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Press Office

Mr. Burns: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what the total cost of running the Department's

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press office was in (a) 1996–97 and (b) the latest year for which figures are available. [46798]

Ms Hewitt: The cost of running DTI press office was: (a) 1,439,000 (1996–97); (b) 1,984,000 (2000–01). These figures consist of staff and operating costs and reflect the increase in departmental responsibilities in the period.

Unpaid Advisers

Mr. Beith: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry if she will list the names of the unpaid advisers appointed by her and her predecessors since June 1997, stating in each case (a) the date of their appointment, (b) the duration of their appointment and (c) the project or projects on which they have been engaged. [43386]

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Ms Hewitt [holding answer 25 March 2002]: For details of unpaid appointments made by this department to task forces, review groups and other ad hoc advisory groups, I refer you to the answer provided by my hon. Friend the Member for Shipley (Mr. Leslie), on 16 November, Official Report, column 958W.

PFI/PPPs

Mr. Bercow: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what the difference was between the price offered in reaching preferred bidder stage and the final contract price for the five largest PFI contracts let by her Department in each of the last four years; and if she will make a statement. [45602]

Ms Hewitt [holding answer 25 March 2002]: The Department and its agencies have signed three PFI contracts in the last four years—Elgar (which provides the Department's IT infrastructure), the re-development of the National Physical Laboratory at Teddington and the Radiocommunications Agency's Strategic Partnership.

In the case of the Elgar and RA Strategic Partnership contracts, the procurement process (or competition) did not involve the selection of a 'preferred' bidder.

The net present cost of the National Physical Laboratory PFI contract (excluding support services) was estimated to be £92 million at the time of the selection of the preferred bidder and £116 million at contract signature, primarily reflecting a re-definition of the scope of the project by the Department.

Procurement

Mr. Bercow: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry if the procurement payment target for 2000–01 was met. [47328]

Ms Hewitt: The Department has a payment performance target to pay 100 per cent. of its suppliers within 30 days of a correctly presented invoice. Against this target for financial year 2000–01, the Department achieved 94 per cent.

Departmental Administration

Mr. Bercow: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what the total of efficiency savings for departmental administration were in 2000–01 in (a) money and (b) percentage terms. [47727]

Ms Hewitt: The efficiency savings achieved by my Department in 2000–01 have been calculated at £19.3 million. This figure represents a percentage saving of 4.6 per cent.

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Departmental Underspend

Mr. Bercow: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what the (a) capital and (b) revenue underspend in her Department is expected to be in the financial year 2001–02. [47811]

Ms Hewitt: Estimated outturn figures for 2001–02 will be published in the budget Report on 17 April.

Property Protection

Mr. Bercow: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what new measures her Department took in 2001–02 to protect its property from theft or damage. [47323]

Ms Hewitt: My Department uses a range of measures to protect its property from theft or damage, including security guarding, CCTV, intruder alarms and asset marking of valuable items. A review of security measures is a standard response to any incident and increased measures, such as additional security patrols in vulnerable areas and bag searches are brought in as appropriate. Advice is also sought from the local police crime prevention officer.

Aggregates Levy

Mr. Salmond: To ask the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry what assessment has been made of the likely change in the price of construction materials following the introduction of the aggregates levy. [46478]

Mr. Boateng: I have been asked to reply.

The levy's impact on the price of construction materials will depend upon the amount of virgin aggregate used in their manufacture and the extent to which aggregates suppliers pass on the cost of the levy to customers.

HEALTH

Cancelled Operations

Dr. Evan Harris: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what percentage of patients were not readmitted within a month of their operation being cancelled in (a) England and (b) each health authority in each year since 1997–98; [44368]

Mr. Hutton: Information for 1997–98 to 2000–01 is shown in the tables.

Cancelled operations for non-clinical reasons, health authorities in England, 2000–01

NHS Region/OrglDNameNumber of last minute cancellations for non-clinical reasons in the last yearNumber of patients not admitted within one month of last minute cancellationPercentage of patients not admitted within one monthLast minute cancellations as a percentage of elective admissions
Y00England77,81816,454211.5
Y01—QDDBradford HA4511430.7
Y01—QDECounty Durham HA26552200.6
Y01—QDF East Riding HA32354170.6
Y01—QDGGateshead and South Tyneside HA20024120.6
Y01—QDHLeeds HA602249410.6
Y01—QDJNewcastle and North Tyneside HA1,661422251.8
Y01—QDKNorth Cumbria HA767104142.5
Y01—QDMNorthumberland HA48480.1
Y01—QDNSunderland HA206630.5
Y01—QDPTees HA9987471.2
Y01—QDQWakefield HA966235242.5
Y01—QDRNorth Yorkshire HA7916381.0
Y01—QDTCalderdale and Kirklees HA744173231.4
Y02—QCGBarnsley HA37380.2
Y02—QCHNorth Derbyshire Health339511.4
Y02—QCJSouthern Derbyshire Health23100.4
Y02—QCKDoncaster HA34443130.9
Y02—QCLLeicester HA987124131.1
Y02—QCMLincolnshire Health50865130.9
Y02—QCNNorth Nottinghamshire Health36001.0
Y02—QCPNottingham HA50152100.6
Y02—QCQRotherham HA15940250.8
Y02—QCRSheffield Health1,3984231.5
Y02—QDLSouth Humber HA29200.6
Y07—QD9Birmingham HA2,6338531.7
Y07—QEACoventry Health759156212.0
Y07—QECDudley HA3601031.1
Y07—QEDHerefordshire HA356108302.0
Y07—QEESandwell HA18122120.8
Y07—QEFShropshire HA285110390.7
Y07—QEGSolihull HA
Y07—QEHNorth Staffordshire HA76687111.1
Y07—QEJSouth Staffordshire HA51690171.0
Y07—QEKWalsall HA14900.8
Y07—QELWarwickshire HA27851180.7
Y07—QEMWolverhampton HA85450.2
Y07—QENWorcestershire HA33772210.8
Y08—QC1South Lancashire HA426202.3
Y08—QC2Liverpool HA571130230.8
Y08—QC3Manchester Health2,3301,057451.6
Y08—QC4Morecambe Bay HA803135172.2
Y08—QC5St. Helen's and Knowsley HA808220272.7
Y08—QC6Salford and Trafford HA50785170.9
Y08—QC7Sefton HA47954110.8
Y08—QC8Stockport HA4041641.1
Y08—QC9West Pennine HA609121201.1
Y08—QCTBury and Rochdale HA315160.1
Y08—QCVNorth Cheshire Health464112241.4
Y08—QCWSouth Cheshire HA1,185341292.1
Y08—QCXEast Lancashire5794981.0
Y08—QCYNorth West Lancashire HA4921730.4
Y08—QDAWigan and Bolton HA1,032359351.8
Y08—QDCWirral Health22344200.6
Y09—QA6Bedfordshire HA8945271.7
Y09—QAXNorth Essex HA1,246182151.8
Y09—QAYSouth Essex HA1,29923418.2.4
Y09—QCFSuffolk Health955326341.8
Y09—QEPEast and North Hertfordshire HA490197401.4
Y09—QECWest Hertfordshire HA4251741.1
Y09—QA9Cambridgeshire HA1,467526361.5
Y09—QCANorfolk HA824194240.8
Y010—QA2Hillingdon HA390822.5
Y10—QA3Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster1,349151111.5
Y10—QA4Enfield and Haringey HA592126213.3
Y10—QA5Redbridge and Waltham Forest HA1,038532512.5
Y10—QAABexley and Greenwich HA32001.0
Y10—QACBromley HA61566112.2
Y10—QADCroydon HA430174402.2
Y10—QAGKingston and Richmond HA2772491.5
Y10—QAHLambeth, Southwark and Lewisham HA1,339386291.5
Y10—QAJMerton, Sutton and Wandsworth HA1,466368252.1
Y10—QAPBarking and Havering HA1,984534276.5
Y10—QAQBarnet HA(115)380194511.1
Y10—QARBrent and Harrow HA(116)924123133.6
Y10—QATCamden and Islington HA1,612439271.3
Y10—QAVEaling, Hammersmith and Hounslow HA953107111.5
Y10—QAWEast London and The City HA1,787642362.8
Y11—QA7Berkshire HA1,84014182.9
Y11—QA8Buckinghamshire HA2,082302154.6
Y11—QAEEast Kent HA785307391.3
Y11—QAFWest Kent HA1,027321311.5
Y11—QAKEast Surrey HA4362862.4
Y11—QALWest Surrey Health Commission1,705544322.7
Y11—QAMEast Sussex, Brighton and Hove HA1,426300212.2
Y11—QANWest Sussex HA777191251.8
Y11—QCCNorthamptonshire HA489101211.0
Y11—QCEOxfordshire HA2,221599273.9
Y11—QD1North and Mid Hampshire HA422151361.2
Y11—QD2Portsmouth and South East Hampshire5994781.1
Y11—QD3Southampton and South West Hampshire1,154239212.0
Y11—QD4Isle of Wight HA41286215.2
Y12—QD5Somerset HA510125251.2
Y12—QD6South and West Devon HA1,199225191.5
Y12—QD7Wiltshire HA790227291.0
Y12—QD8Avon Health3,544963273.3
Y12—QDVCornwall and Isles of Scilly HA464186401.0
Y12—QDWDorset HA877122140.9
Y12—QDXNorth and East Devon HA728196271.1
Y12—QDYGloucestershire Health6696291.0

(115) Figures for Q1 2000–01 reflect changes in local recording and reporting arrangements.

(116) Includes estimates.

Note:

Charter Standard: Operations should not be cancelled (for non-clinical reasons) on the day patients are due to arrive or after arrival in hospital and that, if this happens, patients should be admitted to hospital within one month of the first cancellation.

Source:

Department of Health form QMPC, Hospital Episode Statistics


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Cancelled operations for non-clinical reasons, health authorities in England, 1999–2000

NHS Region/OrglDNameNumber of last minute cancellations for non-clinical reasons in the last yearNumber of patients not admitted within one month of last minute cancellationPercentage of patients not admitted within one monthLast minute cancellations as a percentage of elective admissions
Y00England60,24212,421211.1
Y01—QDDBradford HA4421330.7
Y01—QDECounty Durham HA31834110.7
Y01—QDF East Riding HA38283220.7
Y01—QDGGateshead and South Tyneside HA707100.2
Y01—QDHLeeds HA717202280.8
Y01—QDJNewcastle and North Tyneside HA1,189124101.3
Y01—QDKNorth Cumbria HA37469181.2
Y01—QDMNorthumberland HA5510180.1
Y01—QDNSunderland HA157000.4
Y01—QDPTees HA756119160.9
Y01—QDQWakefield HA57479141.5
Y01—QDRNorth Yorkshire HA53657110.7
Y01—QDTCalderdale and Kirklees HA464103220.9
Y02—QCGBarnsley HA37130.2
Y02—QCHNorth Derbyshire Health301211.3
Y02—QCJSouthern Derbyshire Health13000.0
Y02—QCKDoncaster HA2372080.6
Y02—QCLLeicester HA90586101.0
Y02—QCMLincolnshire Health621109181.1
Y02—QCNNorth Nottinghamshire Health182000.5
Y02—QCPNottingham HA398510.5
Y02—QCQRotherham HA11833280.6
Y02—QCRSheffield Health9644041.1
Y02—QDLSouth Humber HA333000.8
Y07—QD9Birmingham HA2,49911851.7
Y07—QEACoventry Health843234281.9
Y07—QECDudley HA10623220.3
Y07—QEDHerefordshire HA16130191.0
Y07—QEESandwell HA15757360.8
Y07—QEFShropshire HA31999310.7
Y07—QEGSolihull HA
Y07—QEHNorth Staffordshire HA827158191.2
Y07—QEJSouth Staffordshire HA26170270.5
Y07—QEKWalsall HA99000.5
Y07—QELWarwickshire HA32656170.9
Y07—QEMWolverhampton HA90890.2
Y07—QENWorcestershire HA19553270.5
Y08—QC1South Lancashire HA102001.5
Y08—QC2Liverpool HA707253361.0
Y08—QC3Manchester Health2,069520251.0
Y08—QC4Morecambe Bay HA30960190.7
Y08—QC5St. Helen's and Knowsley HA23533140.8
Y08—QC6Salford and Trafford HA513100190.9
Y08—QC7Sefton HA2992580.5
Y08—QC8Stockport HA4053181.1
Y08—QC9West Pennine HA2632180.5
Y08—QCTBury and Rochdale HA42370.1
Y08—QCVNorth Cheshire Health14326180.4
Y08—QCWSouth Cheshire HA1,031316311.9
Y08—QCXEast Lancashire43745100.8
Y08—QCYNorth West Lancashire HA5833150.5
Y08—QDAWigan and Bolton HA621207331.1
Y08—QDCWirral Health8728320.3
Y09—QA6Bedfordshire HA36836101.0
Y09—QAXNorth Essex HA1,266271211.9
Y09—QAYSouth Essex HA1,0455552.0
Y09—QCFSuffolk Health509144281.0
Y09—QEPEast and North Hertfordshire HA532151281.4
Y09—QECWest Hertfordshire HA2141360.6
Y09—QA9Cambridgeshire HA1,449402281.6
Y09—QCANorfolk HA796112140.8
Y010—QA2Hillingdon HA423412.7
Y10—QA3Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster57789150.7
Y10—QA4Enfield and Haringey HA551181332.7
Y10—QA5Redbridge and Waltham Forest HA938334362.3
Y10—QAABexley and Greenwich HA235000.7
Y10—QACBromley HA37147131.4
Y10—QADCroydon HA603203342.6
Y10—QAGKingston and Richmond HA39258151.1
Y10—QAHLambeth, Southwark and Lewisham HA1,067320301.2
Y10—QAJMerton, Sutton and Wandsworth HA1,211328271.7
Y10—QAPBarking and Havering HA665235352.2
Y10—QAQBarnet HA(117)0000.0
Y10—QARBrent and Harrow HA(118)784307392.1
Y10—QATCamden and Islington HA1,612355221.3
Y10—QAVEaling, Hammersmith and Hounslow HA678205301.1
Y10—QAWEast London and The City HA919670731.5
Y11—QA7Berkshire HA1,2722721.9
Y11—QA8Buckinghamshire HA903112122.0
Y11—QAEEast Kent HA799128161.2
Y11—QAFWest Kent HA1,006237241.5
Y11—QAKEast Surrey HA34288261.9
Y11—QALWest Surrey Health Commission1,564313202.2
Y11—QAMEast Sussex, Brighton and Hove HA1,053459441.6
Y11—QANWest Sussex HA848188222.1
Y11—QCCNorthamptonshire HA28445160.6
Y11—QCEOxfordshire HA1,880491263.0
Y11—QD1North and Mid Hampshire HA454153341.4
Y11—QD2Portsmouth and South East Hampshire704123171.7
Y11—QD3Southampton and South West Hampshire1,404310222.2
Y11—QD4Isle of Wight HA11014130.9
Y12—QD5Somerset HA426129301.0
Y12—QD6South and West Devon HA854136161.0
Y12—QD7Wiltshire HA448173390.6
Y12—QD8Avon Health2,102454222.0
Y12—QDVCornwall and Isles of Scilly HA589185311.1
Y12—QDWDorset HA1,066173161.0
Y12—QDXNorth and East Devon HA563128230.9
Y12—QDYGloucestershire Health4743470.7

(117) Figures for Q1 2000–01 reflect changes in local recording and reporting arrangements.

(118) Includes estimates.

Note:

Charter Standard: Operations should not be cancelled (for non-clinical reasons) on the day patients are due to arrive or after arrival in hospital and that, if this happens, patients should be admitted to hospital within one month of the first cancellation.

Source:

Department of Health form QMPC, Hospital Episode Statistics


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Cancelled operations for non-clinical reasons, health authorities in England, 1998–99

NHS Region/OrglDNameNumber of last minute cancellations for non-clinical reasons in the last yearNumber of patients not admitted within one month of last minute cancellationPercentage of patients not admitted within one monthLast minute cancellations as a percentage of elective admissions
Y00England56,1509,380171.1
Y01—QDDBradford HA4382050.7
Y01—QDECounty Durham HA34796280.8
Y01—QDF East Riding HA27743160.5
Y01—QDGGateshead and South Tyneside HA11212110.4
Y01—QDHLeeds HA1,223366301.3
Y01—QDJNewcastle and North Tyneside HA8637381.0
Y01—QDKNorth Cumbria HA34935101.1
Y01—QDMNorthumberland HA84340.2
Y01—QDNSunderland HA260210.6
Y01—QDPTees HA65183130.8
Y01—QDQWakefield HA5462851.5
Y01—QDRNorth Yorkshire HA77576101.1
Y01—QDTCalderdale and Kirklees HA5742851.1
Y02—QCGBarnsley HA358230.2
Y02—QCHNorth Derbyshire Health307001.3
Y02—QCJSouthern Derbyshire Health47000.1
Y02—QCKDoncaster HA124970.4
Y02—QCLLeicester HA85384100.9
Y02—QCMLincolnshire Health922104111.8
Y02—QCNNorth Nottinghamshire Health119330.3
Y02—QCPNottingham HA775000.9
Y02—QCQRotherham HA12321170.7
Y02—QCRSheffield Health7101420.8
Y02—QDLSouth Humber HA274100.7
Y07—QD9Birmingham HA2,3581101.6
Y07—QEACoventry Health1,510471383.7
Y07—QECDudley HA16333200.4
Y07—QEDHerefordshire HA46000.3
Y07—QEESandwell HA9722230.5
Y07—QEFShropshire HA325296910.8
Y07—QEGSolihull HA
Y07—QEHNorth Staffordshire HA4982451.0
Y07—QEJSouth Staffordshire HA15248320.3
Y07—QEKWalsall HA114000.6
Y07—QELWarwickshire HA219000.6
Y07—QEMWolverhampton HA10010100.3
Y07—QENWorcestershire HA25344170.6
Y08—QC1South Lancashire HA99550.4
Y08—QC2Liverpool HA734144201.1
Y08—QC3Manchester Health1,600187120.8
Y08—QC4Morecambe Bay HA15418120.4
Y08—QC5St. Helen's and Knowsley HA20354280.7
Y08—QC6Salford and Trafford HA52799191.0
Y08—QC7Sefton HA26151200.5
Y08—QC8Stockport HA32378241.0
Y08—QC9West Pennine HA2851040.6
Y08—QCTBury and Rochdale HA45120.1
Y08—QCVNorth Cheshire Health16830180.5
Y08—QCWSouth Cheshire HA815131211.0
Y08—QCXEast Lancashire4564090.8
Y08—QCYNorth West Lancashire HA3801540.4
Y08—QDAWigan and Bolton HA488136280.9
Y08—QDCWirral Health6524370.2
Y09—QA6Bedfordshire HA4572661.2
Y09—QAXNorth Essex HA1,00098101.4
Y09—QAYSouth Essex HA1,2602722.4
Y09—QCFSuffolk Health24633130.5
Y09—QEPEast and North Hertfordshire HA592131221.6
Y09—QECWest Hertfordshire HA569142251.5
Y09—QA9Cambridgeshire HA25555220.3
Y09—QCANorfolk HA1,863495271.9
Y010—QA2Hillingdon HA4373383.4
Y10—QA3Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster372127340.4
Y10—QA4Enfield and Haringey HA632106171.9
Y10—QA5Redbridge and Waltham Forest HA594138231.5
Y10—QAABexley and Greenwich HA289930.9
Y10—QACBromley HA5422342.1
Y10—QADCroydon HA433170392.1
Y10—QAGKingston and Richmond HA437169393.3
Y10—QAHLambeth, Southwark and Lewisham HA944160171.1
Y10—QAJMerton, Sutton and Wandsworth HA850224261.4
Y10—QAPBarking and Havering HA8347392.6
Y10—QAQBarnet HA(119)0000.0
Y10—QARBrent and Harrow HA(120)530141271.3
Y10—QATCamden and Islington HA1,267336271.0
Y10—QAVEaling, Hammersmith and Hounslow HA6835881.1
Y10—QAWEast London and The City HA996359361.6
Y11—QA7Berkshire HA1,0191721.6
Y11—QA8Buckinghamshire HA64075121.5
Y11—QAEEast Kent HA432101230.7
Y11—QAFWest Kent HA1,006248251.5
Y11—QAKEast Surrey HA794143183.2
Y11—QALWest Surrey Health Commission1,192236201.7
Y11—QAMEast Sussex, Brighton and Hove HA1,148403351.9
Y11—QANWest Sussex HA664101151.2
Y11—QCCNorthamptonshire HA431100230.8
Y11—QCEOxfordshire HA1,849342183.0
Y11—QD1North and Mid Hampshire HA378112300.9
Y11—QD2Portsmouth and South East Hampshire34053160.7
Y11—QD3Southampton and South West Hampshire1,381268192.2
Y11—QD4Isle of Wight HA124861.0
Y12—QD5Somerset HA33552160.7
Y12—QD6South and West Devon HA7194260.9
Y12—QD7Wiltshire HA664286430.9
Y12—QD8Avon Health1,897235121.7
Y12—QDVCornwall and Isles of Scilly HA22947210.5
Y12—QDWDorset HA948125131.0
Y12—QDXNorth and East Devon HA38955140.6
Y12—QDYGloucestershire Health465820.7

(119) Figures for Q1 2000–01 reflect changes in local recording and reporting arrangements.

(120) Includes estimates.

Note:

Charter Standard: Operations should not be cancelled (for non-clinical reasons) on the day patients are due to arrive or after arrival in hospital and that, if this happens, patients should be admitted to hospital within one month of the first cancellation.

Source:

Department of Health form QMPC, Hospital Episode Statistics


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Cancelled operations for non-clinical reasons, health authorities in England, 1997–98

NHS Region/OrglDNameNumber of last minute cancellations for non-clinical reasons in the last yearNumber of patients not admitted within one month of last minute cancellationPercentage of patients not admitted within one monthLast minute cancellations as a percentage of elective admissions
Y00England50,5057,250141.0
Y01—QDDBradford HA7494051.2
Y01—QDECounty Durham HA169320.4
Y01—QDF East Riding HA26033130.5
Y01—QDGGateshead and South Tyneside HA909100.3
Y01—QDHLeeds HA1,364372271.5
Y01—QDJNewcastle and North Tyneside HA9876260.9
Y01—QDKNorth Cumbria HA2432390.8
Y01—QDMNorthumberland HA52360.3
Y01—QDNSunderland HA202000.5
Y01—QDPTees HA39445110.5
Y01—QDQWakefield HA896128142.7
Y01—QDRNorth Yorkshire HA53960110.8
Y01—QDTCalderdale and Kirklees HA4792651.0
Y02—QCGBarnsley HA708110.4
Y02—QCHNorth Derbyshire Health348001.7
Y02—QCJSouthern Derbyshire Health77000.2
Y02—QCKDoncaster HA2911970.9
Y02—QCLLeicester HA6663850.9
Y02—QCMLincolnshire Health6462131.4
Y02—QCNNorth Nottinghamshire Health118000.4
Y02—QCPNottingham HA1,188001.7
Y02—QCQRotherham HA9715150.6
Y02—QCRSheffield Health4271640.5
Y02—QDLSouth Humber HA193000.6
Y07—QD9Birmingham HA1,9731911.5
Y07—QEACoventry Health961297312.8
Y07—QECDudley HA17239230.5
Y07—QEDHerefordshire HA86000.6
Y07—QEESandwell HA13647350.8
Y07—QEFShropshire HA409147361.1
Y07—QEGSolihull HA
Y07—QEHNorth Staffordshire HA395100250.8
Y07—QEJSouth Staffordshire HA2315650.0
Y07—QEKWalsall HA103000.5
Y07—QELWarwickshire HA2111050.5
Y07—QEMWolverhampton HA9718190.3
Y07—QENWorcestershire HA24244180.6
Y08—QC1South Lancashire HA89220.4
Y08—QC2Liverpool HA949136151.4
Y08—QC3Manchester Health1,404267190.7
Y08—QC4Morecambe Bay HA135860.3
Y08—QC5St. Helen's and Knowsley HA92780.3
Y08—QC6Salford and Trafford HA53969131.0
Y08—QC7Sefton HA24824100.5
Y08—QC8Stockport HA48791191.6
Y08—QC9West Pennine HA302210.7
Y08—QCTBury and Rochdale HA99000.3
Y08—QCVNorth Cheshire Health2871761.0
Y08—QCWSouth Cheshire HA30269230.6
Y08—QCXEast Lancashire3512980.7
Y08—QCYNorth West Lancashire HA478000.5
Y08—QDAWigan and Bolton HA32235110.6
Y08—QDCWirral Health10855510.3
Y09—QA6Bedfordshire HA34767191.1
Y09—QAXNorth Essex HA70078111.1
Y09—QAYSouth Essex HA7672531.7
Y09—QCFSuffolk Health16938220.4
Y09—QEPEast and North Hertfordshire HA624117191.9
Y09—QECWest Hertfordshire HA426112261.0
Y09—QA9Cambridgeshire HA1421180.2
Y09—QCANorfolk HA1,376277201.4
Y010—QA2Hillingdon HA6985582.8
Y10—QA3Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster314100320.4
Y10—QA4Enfield and Haringey HA633156251.9
Y10—QA5Redbridge and Waltham Forest HA33779230.9
Y10—QAABexley and Greenwich HA316521.1
Y10—QACBromley HA155000.7
Y10—QADCroydon HA544121222.6
Y10—QAGKingston and Richmond HA18243242.2
Y10—QAHLambeth, Southwark and Lewisham HA1,213190161.5
Y10—QAJMerton, Sutton and Wandsworth HA887335381.8
Y10—QAPBarking and Havering HA69181122.4
Y10—QAQBarnet HA(121)24140.2
Y10—QARBrent and Harrow HA(122)363138381.0
Y10—QATCamden and Islington HA1,637327201.3
Y10—QAVEaling, Hammersmith and Hounslow HA58061110.9
Y10—QAWEast London and The City HA786187241.3
Y11—QA7Berkshire HA930107121.7
Y11—QA8Buckinghamshire HA8978292.1
Y11—QAEEast Kent HA3551750.6
Y11—QAFWest Kent HA71585121.1
Y11—QAKEast Surrey HA524119232.3
Y11—QALWest Surrey Health Commission1,576311202.3
Y11—QAMEast Sussex, Brighton and Hove HA644103161.1
Y11—QANWest Sussex HA693118171.3
Y11—QCCNorthamptonshire HA22560270.5
Y11—QCEOxfordshire HA1,957388203.3
Y11—QD1North and Mid Hampshire HA19423120.8
Y11—QD2Portsmouth and South East Hampshire4181840.9
Y11—QD3Southampton and South West Hampshire1,345236182.2
Y11—QD4Isle of Wight HA129431.1
Y12—QD5Somerset HA27250180.7
Y12—QD6South and West Devon HA5241320.7
Y12—QD7Wiltshire HA413129310.8
Y12—QD8Avon Health1,364155111.3
Y12—QDVCornwall and Isles of Scilly HA28267240.8
Y12—QDWDorset HA8023240.9
Y12—QDXNorth and East Devon HA31646150.5
Y12—QDYGloucestershire Health4741530.8

(121) Figures for Q1 2000–01 reflect changes in local recording and reporting arrangements.

(122) Includes estimates.

Note:

Charter Standard: Operations should not be cancelled (for non-clinical reasons) on the day patients are due to arrive or after arrival in hospital and that, if this happens, patients should be admitted to hospital within one month of the first cancellation.

Source:

Department of Health form QMPC, Hospital Episode Statistics


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Mr. Burns: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many operations were cancelled or delayed in each of the last 12 months in each health authority in England. [46994]

Tim Loughton: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many operations were cancelled more than one day before the due date, broken down by health authority in the last 12 months. [47545]

Mr. Hutton: Copies of quarterly statistics on cancelled operations by health authority are available in the Library. The publication gives the number of operations cancelled (for non-medical reasons) on the day patients are due to arrive or after arrival in hospital or on the day of the operation.


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