Legal framework smoothed path to campus


Posted on February 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

By MATTHEW WOLTON, Partner, TPPlaw

The Malmesbury Integrated Healthcare Campus in Wiltshire is among the first to put into practice the Government’s stated aim of bringing healthcare into the community. The complex includes Athelstan House, an 80-bed care home.

Now officially in business following its opening late last year, it is a testament to what can be achieved by shared vision, negotiation, trust and confidence.

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