UK ploughs £93 million into cardiac care - plus eight catheterisation laboratories
This article was originally published in Clinica
The UK Department of Health today (October 1 2003) approved plans to extend the cardiac surgery and intensive care facilities at three hospitals, backed by funding totalling £93m ($155m). Under a separate £125m scheme, health secretary John Reid also gave the go-ahead for the construction of eight new cardiac catheterisation laboratories.
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