UK plans 17% three-year increase in minor surgery
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK's Department of Health has announced plans aimed at increasing minor surgery activity by 17% in three years. Backing the initiative, the local details of which will be announced in the next few weeks, are plans to expand the network of diagnostic and treatment centres (DTCs) and the surgical capacity of family practices.
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