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NHS East Midlands

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NHS East Midlands remains a statutory body, within the new cluster. It was formally established on 1 July 2006, replacing the former Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Strategic Health Authority andTrent Strategic Health Authority.We ensure that local health systems operate effectively and efficiently for our population of 4.3 million people. This includes making certain that national standards and priorities are met so that the population of the East Midlands is cared for in high quality, safe environments and services are continuously improved and developed. An absolute priority for us is improving health and reducing inequalities.The East Midlands has nine Primary Care Trusts (PCTs), whichhave beenbrought together into five clusters.They are the leaders of the local health communities and are responsible for commissioning health and healthcare services for their local population. These organisations hold their community's share of the regional NHS budget of £6 billion. They serve a range of rural, inner city and urban populations.The East Midlands has nine Primary Care Trusts (PCTs), whichhave beenbrought together into five clusters.They are the leaders of the local health communities and are responsible for commissioning health and healthcare services for their local population. These organisations hold their community's share of the regional NHS budget of £6 billion. They serve a range of rural, inner city and urban populations.
NHS East Midlands remains a statutory body, within the new cluster. It was formally established on 1 July 2006, replacing the former Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Strategic Health Authority andTrent Strategic Health Authority.We ensure that local health systems operate effectively and efficiently for our population of 4.3 million people. This includes making certain that national...
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Octavia House

NHS East Midlands