Short cuts £40m earmarked to put an end to mixed-sex wards

The government is directing £40m of this year's £1.1bn NHS capital investment programme towards eliminating mixed-sex wards. Health secretary Frank Dobson, who described the allocation as 'the first real-terms increase in capital for the NHS in the last five years', said 95 per cent of health authorities should be able ...

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