NHS in Wiltshire ends financial year with £3.2m surplus

The NHS in Wiltshire has ended the financial year with a surplus of £3.2m.

It means that the organisation achieved its financial targets for the year.

Chairman of NHS Wiltshire, Tony Barron said he was "very proud" of the result.

He said: "It's a tribute to the work of every member of our staff who work hard to ensure that all departments remain focussed on delivering excellent services and value for money for patients in what is now one of the healthiest counties in the region."

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