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NHS: Finance

Volume 459: debated on Monday 30 April 2007

To ask the Secretary of State for Health which NHS organisations have been in receipt of turnaround support in each month since January 2006; and which NHS organisations have received turnaround support in the period since January 2006 but are no longer part of the turnaround programme. (131955)

The tables detail the organisations that have been part of the National Turnaround Programme between February and August 2006, between August and October 2006 and since October 2006. This information has been placed in the Library.

The following organisations have left the National Turnaround Programme since January 2006:

North Tees and Hartlepool National Health Service Trust and the Mid-Cheshire Hospital NHS Trust: by January 2007, these trusts were delivering sustained recurrent monthly run rate balance;

High Peak and Dales Primary Care Trust (PCT) and Sedgefield PCT: in the commissioning a patient-led NHS reconfiguration, from October 2006 these PCTs were consolidated into significantly larger new PCTs that did not require turnaround support; and

North Hampshire Hospitals NHS Trust: became Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust in December 2006.