Cape Town signs new R593.7m health service agreement with provincial govt

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The Cape Town council said on Wednesday its health department had recently signed an agreement with the Western Cape provincial government setting out the funding available for personal primary health care services provided by the city. The annual agreement, which confirms the R593.7-million the department receives as a subsidy from the provincial government, aims to address shortcomings in the provision of municipal personal primary health care services and at improved health outcomes in the Cape metro health district in line with national, provincial and local government legislation.

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