Our people 

Our people are our greatest asset and we’re proud of the talented team we have recruited to Health Innovation Network. We are recognised as an ‘excellent’ workplace by the London Healthy Workplace Charter scheme and we work hard to offer a healthy working environment for our staff.

Our passionate team has expertise from across the health and care, public, private and commercial sectors.

Our board is responsible for making sure that 
Health Innovation Network lives up to our high standards.

We’re always on the look-out for passionate people who value innovation and want to spread new ideas across the health and care system.


Our Values


Our members

Our membership is made up of 55 health and care organisations across 12 south London boroughs, including NHS providers, clinical commissioning groups, local authorities, care homes and academic institutions organisations from across south London’s academic, local government and health and social care landscape.

Our partners

Hosted by Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, we are part of the NHS and we have a unique role to connect the NHS with industry. We also work closely with our partners, including the other AHSNs, our local Academic Health Science Centre (AHSC) and our commissioning bodies. Find out more about how we work with our local Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) and AHSC here.

Branching out

We have collaborated with regional, national and international bodies to drive innovation including:

  • National commissioners such as NHS England and NHS improvement, NHSE London region, NHS Digital, NHSX, the Office for Life Sciences, Department for International Trade.

  • Other AHSNs to share our learning and to bring innovations, proven to work elsewhere, to our members and local population.

  • London-wide partners such as MedCity, Greater London Authority and the Mayor of London.

  • Industry partners including pharmaceutical companies and technology leaders

  • Research organisations including NIHR Applied Research Collaborations, King’s Health Partners, St. Georges University of London, Kingston University and London South Bank University.
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