Patients to benefit from £325 million investment in NHS transformation projects

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Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt and NHS England boss Simon Stevens yesterday (19th July) announced £325m of capital investment for local projects that will help the NHS to modernise and transform care for patients.

Speaking at the King’s Fund, Mr Hunt and Mr Stevens gave the green light to local capital investment schemes in 15 areas of the country, including Mid and South Essex STP, Suffolk and North East Essex STP, Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Luton STP, and Norfolk and Waveney STP.

Patients will see this investment deliver faster diagnosis for conditions like cancer, easier access to mental health care, expansion of A&Es, shorter waits for operations, and more services in GPs surgeries.

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Published 20th July, 2017

 

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