UK announces £3.1 billion hospital development programme
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK government has launched a £3.1 billion ($4.5 billion) hospital building and modernisation programme. Twenty-nine schemes have been approved with the aim of increasing the capacity and quality of healthcare under the National Health Service (NHS), as set out in the national plan in July 2000.
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