We are health sector legal experts working together with health and social care providers, commissioners and regulators. Our experience across the private and public sectors means we understand your rapidly changing environment.
Why choose Browne Jacobson's healthcare legal advice?
Our clients choose and stay with us because of our extensive healthcare sector knowledge, accessible advice, progressive approach to making healthcare legal services easier for our clients and our commitment to delivering exceptional service as our standard.
With a large team of healthcare lawyers operating nationwide, you can rely on us whether you need assistance on a national or local scale. We’re sure our specialist, pragmatic and bespoke healthcare legal advice will help you to achieve the results you are looking for.
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Frequently asked questions
Healthcare lawyers specialise in all legal matters related to healthcare. They may represent either healthcare providers such as NHS trusts, private hospitals, primary care and dentists in defence cases, or individuals who have suffered injuries or losses as claimants. We navigate complex healthcare regulations and legal frameworks to ensure fair resolutions for our healthcare provider clients.
Regulatory bodies in health and social care oversee and ensure the professionalism and competency of healthcare and social work professionals. For example, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) regulates various healthcare professionals, including therapists, scientists, and social workers in England.