£12million primary care trust debt wiped by Government

PATIENTS in North Somerset can look forward to improving services after the primary care trust historic debt was wiped by the Government.

PATIENTS in North Somerset can look forward to improving services after the primary care trust historic debt was wiped by the Government.

The PCT had previously been £12million in the red.

The primary care trust (PCT) and the health trust have been bailed out by the South West Strategic Health Authority.

The trust's chief executive, Chris Born, said: "This is great news for patients as we will be able to focus on improving services and facilities.


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