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Nhs Treatment Statistics

Volume 409: debated on Friday 18 July 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people received treatment from the NHS in (a) England and (b) Essex in each year since 1980. [124873]

Figures for general practitioner consultations, walk-in centre visits, accident and emergency attendances, hospital out-patient attendances, day case admissions and overnight hospital admissions have been placed in the Library. The national health service does not report to the Department of Health whether or not treatment was given, but only whether the consultation or admission took place, which is what is displayed in the figures.