New hospital building programme announced

Government launches largest hospital building programme in a generation, with a £2.8bn investment in six new hospitals

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NHS funding bill enters Parliament

The NHS Long Term Plan Funding Bill will enshrine in law an extra £33.9billion a year by 2024 for the NHS

£20bn NHS construction framework is announced

Latest iteration of the ProCure deal - P2020 - will create the next generation of hospitals and health centres

Green light for new £150m mental health facilities at Springfield University Hospital

South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust secure government approval to start work on two new state- ...

Comment: Building a futureproof healthcare system

John McDonald of GRAHAM explores how the healthcare construction sector can play its part in achieving efficiencies ...

£40m investment to reduce NHS staff log-in times

Government funding will save hours each day by improving how staff access computer systems

New crowd-funding initiative brings digital health innovators together

HEALTH CoLab will help to co-fund digital healthcare projects

Research highlights top investment areas for digital transformation in UK healthcare

Digital and mobile diagnostics, telemedicine, and smart hospitals key focus areas for healthcare services

Princess Royal visits Essex to mark fundraising drive for specialist autism centre

Six new homes will be specially designed to meet the needs of people on the autistic spectrum

Comment: Accommodating the care crisis

Jitesh Patel, senior development manager at Kajima, argues that the NHS needs to develop a new solution on a national ...

Comment: A smart start for smart hospitals

Gary Thompson, UK sales director for Siemens industries and markets at Siemens Financial Services (SFS), explores the ...

Private healthcare giant to be sold to smaller rival

BMI Healthcare to be bought out by hedge fund-owned Circle Health

Plan to transform London’s Cavendish Square into the ‘oasis’ of Oxford Street

£100m project will regenerate 1960s structure into a subterranean healthcare, wellness and retail destination