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dc.contributor.authorGreater Glasgow Health Board*
dc.descriptionThis was a year of considerable significance for the Board. Two major developments captured the attention of the public. First, the Board had to live with the consequences of a major step towards the goal of SHARE parity. This meant that the Board's revenue allocation for 1989/90 was some £12 million less than it was originally anticipated as progress was made to putting all Health Boards on an equitable footing. This called for sound financial management and the Board benefited from its prudent housekeeping in recent years . Second, the Board concluded and consulted on four major service strategies. When these are in place, Greater Glasgow will have comprehensive plans on a city-wide basis, for the delivery of health services. Together with the strategies already completed Greater Glasgow will have reviewed in the last four years the services for 12,000 beds.en
dc.format30 p.
dc.publisherGreater Glasgow Health Boarden
dc.subjectstrategic planningen
dc.titleAnnual report statement of accounts and directory for the year ended 31 March 1990en
dc.typeAnnual Reporten

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