ⓘ Healthcare in Wiltshire. Victoria hospital in Swindon was established in 1887, at first with 12 beds, increasing to 22 by 1904, it finally closed in 2007. From ..

                                     

ⓘ Healthcare in Wiltshire

Victoria hospital in Swindon was established in 1887, at first with 12 beds, increasing to 22 by 1904, it finally closed in 2007.

From 1947 to 1974, the NHS services in Wiltshire were organized in the South-West Metropolitan regional hospital Board in the South-Western Boards area of responsibility Lyme Regis and the Oxford Regional hospital Board Marlborough and Swindon. In 1965 a new Board was formed for Wessex, which covers the areas Sarum and Wilton rural district of Amesbury, Wiltshire Tisbury and Salisbury and Wilton.

In 1974 the Council was abolished and replaced by regional health authorities, from all over Wiltshire under the building RSA. The regions were reorganized in 1996 and Dorset came under the southern and the regional health authorities of the West. Wiltshire had three area health authorities: Wiltshire, Salisbury and Oxford, from 1974 until 1994, when it was consolidated in one body for the bath and Wiltshire. Regional health authorities were reorganised and renamed strategic health authorities in 2002, Wiltshire was part of the Avon, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire Sha. In 2006, the regions were again reorganized and came under the Wiltshire NHS South West until it was cancelled in 2013. There was one primary care trust in the County.

Bath, Swindon, Wiltshire formed a sustainable development and transformation plan in March 2016, he headed from December 2019 Stephanie elsy, former leader of Southwark Council in London.