The Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, announced a new programme for the construction of at least six new hospitals and improvements to over 20 more at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester last week.
This new programme, named the Health Infrastructure Plan, will allocated £2.8Bn worth of investment to six hospital trusts, for the express purpose of constructing new hospitals, as well as a further 21 trusts, for the simple purpose of refurbishments and upgrades.
Under the Health Infrastructure Plan the six hospital trusts building new hospitals, named as Barts Health Trust, Epsom and St Helier Trust, West Hertfordshire Trust, Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust, University Hospitals of Leicester Trust, and Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust, will receive £2.7Bn for their new hospitals.
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