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£201m for Scottish NHS e-health

12th March 2008

The Scottish government has announced that health boards across the country are to receive £201m to spend in areas such as e-health, primary care and community care premises in the next financial year.

The cash boost is part of a wider investment of £525m in capital funding to upgrade equipment, IT systems, and facilities. The rest of the health funding will go towards new buildings or improving existing facilities. Projects include a new 24-bed community hospital at Bonar Bridge in Sutherland and a new day surgery centre at Raigmore Hospital in Inverness.

 

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Title: £201m for Scottish NHS e-health
Author: Laura E
Article Id: 5961
Date Added: 12th Mar 2008

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