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Mr. Chidgey: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, pursuant to his answer of 19 December 2000, Official Report, column 148W, how many patients were released by the Southampton and South West Hampshire health authority from NHS hospital care in their area to nursing or residential home care under the supervision of social services in each month from August 1998 to November 2000, inclusive. 
Mr. Hutton: Figures showing the destination of discharge for patients resident in the Southampton and South West Hampshire health authority are for 1998-99 (latest data available) and appear in the table.
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|19 Usual residence||8,973||8,708||9,545||10,022||8,923||9,437||9,781|
|29 Temporary residence||30||26||27||40||44||43||39|
|39 Prison etc.||2||3||3||3||2||1||2|
|49 Special hospital||2||2||6||4||1||5||7|
|51 NHS provider--general ward||246||258||265||298||281||269||227|
|52 NHS provide--maternity ward||15||18||9||9||12||22||26|
|53 NHS provider--MH/MI||9||9||10||17||20||13||9|
|54 NHS nursing home||8||11||7||6||5||7||5|
|65 Local Authority Part 3 residential accommodation||0||0||0||0||0||1||1|
|69 LA home or care (old coding)||7||6||2||5||12||7||8|
|79 Patient died or stillbirth||251||257||257||226||218||211||255|
|85 Non-NHS (not Local A) run residential care nursing home||4||6||9||14||3||7||11|
|86 Non-NHS (not Local Authority) run nursing home||14||18||22||18||16||20||13|
|87 Non-NHS run hospital||4||9||9||6||5||8||12|
|88 Non-NHS (other than Local Authority) run Hospice||2||2||2||3||2||2||0|
|89 Non-NHS institution (old coding)||47||35||42||39||27||31||27|
|Not applicable (ie not discharged)||0||0||1||0||0||0||0|
|Not known: a validation error||61||37||51||48||54||52||52|
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|19 Usual residence||9,534||9,072||9,237||9,257||10,928||113,417|
|29 Temporary residence||30||59||47||44||30||459|
|39 Prison etc.||0||4||0||0||3||23|
|49 Special hospital||2||3||2||5||2||41|
|51 NHS provider--general ward||255||234||265||237||289||3,124|
|52 NHS provide--maternity ward||9||11||16||14||11||172|
|53 NHS provider--MH/MI||13||15||22||22||13||172|
|54 NHS nursing home||7||6||5||7||12||86|
|65 Local Authority Part 3 residential accommodation||1||1||2||3||0||9|
|69 LA home or care (old coding)||3||5||9||13||4||81|
|79 Patient died or stillbirth||212||250||353||262||276||3,028|
|85 Non-NHS (not Local A) run residential care nursing home||8||5||9||12||6||94|
|86 Non-NHS (not Local Authority) run nursing home||21||30||29||29||37||267|
|87 Non-NHS run hospital||6||15||3||3||8||88|
|88 Non-NHS (other than Local Authority) run Hospice||4||1||1||2||5||26|
|89 Non-NHS institution (old coding)||25||30||37||37||37||414|
|Not applicable (ie not discharged)||0||1||0||0||0||2|
|Not known: a validation error||56||33||49||44||51||588|
Figures in this table have not yet been adjusted for shortfalls in data.
Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) Department of Health
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Mr. Chidgey: To ask the Secretary of State for Health, pursuant to his answer of 19 December 2000, Official Report, column 148W, how many patients were deemed by the Southampton and South West Hampshire health authority to be ready for release from hospital care in their area to residential or nursing home care under the supervision of social services and had continued to occupy a hospital bed for more than two weeks from the date they were deemed eligible for release in each month from August 1998 to November 2000, inclusive. 
Mr. Hutton: Quarterly information for Southampton and South West Hampshire health authority on discharge delayed while awaiting social service department funding for a residential/nursing home package or awaiting a nursing/residential home placement is in the table. Information on the length of time the discharge was delayed is not available centrally.
|Reason for delayed discharge(1)|
|Awaiting SSD funding to residential/nursing home package||Awaiting nursing/residential home placement|
(1) CIC guidance defines Delayed Discharges as: Total number of patients aged 75 and over ready for discharge from an acute bed but still occupying an acute bed in a hospital (ie no longer needing acute clinical interventions), excluding those under the care of a psychiatric consultant and learning disabilities, because of the following principal reason:
awaiting assessment--assessment in progress, no care plan agreed.
awaiting SSD funding to residential/nursing home package--assessment completed but awaiting SSD funding.
awaiting transfer to non-acute NHS care other than in an acute bed in hospital (e.g. rehab or continuing care)--assessment completed but awaiting transfer to NHS funded non-acute bed in hospital, nursing, residential care or group home.
awaiting nursing/residential care home placement--care plan agreed but patient awaiting placement in a non-NHS-funded nursing home or residential care home--perhaps waiting for a place in a home of their choosing under the direction on choice.
(2) Data not available due to a data quality problem
Common Information Core (CIC) Quarterly Monitoring returns. CIC information is currently collected quarterly (at HA level) by survey. The figures are therefore based on an in quarter 'snapshot' of activity. Data has been 'cleaned' for inappropriate rates and null returns
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Mr. Winnick: To ask the Secretary of State for Health when the hon. Member for Walsall, North will receive a reply to his letter of 28 November 2000, concerning a constituent, which was transferred to his Department. 
Mr. Chaytor: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will recognise the Chilean Government's claim to exercise control of its 200-mile Exclusive Economic Zone. 
Mr. Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs if he will make a statement about the abduction of Mr. Panicos Tsiakourmas, a Greek Cypriot, by Turkish forces from the British Sovereign Base area in Cyprus on 12 December 2000. 
Mr. Vaz: The UK Government regard the detention of Panicos Tsiakourmas as a very serious matter. Our High Commissioner has made repeated strong protests about the circumstances of Mr. Tsiakourmas's arrest to Mr. Denktash and we have raised our concerns with the Turks in Nicosia, Ankara and London. On 9 January, I met Mrs. Tsiakourmas and my hon. Friend the Member for Edmonton (Mr. Love). We will continue to raise this issue until the situation is satisfactorily resolved.
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on 12 December 2000, by forces of the Turkish administration from Pergamos, and his health; and what representations he has made to (a) the authorities in northern Cyprus and (b) the Turkish Government about this matter. 
Mr. Vaz: The Government regard the detention of Panicos Tsiakourmas as a very serious matter. Our High Commissioner is in close contact with his family and the UN concerning his health and welfare. Our High Commissioner has made strong representations to Mr. Denktash about the circumstances of Mr. Tsiakourmas' arrest. We have also raised our concerns with the Turkish authorities in Nicosia, Ankara and London. We will continue to raise this issue until the matter is satisfactorily resolved.
Mr. Cox: To ask the Secretary of State for Foreign and Commonwealth Affairs what reports he has received on the situation of Mr. Panicos Tsiakourmas, who was arrested by Turkish military forces in Cyprus; and what representations the British High Commissioner has made to the Turkish authorities in relation to the welfare and whereabouts of Mr. Tsiakourmas. 
Mr. Vaz: The Secretary of State and I have received regular reports on Mr. Tsiakourmas since his arrest. Our High Commissioner in Nicosia is in close contact with the Tsiakourmas family and the UN concerning Mr. Tsiakourmas's welfare. Our High Commissioner has made strong protests about the circumstances of Mr. Tsiakourmas's arrest to Mr. Denktash and has also discussed the case with the Turkish Ambassador in Nicosia. Our Ambassador in Ankara has raised the case with the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and we have done likewise with the Turkish Embassy in London.
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