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26/02/2015
Public Accounts Committee chair Margaret Hodge has said that initial planning for the Better Care Fund was “deeply flawed”.
26/02/2015
Primary Health Properties has been contracted to fund the development of and acquire two medical centres in Wales.
26/02/2015
Octopus Healthcare is funding an Ashford-based £30 million private hospital.
26/02/2015
A scheme to build two specialist care homes has been abandoned by York City Council due to financial restraints.
26/02/2015
The Portland Hospital for Women & Children has been granted permission for a link bridge that will enable the hospital to increase in size.
26/02/2015
Cabot Square Capital has exited its investment in Signature Senior Lifestyle through a management buyout backed by Health Care REIT.
26/02/2015
Mark Harrison has left domiciliary care provider City & County Healthcare where he held the post of group finance director.
25/02/2015
Andrew Gore has left the post of chief operations officer at Spire Healthcare.


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