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Dr. Fox: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many people were waiting for cardiology operations in (a) the quarter ending March 1997 and (b) the latest available quarter in each health authority in England. [61459]

Mr. Hutton: The table below shows the number of patients waiting for elective cardiology admission by Health Authority as at 31 March 1997 and 31 March 2002.

The total number of patients awaiting cardiology operations has increased by 5,662. In the same period, the number of cardiology episodes increased from 177,304 in 1996–97 to 255,998 in 2000–01.

Patients waiting for elective cardiology admission: Position at 31 March 1997 and 31 March 2002(78): Health Authorites, England

Health Authority31 March 199731 March 2002(78)
Avon HA489886
Barking and Havering HA198289
Barnet HA153.
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.389
Barnsley HA6451
Bedfordshire HA219423
Berkshire HA182372
Bexley and Greenwich HA106.
Birmingham HA469489
Bradford HA157107
Brent and Harrow HA561222
Bromley HA214.
Bromley, Bexley and Greenwich.366
Buckinghamshire HA169440
Bury and Rochdale HA165202
Calderdale and Kirklees HA76137
Cambridge and Huntingdon HA301.
Cambridgeshire HA.538
Camden and Islington HA140191
Cornwall and Isles of Scilly HA39864
County Durham and Darlington HA137135
Coventry HA171157
Croydon HA188302
Doncaster HA101102
Dorset HA479319
Dudley HA4954
Ealing, Hammersmith and Hounslow HA795599
EandN Hertfordshire HA196.
East Kent HA428344
East Lancashire HA280448
East London and City HA436671
East Norfolk HA348.
East Riding and Hull HA8340
East Surrey HA197172
East Sussex Brighton and Hove HA12593
Enfield and Haringey HA186.
Gateshead and South Tyneside HA23659
Gloucestershire HA81207
Herefordshire HA.16
Hertfordshire HA.763
Hillingdon HA94163
Isle of Wight HA11.
Isle of Wight, Portsmouth and South
East Hampshire.461
Kensington, Chelsea and Westminster HA189274
Kingston and Richmond HA126301
Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham HA651378
Leeds HA357203
Leicestershire HA411827
Lincolnshire HA189223
Liverpool HA133396
Manchester HA432452
Merton, Sutton and Wandsworth HA260572
Morecambe Bay HA101210
Newcastle and North Tyneside HA330197
Norfolk HA.570
North and East Devon HA819
North and Mid Hampshire HA140368
North Cheshire HA72190
North Cumbria HA221196
North Derbyshire HA161137
North Essex HA317717
North Nottinghamshire HA62123
North Staffordshire HA22288
North West Anglia HA211.
North West Lancashire HA345802
North Yorkshire HA5392
Northamptonshire HA15492
Northumberland HA189153
Nottingham HA21155
Oxfordshire HA208235
Portsmouth and SE Hampshire HA151.
Redbridge and Waltham Forest HA284413
Rotherham HA9439
Salford and Trafford HA224243
Sandwell HA59298
Sefton HA51126
Sheffield HA230308
Shropshire HA4665
Solihull HA8790
Somerset HA119166
South and West Devon HA32870
South Cheshire HA184271
South Essex HA329680
South Humber HA2548
South Lancashire HA127344
South Staffordshire HA10760
Southampton and SW Hampshire HA387618
Southern Derbyshire HA3260
St Helens and Knowsley HA103303
Stockport HA141123
Suffolk HA367542
Sunderland HA205143
Tees HA184139
Wakefield HA23844
Walsall HA1627
Warwickshire HA187161
West Hertfordshire HA131.
West Kent HA338337
West Pennine HA222238
West Surrey HA227141
West Sussex HA209332
Wigan and Bolton HA286322
Wiltshire HA167383
Wirral HA127248
Wolverhampton HA3540
Worcestershire HA191107

(78) This data is consistent with the Department's statistical press notice of 10 May 2002 about end March 2002 waiting list/times. However, some of the figures may change slightly when final details about the end March position at Royal United Hospitals, Bath become available.


Department of Health form QF01.


"." Denotes data not applicable due to non-existence of Health Authority at that time.

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Derbyshire Primary Care Trusts

Mr. McLoughlin: To ask the Secretary of State for Health if he will list the salary of the (a) Chair and (b) Chief Executive, and the total spending and capitation fee, of each of the Derbyshire primary care trusts; and if he will list the distance from target of the annual spending in each primary care trust area in (a) 2000–01, (b) 2001–02 and (c) 2002–03. [67433]

Mr. Hutton: Chairs of primary care trusts (PCTs) receive an allowance. There are three levels of chair allowance:

band 1£20,420
band 2£18,154
band 3£16,017

Table 1 shows the allowance band for the chairs of the primary care tusts in Derbyshire.

Table 1: Chair's allowance for PCTs in Derbyshire

Primary care trustChair allowance
Amber Valleyband 2
Central Derbyband 2
Chesterfieldband 2
Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshireband 3
Erewashband 3
Greater Derbyband 2
High Peak and Dalesband 3
North East Derbyshireband 2

Chief executive salaries are not collected centrally.

Of the 8 primary care trusts in Derbyshire, only Central Derby Primary Care Trust was operational in 2000–01. The total expenditure, or gross operating cost, of the primary care trust for that year was £70.08 million. Total expenditure figures for 2001–02 and 2002–03 are not yet available.

For each of the three years, the Department has made allocations to health authorities, and health authorities have subsequently made allocations to primary care groups and primary care trusts within their area.

Table 2 shows the allocation and distance from target in 2000–01 for the 9 previously existing primary care groups (PCGs) in Derbyshire. All of the primary care groups became part of primary care trusts in 2001.

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Table 2: Allocation and distance from target 2000–01

AllocationDistance from target
Chesterfield PCG75,979-1,060
Derby Dales PCG47,244493
Derby West PCG45,424-2,286
East Derby PCG57,898-1,783
Erewash PCG63,9411,302
High Peak and Dales PCG68,4092,243
North Amber Valley PCG39,671-1,727
North East Derbyshire PCG104,543-2,273
South Amber Valley PCG47,121-156

Table 3 shows the allocation and distance from target for the primary care trusts in Derbyshire for each of the years 2000–01 to 2002–03.

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Table 3: Allocation and distance from target 2000–01 to 2002–03, PCTs

AllocationDistance from targetAllocationDistance from targetAllocationDistance from target
PCT£000s£000s£000s£000s ( per cent.)£000s£000s ( per cent.)
Amber Valley PCTn/an/a84,531-3,388 (-3.85)93,848-3,659 (-3.52)
Central Derby PCT73,684-1,80188,138-2,427 (-2.68)94,592-4,389 (-4.16)
Chesterfield PCTn/an/a82,599417 (0.51)92,842402 (0.41)
Derbyshire Dales and South Derbyshire PCTn/an/a55,080-1,451 (-2.57)61,312-1,793 (-2.66)
Erewash PCTn/an/a72,512-189 (-0.26)79,5502,392 (2.90)
Greater Derby PCTn/an/a105,365-463 (-0.44)117,004-2,171 (-1.71)
High Peak and Dales PCTn/an/a74,4223,368 (4.74)81,4983,226 (3.85)
North East Derbyshire PCTn/an/a112,060-2,225 (-1.95)122,632-1,020 (-0.77)

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