United Kingdom International Healthcare Management Association (UKIHMA) is a national membership organisation that brings together the best of UK healthcare expertise to offer international clients integrated turnkey solutions.
UKIHMA was established by Healthcare UK, the British government department promoting international trade and business delivery. We work closely with our partners in the UK Department of International Trade, Healthcare UK and UK Export Finance in offering a comprehensive portfolio of support from trusted specialists.
UKIHMA offers a single point of contact to a unique combination of skills and expertise spanning the world renowned NHS, prestigious academic institutions and a diverse range of commercial sector experts.
We recognise the fundamental importance of specialist clinical advice, education training and digital solutions in supporting our clients achieve their ambition for world class clinical care and patient experience. We offer specialist advice in the implementation of clinical delivery models from an integrated patient pathway through to strategic planning.
Our specialist commercial sector members work with clients to undertake feasibility studies with financing options through to the design, construction, commissioning, equipping and operating of world class healthcare facilities.
BISEN has worked with UKIHMA and its members since 2016, delivering consortium member business for healthcare projects in Africa and Asia such as hovercraft based ambulance, pharmaceutical supply and outreach healthcare clinics inclusive of in-country training and support. We are currently working on projects for diagnostic and treatment clinics and researching new equipment such as Sanilume upper air purifiers which have current world leading “Equivalent Air Changes Per Hour”. We are also assisting with the promotion Guy Deacon’s amazing solo journey through Africa to raise funds and awareness about Parkinson's disease. in aid of Parkinson's Africa.
Click here to find our more about his journey from Freetown in Sierra Leone, starting in March 2022.