To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) in-patients and (b) out-patients (i) the Leeds acute teaching hospitals NHS trust and (ii) its predecessor acute trusts treated in each year since 1995. 
The information requested is shown in the tables.
|Hospital episode statistics: finished consultant episodes (FCEs1) for the Leeds teaching hospitals NHS trust, 1997–98 to 2000–01|
|Period||Number of in-patients treated|
|1 An FCE is defined as a period of patient care under one consultant in one health care provider. The figures do not represent the number of patients, as one person may have several episodes within the year.|
|2 In 1997–98 the hospital was two organisations. St. James and Seacroft university hospitals NHS Trust (104,538) and United Leeds teaching hospital (92,600). Data in this table are not grossed for both coverage and unknown/invalid clinical data.|
Hospital Episode Statistics (HES), Department of Health.
Out-patients first attendances seen
Subsequent attendances seen
Total attendances seen
Leeds teaching hospitals NHS trust
|2002–03 Quarter 2||42,419||140,016||182,435|
|2002–03 Quarter 1||42,050||139,371||181,421|
St. James's and Seacroft university hospital
United Leeds teaching hospitals