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Community matrons up 29%

3rd June 2008

The number of community matrons employed by primary care trusts seems to be increasing in relation to case managers, according to new figures.

Between 2006/07 there was a 29% increase in the numbers of matrons. Health minister Ann Keen reported to the House of Commons that there were 1,890 community matrons in in comparison to 1,725 case managers.


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Article Information

Title: Community matrons up 29%
Author: Jess Laurence
Article Id: 6982
Date Added: 3rd Jun 2008


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