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Family Practitioner Committees

Volume 176: debated on Wednesday 18 July 1990

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To ask the Secretary of State for Wales if he will publish for each family practitioner committee in Wales the budget his Department has allocated to it for the current financial year.

About 90 per cent. of the financial provision for family practitioner services is not cash limited and not subject to allocation. However, each family practitioner committee is responsible for managing two separate cash allocations. Each has an allocation to meet their current revenue administration costs. A further cash allocation has been delegated to FPCs towards the costs of practice staff employed, and premises improvements undertaken, by general medical practitioners.The cash limits issued to FPCs at the outset of this financial year are detailed in the tables.

Table 1

Family practitioner committee administration revenue allocation

Family practitioner committee

Cash allocation (net) £"000

Clwyd769
Dyfed695
Gwent871
Gwynedd579
Mid Glamorgan1,013
Powys402
South Glamorgan990
West Glamorgan689

Table 2

Practice premises and staff allocation

Family practitioner committee

Cash allocation £"000

Clwyd2,323
Dyfed3,541
Gwent3,614
Gwynedd2,218
Mid Glamorgan3,833
Powys1,532
South Glamorgan3,492
West Glamorgan2,413