SEHTA has launched The London MedTech Directory & Review in partnership with the Mayor of London’s office and supported by MedCity. The directory, which identifies who is in the sector, where they are and what they do, will be updated each year to keep pace with the growth of the MedTech sector in London.

Launched at the London MedTech: Realising the Potential event at City Hall on 15th March, the directory offers comment on particular sub-sectors which are emerging, and some thoughts for the future.

Dr David Parry, CEO, SEHTA said; “London is a global city with all parts of the health and care jigsaw puzzle in abundance. The London MedTech Partnership is working to put the pieces together and the Review and Directory is one of those important corner pieces”.

Rajesh Agrawal, Deputy Mayor for Business, said: “London is home to some of the most innovative health technology companies alongside globally significant universities and research organisations. The Directory and Review identifies some of the key players in the London health scene, particularly the small companies who are responsible for much of the innovation in the sector. I am pleased to support the publication of this directory – a great way to find contacts and start collaborations for the benefit of the London economy and the health of its citizens”.

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About the partners

South East Health Technologies Alliance
Founded in 2005, the South East Health Technologies Alliance (SEHTA) is now one of the biggest health technology networking organisations in the country. Since its inception, is has grown to 1300 members from 20 different countries. SEHTA provides significant support to companies, universities and public and private health providers through publicly-funded resources and programmes and private consultancy services.

SEHTA has built excellent relationships with Academia, Business and Care/Clinicians and it sees itself in a unique position as the interface between them. The company has particular expertise in digital health.

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For all media enquiries please contact Clare Ansett, Head of Marketing South East Health Technologies Alliance

Greater London Authority
The GLA was established by the GLA Act in 1999 with the remit of ensuring that economic development is delivered according to the Mayor’s economic development strategy. One of the priority areas in this strategy is health and sport.

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For all media enquiries please contact Jonathan Weisgard, Senior Press Officer Mayor of London’s Press Office