Scotland launches two NPDs


The Scottish government has approved funding for two new health centres to be delivered under the non-profit distributing (NPD) model.

Deputy First Minister John Swinney has allocated £38m of government money to invest in Clydebank Health Centre and Greenock Health and Care Centre, with the two projects being delivered in one procurement.

“These projects will provide economic regeneration in both areas and by combining these two projects, we estimate that we are able to save over £4m in capital and revenue costs,” said Swinney.

The money has been allocated to NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde and represents double the amount the organisation initially received under the Scottish government’s extension of the NPD programme announced in November.

In October last year, Swinney unveiled a new £1bn pipeline of investment through the NPD programme, and the following month over £400m was identified for health projects.

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