To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will give for each district health authority within Greater London the most recent manpower figures
|National Health Service nursing and midwifery, medical and dental and professional and technical staff in post for each district within Greater London as at 30 September 1988|
|Districts within Regional Health Authorities||Nursing and midwifery2||Medical and dental3||Professional and technical|
|North West Thames Regional Health Authority|
|Hounslow and Spelthorne||2,030||150||390|
|North East Thames Regional Health Authority|
|City and Hackney||2,620||360||720|
|South East Thames Regional Health Authority|
|Lewisham and North Southwark||3,550||530||930|
|South West Thames Regional Health Authority|
|Kingston and Esher||1,550||110||250|
|Richmond and Twickenham||1,260||80||290|
|Merton and Sutton||2,590||180||520|
expressed as whole-time equivalents for (a) nurses and midwives, (b) doctors and dentists and (c) professional and technical staff.
[holding answer 26 June 1990]: The requested information is shown in the table. September 1988 are the latest available data broken down to this level of detail.
Districts within Regional Health Authorities
Nursing and midwifery
Medical and dental
Professional and technical
|London Postgraduate Special Health Authorities||4,910||1,210||1,500|
1 All figures are independently rounded to the nearest ten (10) whole-time equivalents.
2 Includes agency.
3 Includes Permanent Paid, Honorary and Locum Staff. Excludes Consultants and Senior Registrars in Non-Teaching District Health Authorities and Senior Registrars in Teaching District Health Authorities. These staff have their contracts with the Regional Health Authority and are included with the Regional total. North West Thames Region excludes 80 (whole-time equivalents) Hospital consultants because of insufficient information.
Source: Department of Health (SMI3) Annual Censuses of National Health Service Medical and Non-Medical Manpower.