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General Practitioners

Volume 406: debated on Friday 23 May 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many prescribing GPs are commissioned through or in co-operation with DAATs in each DAAT area. [113983]

This information is not available centrally. It is the responsibility of primary care trusts (PCTs) to commission prescribing general practitioners. Each PCT, in consultation with their drug action team partners, must decide how many prescribing GPs are required to be commissioned based on the needs of the local community.

NHS Hospital and Community Health Services (HCHS): Qualified nursing, midwifery and health visiting staff employed by Leeds

Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust as at 30 September in each specified year
Leeds Teaching Hospitals

NHS Trust
1995119961199711998199920002001
Whole-time equivalent3,5153,5313,7003,5923,5523,7223,845
Headcount4,1794,1814,3904,3834,3044,4614,471
1 In 1998 St. James and Seacroft University Hospitals Trust merged with United Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust to form Leeds

Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Note:

Figures are rounded to the nearest whole-number

Source:

Department of Health Non-Medical Workforce Census.

Department of Health Non-Medical Workforce Dissemination and Analysis

To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many doctors, broken down by specialty, (a) the Leeds Acute Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and (b) its predecessor acute trusts employed in each year since 1995. [114814]

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what funding (a) the Leeds PCTs and (b) their predecessor Leeds health authority received in each year since 1995. [114816]

Leeds PCTs
£000
Allocation
PeriodEast Leeds PCTLeeds North East PCTLeeds North West PCTLeeds West PCTSouth Leeds PCT
2003–04151,983135,571145,162104,159137,550
2004–05165,586147,704158,271113,481150,173
2005–06179,743160,333172,126123,183163,518

Source:

Department of Health NHS Revenue Resource Allocation Operations

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what funding (a) the Leeds Acute Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and (b) its predecessor acute trusts received in each year since 1995. [114817]

Funding for Leeds Teaching Hospitals National Health Service Trust is own in the table.

£000
Total Income
1995–96360,152
1996–97377,338
1997–98410,305
1998–99432,071
1999–2000472,694