Why Join?

  • Learn about what’s coming in terms of national policy work that will impact on the delivery of elective orthopaedics.
  • Benchmark your performance against other members of the NOA.
  • Contribute to a more streamlined national measurement of orthopaedic outcomes.
  • Ensure your voice is heard at the political level.
  • Promote best practice by sharing information.
  • Develop your clinical networks.
  • Keep abreast of innovations within the sector.
  • Ensure your perspective on key issues reaches a broader audience.

Who can join the alliance?

Any NHS organisation providing orthopaedic care within the UK can apply. Other organisations involved in orthopaedics such as professional bodies, patient groups and charities can apply and will be considered on a case by case basis.

How do i join the national orthopaedic alliance?

Email us to enquire about joining the Alliance.

Is there a membership fee?

The membership fee is £10,000 per annum per trust. Collaborations of trusts and other professional bodies, charities and patient groups are subject to different fees – for details please email us.

Services

The National Orthopaedic Alliance will:

  • Continue to develop of a set of quality standards that Members can measure their Trusts performance against.
  • Create a forum for sharing best practice.
  • Facilitate a buddying scheme to aid development and improvement and provide bespoke training and development opportunities for our members.
  • Influence National Tariff and its application to orthopaedic care, particularly specialist activity.
  • Develop clinical networks.
  • Benchmark Members performance.
  • Contribute to a more streamlined national measurement of orthopaedic outcomes.
  • Ensure Members voices are heard at the political level ensuring their perspective on key issues reaches a broader audience.
  • Highlight to our members what’s coming in terms of national policy work that will impact on the delivery of elective orthopaedics keeping abreast of innovations within the sector.