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The Department of Health has awarded funding of £60m to improve care environments at 176 hospices across England.
The Department of Health is to invest £800m in medical research through NHS and university partnerships managed by the National Institute for Health Research, including four new Biomedical Research Units.
The Department of Health is to invest a further £400m in mental health care, through the launch of a new Mental Health Outcomes Strategy.
The Department of Health is planning to invest £130m in telecare and home adaptations, in order to help 130,000 people needing home care.
The Department of Health is to invest £150m in the development of a chain of dementia clinics in hospitals, surgeries and high streets across England over the next five years.
The Department of Health is to proceed with plans to build a network of 150 polyclinics, and the GP-led health centres will be open seven days a week.
The Department of Health has announced plans to build a £13m community hospital at Ashford in Kent, as well as two other hospitals at Finchley and Eltham in London.
The Department of Health is to invest £105m in clinical and GP services, including new practices in Birmingham, Bristol, Bury, Coventry, Gateshead, Lancashire, London, Middlesbrough, Rotherham, Somerset and Telford.
The Department of Health has invited local authorities to bid for £80m of funding to build care housing for the elderly and people with long-term conditions.
The Department of Health has announced a £170m programme to train an extra 3,600 psychological therapists, in order to improve services for people with depression and anxiety disorders.
The Department of Health has announced proposals to open 150 new health centres and 100 GP practices, while existing practices will be encouraged to open on Saturday mornings.
The Department of Health is to award £97m to NHS trusts across the country to invest is security systems and personal safety training.
The Department of Health has announced a £67m fund to invest in the refurbishment of up to 7,000 care homes for older people across England.
The Department of Health has announced that the NHS has been allocated £8bn to invest in new health services over the next 12 months, including schemes such as a £8m health centre in Newcastle and a £3.2m renal unit at Doncaster Royal Infirmary.
The Department of Health is to provide funding of £45m for the development of four new community hospitals in Bristol, Minehead, Gosport and Sunderland.
The Department of Health has announced plans to invest £450m in the development of new Biomedical Research Centres in London, Oxford, Cambridge, Liverpool and Newcastle over the next five years.
The Department of Health has approved plans for the development of six new PFI hospitals in Leicester, Torbay, Tameside & Glossop, Salford, Walsall and North Staffordshire.
The Department of Health has unveiled plans to invest £750m in community hospital schemes across the country over the next five years, in order to make it easier for patients to undergo blood tests and minor operations.
The Department of Health is to award £25m to NHS ambulance trusts across England to invest in new control room technology and vehicles that will improve response times.
The Department of Health is considering plans to significantly expand the role of the private sector in the provision of pathology services and blood tests to the NHS.
The Department of Health is to invest £100m in the modernisation of NHS dental practices over the next two years.
The Department of Health has announced government plans to invest £100m in stem cell research over the next two years, in order to support centres of excellence, the UK Stem Cell Bank, cell production facilities and NHS clinical research.
The Department of Health has approved initial proposals for a £190m redevelopment programme at West London Mental Health Trust's Broadmoor hospital in Berkshire.
The Department of Health has awarded a share of £60m to 19 councils across the country, under the Partnership for Older People scheme, which will involve the development of various health centres and home support services.
The Department of Health is planning to invest £130m in the modernisation of mental health facilities across the country, and will start allocating funds next year.
The Department of Health is to proceed with plans for the development of more privately-operated surgical centres, and a £500m contract to treat 250,000 patients a year is due to be announced.
The Department of Health is to commission a further 250,000 operations a year from the private sector, which will involve the development of additional independent treatment centres and a £400m annual investment in diagnostics.
The Department of Health has announced plans to set up seven walk-in health centres near railway stations in London, Manchester, Leeds and Newcastle, and is seeking independent operators.
The Department of Health has awarded a £100m contract to OR International of the US to build and operate a fast-track surgical hospital at Shepton Mallet.
The Department of Health is planning to introduce legislation that will allow supermarkets to open 24-hour pharmacies.
The Department of Health has announced plans for the development of 14 more PFI hospitals at a cost of more than £4bn, including projects worth £1bn on Merseyside.
The Department of Health is to invest £7m in new heart treatment facilities in Newcastle, while hospitals in Dorset and Somerset will receive similar amounts.
The Department of Health is to spend £3.4m on a recruitment drive for radiographers, in order to alleviate the current shortage in NHS hospitals.
The Department of Health has announced plans to open a further 11 walk-in health centres over the next two years.
The Department of Health has announced a £50m funding package to develop the use of genetics in health care over the next three years, including the upgrade of genetics laboratories throughout the country.
The Department of Health is to spend up to £182m on the expansion of the NHS Direct telephone advice line and online services by 2006, in order to provide more capacity and double the number of calls.
The Department of Health is planning legislation for the creation of community-owned foundation hospitals, and existing healthcare companies will also be invited to become public interest companies.
The Department of Health is to acquire Life Resources, the US-owned group of 24 blood donor centres, for up to £70m, in order to ensure future supplies of blood plasma.
The Department of Health is to invite private healthcare companies to build 10 ophthalmic centres, 10 general surgical centres and seven orthopaedic centres, as part of a strategy to cut waiting times.