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Friday Networking Luncheon

September 3, 2021 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm


Friday Networking Luncheon

3rd September 1:00pm, El Pastor 66-70 Brewer St W1F 9UP, Soho

Guest: Mr Stephen J. Collier

The LCA is glad to re-launch its face-face events with the lifting of restrictions. No doubt many of you have been exhausted with virtual events on Zoom and are eager to attend dinners and luncheons in person.

With that being said, we bring to you our first “in person” event, our Friday Networking Luncheon at El Pastor in Soho on 66-70 Brewer St, W1F 9UP.

These luncheons provide an informal and more intimate setting than our Influential Speaker Series dinners, with distinguished speakers from within the medical industry in a roundtable format at an exclusive club in London offering fine dining and drinks – all on a Friday afternoon and for only £60

These luncheons are exclusive to LCA members and limited in places thus if you wish to reserve a place, you may email the LCA office (office@consultants.org).

If you wish to become a member of the LCA member and attend this luncheon and our other exclusive LCA member events, such as Medico-Legal Expert Witness breakfast meetings at Hempsons solicitors or receive discounted rates at our dinners at the Athenaeum and with FIPO appraisals, please read, complete and return our Membership form below to the same email address as above.


LCA Membership


Mr. Stephen Collier

Stephen is an active non-executive director across public-sector and private-sector health and care organisations.   He is Chairman of Eden Futures, the private equity backed supported living provider; Chairman of NHS Professionals, the Department of Health owned flexible workforce provider (globally the largest provider of contingent healthcare workforce[1]); Chairman of Healthcare Purchasing Alliance (a joint venture between Aviva and Vitality that negotiates on their behalf with private hospital providers); and Senior Independent Director and Chair of Workforce and Education at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.


With his background in private-equity owned healthcare, Stephen has also become a go-to advisor on UK healthcare to investors and operators and was one of the Independent Advisors to the Paterson Inquiry which reported last year.


Stephen practised as a barrister before choosing healthcare management as his executive career.  That career saw him working internationally before being appointed as Group Chief Executive of BMI Healthcare, the UK’s largest private hospital company, a post he held for four years.

[1] As rated by Talint Partners International