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Regional Health Authorities (London)

Volume 981: debated on Wednesday 19 March 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what was the total amount of money allocated to each of the four Greater London regional health authorities for the latest year available; how these allocations compare per head of population with the national average; and what proportion of this money he estimates will be spent on teaching hospitals.

The following table gives the four Thames regional health authorities' combined revenue and capital cash limits for 1979–80 and a per capita comparison with the national average:—

Combined revenue and capital cash limit £ million
North-West Thames RHA436·552
North-East Thames RHA483·620
South-East Thames RHA455·036
South-West Thames RHA355·611
England5,201·830
Per head of population £
North-West Thames RHA127·19
North-East Thames RHA130·86
South-East Thames RHA127·72
South-West Thames RHA124·55
England112·23
Details of allocations to teaching hospitals are not held centrally. This is a matter for the health authorities concerned.