News story: NHS gets funding green light for new buildings, wards and beds

first_img Midlands and East Norfolk and Waveney Up to £0.6 million The government is also releasing £150 million to support the NHS’s work to become more efficient. This additional money will be used to: Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Jeremy Hunt said: South Hampshire and Isle of Wight Up to £10.3 million South Somerset Up to £79.4 million South Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire and Berkshire Up to £2 million improve the use of a digital programme that helps the NHS use its workforce better enable more efficient use of energy in hospitals, which could save the NHS £12 million a year in the first 3 years improve pharmacy IT and administration systems to reduce medication errors and improve patient safety South Devon Up to £26.2 million Region STP Scheme Value South Sussex and East Surrey Up to £19.3 million Midlands and East The Black Country Up to £3.3 million North West Yorkshire Up to £15.0 million Midlands and East Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin Up to £312 million South Gloucestershire Up to £39.5 million The funding was announced today by Secretary of State for Health and Social Care Jeremy Hunt. It is the biggest investment of its kind in the NHS in over 10 years. The NHS will spend the money on programmes to meet local demand, such as new urgent care centres and refurbishing mental health facilities.The Shropshire, Telford and Wrekin sustainability and transformation partnership (STP) will receive £300 million to transform local hospital services. It proposes to use the funding to develop an emergency care site and a separate planned care site, with 24-hour urgent care centres at both sites.The remainder of the money will be awarded to 39 smaller projects, including: South Devon Up to £13.3 million 40 NHS hospitals and community services to receive STP capital funding: South Hampshire and Isle of Wight Up to £3 million Midlands and East Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Luton Up to £6 million North West Yorkshire Up to £6.1 million Midlands and East Suffolk and North East Essex Up to £3.4 million London North West London Up to £2.1 million North West Yorkshire Up to £1.5 million London North West London Up to £2.1 million South Kent & Medway Up to £8.5 millioncenter_img North Lancashire and South Cumbria Up to £31.2 million Midlands and East The Black Country Up to £9 million London South West London Up to £9.8 million Midlands and East Suffolk and North East Essex Up to £69 million £6 million to upgrade services of 8 trusts across Yorkshire £8 million for a new health and wellbeing centre to join up local NHS services in Kent £13 million for 2 new urgent care centres in Newton Abbot and Torquay, and refurbishment of Torbay Hospital’s A&E department several million pounds for local NHS services in London, including one project worth up to £11 million London South West London Up to £2.7 million South Kent & Medway Up to £6 million As the NHS approaches its 70th birthday, we are backing it with one of the largest capital programmes in NHS history. As well as a whole new emergency care development in Shropshire, we are backing local NHS services with new buildings, beds and wards so that staff who have been working incredibly hard over winter can have confidence we are expanding capacity for the future. Further major projects are also under consideration across the country and we intend to announce one large scale scheme the size of the Shrewsbury and Telford plan every year going forward based on high-quality plans coming forward from local NHS leaders. Midlands and East Milton Keynes, Bedfordshire and Luton Up to £1.1 million London South West London Up to £2.15 million Midlands and East Derbyshire Up to £6.5 million South Kent & Medway Up to £1.5 million London South West London Up to £11.1 million South Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire Up To £7.5 million South Kent & Medway Up to £1 million North West Yorkshire Up to £2 million South Bristol, North Somerset, South Gloucestershire Up to £2 million South Kent & Medway Up to £2.5 million South Surrey Heartlands Up to £0.5 million Midlands and East Suffolk and North East Essex Up to £14.7 million South Hampshire and Isle of Wight Up to £17.5 million North Humber, Coast and Vale Up to £7.5 million London North Central London Up to £0.3 millionlast_img read more

GLENSWILLY GAA MINOR BOARD PRESENTATIONS – PIC SPECIAL

first_imgKyle Diver receives the U15 Donegal Development Squad Award. ALL PICS BY KIND PERMISSION OF GERALDINE DIVER Glenswilly Under 12 Team Glenswilly Girls Under 15 Team  Glenswilly Minor Boys Team Glenswilly Under 10’s Glenswilly Girls Under 13 teamCormac Callaghan receives The Special Achievment Award from Michael Murphy.Donegal Development Under 14 Players, Shane Mc Devitt, Mark Mc Ginty and Conor FaulGlenswilly Minor Girls Team. PICS BY GERALDINE DIVERGlenswilly Under 14 boys teamGlenswilly boys Under 13 TeamGLENSWILLY GAA MINOR BOARD PRESENTATIONS – PIC SPECIAL was last modified: December 23rd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:Glenswilly GAAMinor Board presentationslast_img read more