COVID-19


 

NHS LPP is working tirelessly to ensure the NHS gets the business advice and support it needs to deal with coronavirus. We are contacting our entire supplier base to request their resilience plans which we will share with our members. From next week, we will also be launching a new COVID-19: NHS LPP update which we will email out on a weekly basis.  The update will include useful information on how each of our work areas are supporting trusts, how we are working with suppliers and answers to your questions. 

 

We are also building our own staff resilience plans to ensure services remain uninterrupted in the event that coronavirus impacts our organisation.  Please continue to reach out to your regular contact in NHS LPP, however if you do not receive a response please refer to our Contact Us page or please email customer@lpp.nhs.uk This inbox will be monitored around the clock to ensure we continue to receive your enquiries and maintain our high standard of service.

 

The team at NHS London Procurement Partnership

 

 

 

11-03-20    LPP

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