A funding boost delivered by the Scottish Government for NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde will support frontline health care and help meet new demands across Greater Glasgow and Clyde, Paisleys MSP, George Adam has said.
NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde is set to receive an extra £69.2 million spend compared to last year – taking the total investment from the SNP Scottish Government for the year ahead to £2154.5 million.
The commitment is part of a funding increase of over £400 million across Scotland – and NHS staff are also set to benefit from the ending of the public sector pay cap, boosting wages for hard working nurses, doctors, cleaners and clerical staff throughout the NHS.
Commenting, George said:
“The SNP in Government continues to deliver for our NHS in Paisley.
“The extra £69.2 million extra funding will ensure that Scotland continues to have the best performing NHS across the UK – with lower waiting times and higher patient satisfaction.
“NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde having an extra £69.2 million to play with in the coming year will be transformational for our communities – supporting frontline health care in Paisley and helping us meet new demands and pressures across primary, community and social care, as well as in mental health.
“And this SNP Scottish Government budget also delivers a pay rise for workers in our NHS – the only part of the UK to make such a commitment, proving that when it comes to supporting workers in our NHS, only the SNP can be trusted.”