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Nhs Managers

Volume 406: debated on Thursday 12 June 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many managers within the NHS earned (a) between £20,000 and £40,000 per annum, (b) £41,000 to £60,000 per annum, (c) £61,000 to £80,000 per annum, (d) £81,000 to £100,000 per annum and (e) over £100,000 per annum in each year since 1997. [113253]

The available figures for health authorities, National Health Service trusts, primary care trusts and special health authorities are shown in the table.

£40,000 to £60,0004,7685,2556,3236,076
£60,000 to £80,0001,3391,4641,5441,026
£80,000 to £100,000419535650421
Over £100.00097127193259


1 The accounts and summarisation forms do not distinguish between medical and non-medical staff in health authorities and special health authorities. The figures in the Table therefore include some medical staff who are not managers. The figures also include medical directors in NHS Trusts.

2 NHS locally published accounts now give individual details of earning and names of senior staff and directors in accordance with the Greenbury Code. This level of detail is not collected centrally so comparable figures are not available for 2001–02 onwards.

3 Figures for staff in health authorities in 2000–01 are not yet available as they are not disclosed in the accounts or summarisation schedules. Banding: Staff remuneration is not itemised in bands of less than £40,000 to £50,000


Health authority audited accounts 1997–98 and 1998–9

Health authority audited summarisation forms 1999–2000

NHS Trust audited summarisation schedules 1997–98 to 2001–02

Primary care trust audited summarisation schedules 2000–01 to 2001–02

Special health authority audited accounts 1997.