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Cardiff revamp approved

16th January 2012

The Welsh government has given its approval to a £15.8 million plan to extend community care at the Cardiff Royal Infirmary.

Health Minister Lesley Griffiths said: "Approval of funding for the Cardiff Royal Infirmary (CRI) means the people of Cardiff can look forward to this city centre hospital being given a new lease of life. The building itself is a Cardiff landmark and this investment will put it back on the map as a vital part of the area's health service. In time, local people will be able to access many of the most commonly-required services under one roof."


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Article Information

Title: Cardiff revamp approved
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 20773
Date Added: 16th Jan 2012


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