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National Heart Forum

Victoria House, 7th Floor
Southampton Row
London WC1B 4AD

Phone: 020 7831 7420
Fax: 020 3077 5964
Email: [email protected]

Location: How to find us


Frequently asked questions

Q: What do we do? 

The National Heart Forum (NHF) is a leading alliance of more than 70 national organisations working to reduce the risk of coronary heart disease and related conditions such as stroke, diabetes and cancer. Further information about us can be found  on the "Who we are" pages of the website. 

Q:  How are we funded? 

The National Heart Forum is an independent organisation and does not take money from commercial organisations or from the food, alcohol, tobacco, pharmaceutical or marketing industries.   

Our funding streams include grants, donations, legacies, policy and research activities and various funding bodies namely the Department of Health, The European Commission, the British Heart Foundation and other Government departments.

Q: Who are the NHF’s strategic partnerships?

They consist of consumer organisations, the Government, Chronic Disease charities, Professional organisations, Academia/Research, International Governmental Organisations and NGOs, Social Policy organisations.

Q: What are the disabled access arrangements for the NHF Offices?

A lift at the Bloomsbury Square entrance of the building enables access to our offices on the seventh floor.  Disabled facilities are available throughout the building.   Visit our "Contact us" page for more information.