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For help with an employment problem

If you’re an MiP member and need support with a problem at work, please go to our Get Help page. 

To contact our media team

If you're a member of the press, broadcast or web media, or want to know more about our magazine, Healthcare Manager, please visit our Media Contacts page.

To update your details

If you’re an MiP member and want to update your details on our database, use our Update Your Details form.
All other enquiries

If you’re an MiP member and need advice or help with an employment problem, visit our Get Help page. 

To contact an individual team member, visit Our Team to find the contact you need.

For all other enquiries, contact head office at:

Head office address

MiP, Ebbark House, 93-95 Borough High Street, London SE1 1NL.

The nearest stations are London Bridge and Borough.

From London Bridge station: Use the exits marked “Borough High Street” from the tube or mainline stations, and head south on Borough High Street (away from the river), passing Borough Market on your right-hand side. Keep left at the fork with Southwark Street, and the MiP office is about 100m further on the left-hand side, just after The George pub.

From Borough tube station (Northern Line): Leave by the Borough High Street exit and head north (towards St George the Martyr church). The MiP offices are 300m up on the right hand side, opposite the war memorial.



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The health secretary's plans to cut 5,500 management jobs to fund community services if the Conservatives win the general election have been criticised as "not credible" by Labour and "paper thin" by MiP.
25th Jun 2024
By MiP

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