Kilmarnock, UK. 14 February 2019. Transforming maternity and neonatal care across Scotland
Cabinet Secretary for Health Jeane Freemanl visits Crosshouse Hospital in NHS Ayrshire and Arran to announce a £12 million investment which will ensure mums, babies and other family members are all supported from pregnancy to birth and after.
This includes testing a new model for neonatal care for babies needing the most specialist treatment.
- COLIN D FISHER
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