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Health Services: Birmingham

Volume 507: debated on Monday 15 March 2010

To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much the NHS spent in Birmingham in each year since 1997. (321535)

The information is not available in the format requested. However, information on the amount of national health service revenue expenditure by breakdown of primary care trust (PCT), and strategic health authority (SHA), in Birmingham, from 2002 to 2009, is shown in the following table:

Revenue expenditure

£000

2002-03

2003-04

2004-05

2005-06

2006-07

2007-08

2008-09

Eastern Birmingham PCT

241,983

262,121

294,845

340,396

North Birmingham PCT

146,742

169,819

192,454

203,826

Birmingham East and North PCT

557,203

597,876

639,980

Heart of Birmingham Teaching PCT

276,808

311,411

353,961

399,782

440,141

473,273

518,687

South Birmingham PCT

338,983

382,939

429,695

468,932

510,745

551,552

592,208

Birmingham and the Black Country HA

227,026

176,330

187,513

195,670

West Midlands SHA

339,683

432,601

459,363

Total

1,231,542

1,302,620

1,458,468

1,608,606

1,847,772

2,055,302

2,210,238

Notes:

1. The PCT figures are taken from the audited summarisation schedules of Heart of Birmingham PCT, South Birmingham PCT and Birmingham East and North PCT.

2. Birmingham East and North PCT was formed following the merger of Eastern Birmingham PCT and North Birmingham PCT in 2006. The figures provided for 2002-03 to 2005-06 are the equivalent values in these two PCTs.

3. The SHA figures are taken from the audited summarisation schedules of West Midlands SHA (2006-07 to 2008-09) and Birmingham and The Black Country SHA (2002-03 to 2005-06).

4. Birmingham and The Black Country SHA covers a wider area than Birmingham alone, but it is not possible to disaggregate expenditure in the Birmingham area from the total expenditure of the SHA. West Midlands SHA was formed as part of the reconfiguration of SHAs in 2006 following the merger of three predecessor bodies including Birmingham and The Black Country SHA. Again, its expenditure covers a wider area than Birmingham alone but it is not possible to disaggregate expenditure in the Birmingham area from the total expenditure of the SHA.

Source:

Audited summarisation schedules, 2002-03 to 2008-09