Mrs. Humble: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what steps his Department has taken to (a) raise public awareness and (b) provide information to health providers and general practitioners regarding the skin disease hidradenitis suppurativa; 
(4) what his estimate is of the cost to the public purse of NHS treatment and other support for individuals with hidradenitis suppurativa in the most recent period for which figures are available. 
It is the responsibility of health professionals, using their clinical judgment, to provide the most appropriate treatment for those diagnosed with hidradenitis suppurativa. This may include, for the most severely affected, referral to a specialist in dermatology.
Dawn Primarolo: The national health service smoking helpline received a total of 234,709 calls in 2007. Of these calls, 82,442 are described as interactive calls. Interactive calls include calls that have a positive outcome where helpline advisers have either had a conversation with the caller or the caller has made a request for information.
Mr. Hancock: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many surgical procedures were carried out by NHS hospitals in each year since 2000; and how many of these were followed by an episode of (a) MRSA, (b) clostridium difficile and (c) norovirus. 
Tony Baldry: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many surgical procedures were carried out in GP surgeries or other non-hospital patient centres since 2000; and how many resulted in episodes of (a) MRSA, (b) clostridium difficile and (c) norovirus. 
Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) how much capital funding was spent by York NHS Hospital in each year since 1996-97; what capital projects have been implemented at the hospital costing £1 million or more since this date; and on what date work on each project commenced; 
|Capital expenditure for York Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
|Gross capital expenditure
|Buildings excluding dwellings
|Assets under construction and payment on accounts
|Plant and machinery
1. Data is not available before 2000-01.
2. Total capital spend figures include expenditure over all categories of fixed assets.
3. Individual projects cannot be identified as expenditure; it is reported by category rather than by project. Start dates for projects are not held.
4. Where expenditure in a category exceeded £1 million, the figures have been included. N/a represents where expenditure is less than £1 million, or data collection was not applicable under that category.
5. In 2000-01 and 2001-02, the analysis of equipment was simpler than in later years.
6. York Hospitals NHS Trust became a foundation trust on 1 April 2007.
Audited summarisation schedules for York Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 2000-01 to 2006-07
Information relating to capital funding and expenditure for the York Hospitals Foundation Trust for the years prior to 2000-01 is not held centrally. This information might instead be available direct from the trust itself.