About Us

We promote a holistic healthcare approach focusing on the mind, body, and soul to address underlying health issues, not just symptoms. We advocate for reconnecting with nature, personal responsibility, and viewing health as a future investment.

Empowered Health Networks, for The People, by The People


To create an integrative healthcare service at community level that empowers people to take responsibility for their own health and is affordable for all.


To facilitate the creation of a network of independent, integrated community health hubs that work collaboratively to empower and educate people to take responsibility for their own health.

Our Key Principles

At The People’s Health Alliance, treating others with respect is a fundamental principle that guides our interactions. We believe in listening with empathy, communicating with kindness, and appreciating the unique perspectives each person brings. By upholding this standard of respect, we not only acknowledge the inherent dignity in everyone but also cultivate a supportive and positive environment. This approach strengthens our community, allowing us to work harmoniously towards our shared goals, and reinforces the values of mutual respect and understanding that are so vital in today’s world.

Acting in the best interest of our clients and colleagues is fundamental to fostering trust and building strong, lasting relationships. It involves understanding their needs, offering thoughtful advice, and prioritising their wellbeing in every decision. By consistently placing the interests of those we serve and work with at the heart of our actions, we create a positive and supportive environment that benefits everyone involved.

Thriving through collaboration and effective communication is a key to unlocking collective potential and achieving remarkable results. By pooling diverse talents, ideas, and perspectives, and communicating openly and constructively, teams can overcome challenges and innovate in ways that individual efforts simply cannot match. This collaborative spirit, underpinned by strong communication, fosters a dynamic and supportive environment where everyone’s contributions are valued and success is shared.

Taking responsibility and owning our actions with integrity is a powerful demonstration of character. It involves acknowledging our role in both successes and challenges with honesty and a readiness to learn from every experience. Embracing this level of accountability not only earns us respect and trust from others but also fosters a culture of transparency and continuous improvement. By leading with integrity and taking ownership, we set a positive example, encouraging a responsible and proactive attitude in all aspects of work and life.

Recognising the equal value in every role is essential to creating a workplace where everyone feels valued and integral to the team’s success. This approach celebrates the diverse contributions that each person brings, regardless of their position. By appreciating the unique strengths and skills of every individual, we foster an inclusive and respectful environment. This not only boosts morale but also drives innovation and efficiency, as every team member feels empowered and valued in their role, contributing to the collective success.

Remaining lawful is a key pillar in upholding the highest standards of ethics and integrity in both personal and professional realms. This commitment reflects a deep respect for the frameworks that keep our society orderly and fair. By prioritising lawful conduct, individuals and organisations demonstrate their dedication to doing what is right and just, contributing to a safer and more harmonious community for everyone. 

Empowering and enabling others to take charge of their health is a profoundly positive and impactful act. It involves providing the tools, knowledge, and encouragement necessary for individuals to make informed decisions about their well-being. By doing so, we not only support them in achieving a healthier lifestyle but also inspire a sense of confidence and autonomy. This approach fosters a culture of proactive health management, where each person is equipped and motivated to take an active role in their health journey, leading to a happier, healthier community. 

Committing to continuous self-improvement and the pursuit of new knowledge is a journey that is as rewarding as it is enlightening. It reflects a proactive and open-minded attitude towards personal and professional development. Embracing this commitment means constantly seeking opportunities to grow, learn, and expand our horizons. This not only enhances our skills and understanding but also keeps us adaptable and forward-thinking. The joy and satisfaction derived from this lifelong learning process enriches our life and can positively influence those around us, creating a culture of continual growth and development.

Acknowledge that being truly holistic is to embrace and work with a range of therapies and
therapists; there is no ‘one size fits all’ approach and we must recognise the uniqueness of everyone when thinking about healthcare approaches.

Everyone has a right to good healthcare. We ask everyone within the PHA network to make provisions for those in low income situations, whether that be low cost clinic days during quieter times, pay it forward or barter schemes, or creating a volunteer rota as part of a hub, enabling practitioners to earn a living and people in the community still be supported.

Other focus areas of The People’s Alliance

We started with health and quickly realised that everything is connected and influences how successful we could be in each area of decentralised functions.

For example, our food impacts our health and health is a very important aspect of care. Each area that we, The People, focus our attention and energy on, creates a cross seeding ecosystem of interdependent projects with more individual security.

What The PHA do

What the PHA don’t do

Educate and empower people to take responsibility for their own health
Dictate the health choices available to people
Support the National Health Service
Replace the NHS or your GP services
Keep our services freely available to all who need it, inviting people to donate where they can
Prohibitive or predatory pricing
Facilitate the connections and support available through our networks
Gate-keep information or licence practitioners to do our bidding
Collaborate with other people and organisations who share our values and support or mission
Compete with our peers
Signpost to independent practitioners, hubs, and affiliated partners
Perform background or qualification checks on practitioners and hubs
Happy to work with all and any political parties and members
Align ourselves directly with any political organisation or pursue any political agenda
Offer information and advice via experts in their field of health
Diagnose or prescribe health solutions


No, we are a people-led movement that encourages local communities to set up their own local hubs filled with knowledgeable practitioners who offer a range of individualised health services.

Access to our website is free. The Health Hub Blueprint, Health Optimisation Programme and Detox Programme are gifted to you, free of charge as we feel very strongly that this information needs to be shared far and wide. We do have costs to cover and therefore ask for a donation to access the health workshops we host with our Partners. All money is split 50/50 and goes towards supporting our mission.

All of our resources are freely given. We also encourage each hub/practitioner to look at ways to support those in low-income situations, such as pay it forward schemes and fundraising options. We cover many ideas in our health hub blueprint.

Definitely not. Your contract is between you and your practitioner – we do not gather or hold any information about you at all. We are simply here to facilitate the connection.

We recognise the need for a new healthcare approach. One that takes a holistic view and brings power of choice back to the patient. We see the need to unify and connect with like-minded people and organisations who understand the importance of a people-led approach. One that puts the people first and who’s practitioners have a genuine desire to help.

Our role is one of facilitator – supporting those who wish to set up their own health hubs (whether under the PHA banner, or not), connecting patients with practitioners via our online directory and sharing a wealth of health information from our network of experienced practitioners, partners and affiliates in the form of webinars, workshops and articles on the website.

PHA do not provide any medical services ourselves, we simply facilitate the connections with healthcare practitioners at a primary care level. We are not in a position to support secondary or acute care at this stage.

We are aware that many people are concerned about the injuries caused by vaccines. Many doctors, scientists and practitioners are working very hard to develop protocols to help those who are suffering from various side effects.

We have a free Detox Programme that may support those with vaccine injuries, long covid and a range of inflammatory conditions. Please always seek medical advice in the first instance.

We have a hub blueprint that will be sent to you when you subscribe to our newsletter which will be a great starting point. We can also help to connect you with others who are establishing their own community hubs across the country via the Community Group Directory.

If there isn’t a hub in your area and you’d like to set up a group, feel free to check out our Community Hubs page under the Resources section.

By becoming part of a community hub, you will be working with like-minded individuals who genuinely want to make a difference to improving people’s health and wellbeing. You will be part of an ethical community focused on helping people discover what true health really means and you will have the freedom to support people in the way that works for you and your patients.

Maybe you have become disillusioned with the NHS in its current form or perhaps you also offer alternative health remedies that are not available on the NHS and want to work in an integrated way. Whatever drew you to the PHA, we are here to support you with the transition.

As a member of a community hub your contact details will be listed in the Practitioner Directory, giving you access to patients looking for your services. You will work in an ethical, patient-focused primary care setting with others pursuing the same vision.  All services will be supported equally – conventional medicine will work alongside holistic therapies – to offer a true integrated approach to health.

Business & Financial Transparency

The PHA is part of The People’s Alliance CIC, an apolitical organisation; not interested or involved in politics. Whilst we welcome the opportunity to work with all political party members across the UK, and will talk with all political parties, we do not align ourselves directly with any political organisation.

The PA is a registered Community Interest Company (CIC). This is a type of company structure specifically designed for social enterprises that aim to benefit the community or pursue charitable objectives, while also operating as a business.

One distinctive feature of a CIC is the “asset lock.” This means that the company’s assets and profits are dedicated to achieving its social objectives. If the company is dissolved, its assets must be transferred to another organisation with similar social goals.

A CIC is a legal entity registered under the Companies Act 2006 and regulated by the Office of the Regulator of Community Interest Companies (CIC Regulator). We have legal obligation to report on our social impact and financial performance and to submit an annual report to the CIC Regulator, providing details of our activities and demonstrating how we have benefited the community.