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£1.4 million for SuRNICC in North Wales announced by First Minister

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More than £1.4 million to develop the plans for the new Sub Regional Neonatal Intensive Care Centre for North Wales (SuRNICC), a state-of-the-art unit to care for very sick and premature babies in North Wales, has today been announced by First Minister of Wales Carwyn Jones.
Friday 23 October 2015

The new capital funding from the Welsh Government will pay for upgrades to electrical infrastructure at the site of the SuRNICC at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd and an additional transport incubator for transferring the most critically ill and unstable babies.

The funding will also help Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board develop its outline business case for the SuRNICC.

During a visit to the site of the new SuRNICC, Carwyn Jones said:

"We want to provide the best possible standards of care and clinical outcomes for mothers and babies across North Wales.

"I’m delighted to be at Ysbyty Glan Clwyd to see developments on site and the impressive plans for the new SuRNICC. I’m sure the funding we’ve announced today will be a shot in the arm for the project.

"We expect the new site to open in 2018. It’s been great to visit today and I expect to see real progress being made when I visit next."

 

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