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York Health District

Volume 229: debated on Friday 23 July 1993

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people aged (a) 65 to 74, (b) 75 to 84 and (c) over 84 years were discharged from a hospital in the former York health district in each of the last 10 years; and, of these people, what percentage were re-admitted to a hospital in the district for treatment (i) in the same specialty or (ii) in a different specialty within (1) one month, (2) three months and (3) six months of their previous discharge.

This information is not available centrally. The hon. Member may wish to contact Sir Bryan Askew, chairman of Yorkshire regional health authority, for details.