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Waiting Times/Lists

Volume 410: debated on Monday 18 August 2003

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To ask the Secretary of State for Health what percentage of patients in each hospital trust area were waiting for treatment for more than 12 months (a) in 2002–03 and (b) on the latest date for which figures are available. [130283]

[holding answer 16 September 2003]: The table provides the percentage of patients at those trusts showing patients waiting over 12 months at either March or July 2003 or both. For all remaining trusts the percentage of patients waiting over 12 months at both periods was zero.

Patients waiting for elective in-patient admission: Position at month end: England (provider based)
Percentage of patients waiting over 12 months
NHS trust/primary care trustMarch 2003July 2003
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust0.510.09
Gloucestershire Hospitals0.000.01
Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust0.000.03
James Paget Healthcare NHS Trust0.000.03
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust0.000.01
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust0.030.02
Medway NHS Trust0.190.06
North Bristol NHS Trust0.010.00

Patients waiting for elective in-patient admission: Position at month end: England (provider based)

Percentage of patients waiting over 12 months

NHS trust/primary care trust

March 2003

July 2003

North Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust0.120.00
Royal Shrewsbury Hospitals NHS Trust0.000.31
South Tees Hospitals NHS Trust0.000.12
St. Mary's NHS Trust0.000.02
Trafford Healthcare NHS Trust0.000.04
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust0.120.00
West London Mental Health NHS Trust7.690.00
Weston Area Health NHS Trust0.180.00

Source:

Department of Health forms KH07 and Monthly monitoring