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Recently there has been a revision of the methodology used to count the number of finished consultant episodes for cochlear implants and for this reason figures may not be consistent with previous data provided by the NHS Information Centre.
Justine Greening: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) community mental health teams and (b) members of community health teams there have been in each London borough in each year since 2000; and how much funding his Department has allocated to community mental health teams in each such borough in each such year. 
Local data prior to 2007 are not available. Data provided are from 2007 to 2009 for each primary care trust (PCT) area. The Department does not break down PCT revenue allocations by policies, at either the
national or local level. It is for PCTs to decide their priorities for investment locally taking into account both local priorities and the "NHS Operating Framework".
|Mental Health Services: Total community mental teams in London as at end of March 2007 - 09|
|31 March 2009||31 March 2008||31 March 2007|
|Local Implementation Teams (LIT) name||Number of services||Total whole-time equivalent (WTE) staff||Number of services||Total WTE staff||Number of services||Total WTE staff|
1. Staff data are counted at WTE
2. Some teams are shared with other LIT areas and this is shown as decimal for 2008 and 2009 collection.
Mental Health Strategies
Greg Mulholland: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much funding he intends to allocate for the provision of NHS dental care in Leeds in each of the next three years; what plans he has to increase access to NHS dentistry in Leeds; and how many people are registered with an NHS dentist in (a) the city of Leeds and (b) West Yorkshire. 
Ann Keen: We have invested a record £2 billion in dentistry and set up a national access programme to help the national health service deliver its commitment to provide access for all who seek it by 2011.
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