|9.20||Welcome to Lord’s|
Andrew Strauss OBE, Director England Cricket
|9.30||Building the Business – case study from leading private patient unit|
|10.00||Maximising Private Patient income|
|11.00||The benefits of a bespoke PPU|
|11.45||Opportunities for growth and examination of the challenges within the private healthcare market|
|12.15||How managers can strategically drive up private patient revenue and quality of care|
|13.30||Attracting Consultants to your NHS PPU|
|14.00||How to make Private Patient services work in a busy NHS Trust|
|14.30||The importance of a private patient website and marketing|
Livesey Solar, Practice Builders
|15.15||Strengthening your relationships with Private Medical Insurers and understanding the inner workings of the Health Insurance Market|
|16.45||Close & drinks reception|
Lord's Cricket Ground
St John's Wood Rd
020 7616 8500
Lord’s is very close to the centre of London – just under 1 mile from Baker Street – and easy to reach by road, tube and bus. St John’s Wood is the closest tube station (approximately 5 minutes’ walk), and Baker Street, Warwick Avenue, Marylebone and Edgware Road are all within 15 minutes’ walk. Visitors travelling to and from central London are advised to alight or board Underground services at Baker Street station and follow a signed walking route at street level. During major events at Lord’s, St John’s Wood station is very busy and a queuing system to enter the station post-match will be in place.
Lord’s is also well served by buses, and several routes run alongside the Ground.
The chic St John’s Wood High Street and the charming and tranquil Regent’s Park are only a few minutes’ walk from Lord’s, and there are plenty of bars and restaurants within easy reach of the Ground. St John’s Wood is also famous for the Abbey Road Studios, a mecca for Beatles fans.
Before making any journey to the Ground using Bus, Tube, London Overground or Docklands Light Rail, it's worth checking the TFL Live Travel News.
The following stations are all within fifteen minutes’ walk of the Ground:
Baker Street – Bakerloo, Circle, Jubilee, Metropolitan, Hammersmith & City lines (15 mins)
St. John’s Wood – Jubilee line (5 mins)
Warwick Avenue – Bakerloo line (10 mins)
Marylebone – Bakerloo line (10 mins)
Edgware Road – Bakerloo, Circle, District and Hammersmith & City lines (15 mins)
Those travelling by Tube to or from Lord’s requiring step free access are advised to use local bus services from the following stations:
Kilburn (Jubilee line) - Number 189 bus from stop B (on Shoot-up Hill)
Golders Green (Northern line) - Number 13 bus from stop GF (within bus station outside the station entrance)