Glass: Recycling

Jim Shannon: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what discussions he has had on the re-use of glass jars for jam, chutney and preserves; and what consideration he has given to the effect of EU proposals on such re-use on farmers and others who use such jars to sell produce. [129899]

Anna Soubry: We have had no discussions on the re-use of jam jars. The Food Standards Agency (FSA) lead on this issue.

The current regulations on food contact materials and the European Union hygiene rules apply mainly to food businesses, not to private individuals. They are intended to protect consumers from chemical migration of materials that may be used in the manufacture of containers used to store food or other microbiological risk.

For enforcement purposes, local authorities would need to decide whether an individual or organisation constituted a food business.

There is very small or no risk associated with the responsible re-use of clean jam jars. The FSA are not aware of any local authority taking action against an individual or organisation re-using jam jars for charitable purposes.

Health Services: Internet

Tracey Crouch: To ask the Secretary of State for Health whether he plans to expand the service provided by the Our Health South West website to the (a) South East and (b) UK. [129704]

Dr Poulter: In May 2012, the Government published its information strategy for health and social care—“The Power of Information”:

www.dh.gov.uk/prod_consum_dh/groups/dh_digitalassets/@dh/@en/documents/digitalasset/dh_134205.pdf

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The strategy set out the Government's commitment to developing a single comprehensive online ‘portal’ from 2013, as a link to trusted information on health, care, support and public health, such as the excellent information provided by Our Health South West about stroke and dementia. A single, national, gateway to a wealth of health and care information will present a radical simplification to the way people will be able to access trusted health and care information and presents an opportunity for many more people, nationally, to be able to easily find and access such important and valuable information.

Hospitals: Babies

Lisa Nandy: To ask the Secretary of State for Health (1) what steps his Department has taken to promote baby-friendly hospitals; [129777]

(2) how many (a) maternity hospitals and (b) primary care trusts in England are at some stage of baby-friendly accreditation; [129778]

(3) how many births took place in baby-friendly hospitals in each region in the latest period for which figures are available. [129779]

Dr Poulter: The Department recognises the evidence-based health benefits of breastfeeding. Breastfeeding rates in England have steadily increased over recent years and we are doing everything we can to support women who choose to breastfeed.

We value the work being done by many of the dedicated professional bodies and other organisations including UNICEF’s Baby Friendly Initiative and hope the good work will continue to deliver better health outcomes for mothers and babies.

We understand from UNICEF that the following hospitals have Baby Friendly accreditation:

Baby-friendly hospitalsRegion

West Middlesex University Hospital

London

Chesterfield and North Derbyshire Royal Hospital

East Midlands

Darley Maternity Unit

East Midlands

The Royal Derby Hospital

East Midlands

James Cook University Hospital

North East

University Hospital of Hartlepool

North East

University Hospital of North Tees

North East

Burnley General Hospital (Edith Watson)

North West

Countess of Chester Hospital

North West

Fairfield General Hospital

North West

North Manchester General Hospital

North West

Royal Blackburn Hospital

North West

Royal Oldham Hospital

North West

St Mary's Hospital for Women and Children—Manchester

North West

Stepping Hill Hospital

North West

Wythenshawe Hospital

North West

Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals NHS Trust

South East

Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital

South East

Blake Birth Centre

South East

Bridgwater Community Hospital

South West

Cheltenham General Hospital

South West

Chippenham Community Hospital

South West

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Devizes Community Hospital

South West

Dorset County Hospital

South West

Frome Birthing Centre

South West

Gloucester Women's Centre

South West

Honiton Hospital

South West

North Devon District Hospital

South West

Okehampton Community Hospital

South West

Paulton Birthing Centre

South West

Penrice Birth Centre

South West

Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust

South West

Alexandra Hospital

West Midlands

Birmingham City Hospital

West Midlands

Birmingham Heartlands Hospital

West Midlands

Birmingham Women’s Hospital

West Midlands

George Eliot Hospital

West Midlands

Good Hope Maternity Hospital

West Midlands

Hereford County Hospital

West Midlands

Kidderminster General Hospital

West Midlands

Airedale General Hospital

Yorkshire and Humber

Barnsley Hospital

Yorkshire and Humber

Bradford Royal Infirmary

Yorkshire and Humber

Bridlington and District Hospital

Yorkshire and Humber

Calderdale Royal Hospital

Yorkshire and Humber

Dewsbury and District Hospital

Yorkshire and Humber

Source: UNICEF UK.

Information is not held centrally as to the number of births that take place in baby-friendly hospitals.

Maternity Services

Mr Robin Walker: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much was spent on NHS maternity services in (a) England, (b) each region and (c) each NHS trust in 2011-12. [130019]

Dr Poulter: This information is not collected in the format requested. The Department collects accounting data based on commissioning of secondary health care by financial year. Information regarding expenditure on the purchase of secondary healthcare relating to maternity services by strategic health authority (SHA) region and primary care trust (PCT) in 2011-12 is set out in the following tables.

Table 1: Expenditure on the purchase of secondary healthcare relating to maternity services for England
Region2011-12 Purchase of secondary healthcare: Maternity (£000)

England

2,620,977

Source: Department of Health Annual Report and Accounts
Table 2: Expenditure on the purchase of secondary healthcare relating to maternity services by SHA region
Region2011-12 Purchase of secondary healthcare: Maternity (£000)

East Midlands SHA

210,298

East of England SHA

279,289

London SHA

525,838

North East SHA

107,848

North West SHA

345,079

South Central SHA

186,450

South East Coast SHA

183,262

South West SHA

234,665

West Midlands SHA

271,736

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Yorkshire and the Humber SHA

276,512

Source: Department of Health Annual Report and Accounts
Table 3: Expenditure on the purchase of secondary healthcare relating to maternity services by PCT
Organisation2011-12 Purchase of secondary healthcare: Maternity (£000)

Ashton, Leigh and Wigan PCT

15,230

Barking and Dagenham PCT

12,897

Barnet PCT

22,739

Barnsley PCT

15,034

Bassetlaw PCT

5,401

Bath and North East Somerset PCT

7,318

Bedfordshire PCT

20,608

Berkshire East PCT

21,938

Berkshire West PCT

24,529

Bexley NHS Care Trust PCT

12,160

Birmingham East and North PCT

22,349

Blackpool PCT

5,276

Bolton PCT

14,416

Bournemouth and Poole PCT

17,748

Bradford and Airedale PCT

28,512

Brent Teaching PCT

23,382

Brighton and Hove City PCT

10,051

Bristol PCT

27,253

Bromley PCT

14,356

Buckinghamshire PCT

23,358

Bury PCT

8,639

Calderdale PCT

10,169

Cambridgeshire PCT

23,228

Camden PCT

13,259

Central and Eastern Cheshire PCT

24,605

Central Lancashire PCT

21,011

City and Hackney Teaching PCT

18,107

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly PCT

14,652

County Durham PCT

20,417

Coventry Teaching PCT

20,937

Croydon PCT

21,655

Cumbria PCT

14,127

Darlington PCT

3,804

Derby City PCT

14,551

Derbyshire County PCT

24,185

Devon PCT

46,442

Doncaster PCT

15,069

Dorset PCT

12,387

Dudley PCT

15,204

Ealing PCT

23,550

East Lancashire Teaching PCT

18,031

East Riding of Yorkshire PCT

9,767

East Sussex Downs and Weald PCT

14,114

Eastern and Coastal Kent PCT

25,852

Enfield PCT

18,563

Gateshead PCT

6,974

Gloucestershire PCT

20,761

Great Yarmouth and Waveney PCT

7,587

Greenwich Teaching PCT

23,537

Halton and St Helens PCT

11,771

Hammersmith and Fulham PCT

8,642

Hampshire PCT

56,686

Haringey Teaching PCT

18,571

Harrow PCT

13,583

Hartlepool PCT

4,269

Hastings and Rother PCT

8,340

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Havering PCT

10,441

Heart of Birmingham Teaching PCT

21,446

Herefordshire PCT

6,580

Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale PCT

12,144

Hillingdon PCT

13,780

Hounslow PCT

17,213

Hull PCT

14,345

Isle of Wight NHS PCT

3,889

Islington PCT

14,430

Kensington and Chelsea PCT

5,820

Kingston PCT

11,027

Kirklees PCT

23,614

Knowsley PCT

8,447

Lambeth PCT

25,277

Leeds PCT

38,691

Leicester City PCT

24,278

Leicestershire County and Rutland PCT

31,093

Lewisham PCT

22,412

Lincolnshire Teaching PCT

27,031

Liverpool PCT

24,515

Luton Teaching PCT

14,058

Manchester PCT

26,811

Medway PCT

11,985

Mid Essex PCT

15,283

Middlesbrough PCT

7,918

Milton Keynes PCT

14,019

Newcastle PCT

4,905

Newham PCT

27,048

Norfolk PCT

27,988

North East Essex PCT

14,793

North East Lincolnshire Care Trust Plus PCT

5,552

North Lancashire Teaching PCT

7,299

North Lincolnshire PCT

8,110

North Somerset PCT

8,243

North Staffordshire PCT

5,145

Stockton-on-Tees Teaching PCT

9,349

North Tyneside PCT

20,235

North Yorkshire and York PCT

29,365

Northamptonshire Teaching PCT

34,670

Northumberland Care PCT

9,696

Nottingham City PCT

13,368

Nottinghamshire County Teaching PCT

27,103

Oldham PCT

11,557

Oxfordshire PCT

29,836

Peterborough PCT

9,532

Plymouth Teaching PCT

9,713

Portsmouth City Teaching PCT

9,270

Redbridge PCT

14,774

Redcar and Cleveland PCT

6,202

Richmond and Twickenham PCT

10,706

Rotherham PCT

14,059

Salford PCT

14,805

Sandwell PCT

16,122

Sefton PCT

10,555

Sheffield PCT

38,045

Shropshire County PCT

9,315

Somerset PCT

23,002

South Birmingham PCT

18,870

South East Essex PCT

15,673

South Gloucestershire PCT

9,898

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South Staffordshire PCT

31,071

South Tyneside PCT

4,361

South West Essex PCT

21,962

Southampton City PCT

16,944

Southwark PCT

24,634

Stockport PCT

14,410

Stoke on Trent PCT

12,655

Suffolk PCT

39,586

Sunderland Teaching PCT

9,718

Surrey PCT

50,717

Sutton and Merton PCT

21,331

Swindon PCT

9,387

Tameside and Glossop PCT

13,583

Telford and Wrekin PCT

7,676

Torbay Care PCT

6,886

Tower Hamlets PCT

15,850

Trafford PCT

17,792

Wakefield District PCT

20,779

Walsall Teaching PCT

15,808

Waltham Forest PCT

16,738

Wandsworth PCT

20,939

Warrington PCT

6,714

Warwickshire PCT

21,545

West Essex PCT

13,018

West Kent PCT

27,952

West Sussex PCT

34,251

Western Cheshire PCT

17,428

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Westminster PCT

8,417

Wiltshire PCT

20,975

Wirral PCT

17,523

Wolverhampton City PCT

13,292

Worcestershire PCT

24,209

Hertfordshire PCT

55,973

Blackburn with Darwen Teaching Care Trust Plus PCT

8,390

Solihull PCT

9,512

Source: Department of Health Annual Report and Accounts

Mental Health Services

Mr Brady: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much was spent per capita on community mental health care in each primary care trust area for the latest year for which figures are available. [129794]

Norman Lamb: The following tables set out the spend per head on mental health for each primary care trust, as reported through the 2010-11 Programme budgeting data collection. Programme budgeting is the analysis of national health service expenditure on specific health care services, one of which is mental health. The 2010-11 analysis of expenditure by setting includes 'Community Care', which is defined as 'Care delivered outside of a hospital and within local communities'.

£
PCT nameTotal gross expenditureCommunity carePrevention and health promotionHealth and social care provided in other settingGP, dental and ophthalmicPrimary prescribing and pharma servicesIn-patient: Elective and daycase

Newcastle PCT

302.16

64.13

2.26

50.37

0.00

26.56

108.05

Gateshead PCT

215.48

53.82

0.02

28.66

10.72

22.11

2.59

Middlesbrough PCT

222.00

53.66

6.84

66.82

0.00

27.42

0.00

Redcar and Cleveland PCT

187.27

49.51

7.28

43.51

0.00

21.59

0.00

Hartlepool PCT

205.54

46.08

0.66

77.07

0.00

18.54

0.00

North Tyneside PCT

214.44

43.39

1.01

40.41

0.00

21.70

55.48

Stockton-on-Tees Teaching PCT

200.55

43.16

4.32

78.64

0.00

20.72

0.00

South Tyneside PCT

251.74

40.97

0.01

58.55

2.62

19.97

84.46

Sunderland Teaching PCT

304.78

28.80

0.06

45.11

0.04

19.49

0.08

Northumberland Care Trust

186.00

17.58

0.23

74.02

0.00

21.01

41.54

County Durham PCT

184.74

5.53

1.56

16.99

0.00

18.27

0.14

Darlington PCT

178.15

2.89

0.36

29.64

0.00

25.03

0.23

Blackpool PCT

230.16

119.98

0.08

22.27

1.14

26.68

36.06

Blackburn with Darwen Teaching PCT

206.73

75.40

19.28

7.93

0.00

18.80

65.59

Knowsley PCT

178.76

60.80

0.37

27.78

0.00

20.42

44.61

Liverpool PCT

237.07

59.41

3.15

38.94

0.00

20.43

2.03

Central and Eastern Cheshire PCT

117.00

57.47

0.31

0.00

0.00

19.97

17.06

North Lancashire PCT

227.92

52.87

0.23

69.77

0.00

22.98

0.02

Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale PCT

195.05

50.85

0.22

20.25

0.47

23.73

14.25

Halton and St. Helens PCT

177.03

45.84

0.86

25.47

0.00

20.08

23.78

Central Lancashire PCT

211.77

45.50

2.38

44.23

2.63

18.83

37.23

Warrington PCT

202.56

41.63

3.43

73.20

0.00

19.30

0.29

Ashton, Leigh and Wigan PCT

151.18

36.50

0.77

32.70

0.00

22.07

24.84

Oldham PCT

192.09

22.78

0.92

15.96

0.35

21.03

0.07

Cumbria PCT

203.33

12.97

2.83

135.76

0.00

23.05

1.72

Manchester PCT

240.85

8.66

0.00

17.67

0.00

22.47

0.03

Western Cheshire PCT

208.33

7.15

0.04

45.70

0.00

19.36

0.10

Tameside and Glossop PCT

181.28

6.70

1.17

28.96

0.00

19.52

0.10

Stockport PCT

183.92

6.26

0.57

30.41

0.00

24.41

0.07

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Sefton PCT

195.06

6.18

4.27

39.25

0.42

20.31

0.06

Wirral PCT

203.48

4.64

5.22

24.72

0.12

23.69

0.12

Bolton PCT

115.83

2.76

0.46

0.00

0.00

22.21

0.04

Salford Teaching PCT

225.99

2.63

18.76

17.15

0.00

21.28

1.18

Trafford PCT

182.13

2.09

1.58

25.61

0.00

23.05

0.01

East Lancashire PCT

197.26

1.62

0.00

31.86

0.12

20.39

37.00

Bury PCT

180.27

0.00

0.46

7.69

0.02

21.90

67.91

Leeds PCT

186.19

64.90

0.36

5.40

0.00

18.78

74.05

Hull Teaching PCT

178.50

61.22

0.98

46.31

0.00

19.74

37.29

Sheffield PCT

258.72

57.29

0.48

67.71

0.08

22.22

42.16

Calderdale PCT

195.07

57.04

0.57

78.50

0.00

19.75

0.05

Barnsley PCT

311.85

52.54

0.23

158.72

0.00

20.55

0.06

Kirklees PCT

176.91

47.38

11.68

44.60

0.34

19.37

6.15

Rotherham PCT

207.47

42.95

1.45

6.01

0.57

18.40

0.19

North East Lincolnshire PCT

205.44

36.13

0.43

34.73

0.00

19.80

0.07

North Yorkshire and York PCT

195.14

25.77

1.29

79.03

0.00

18.03

0.12

Wakefield District PCT

205.17

22.67

10.60

14.13

0.00

18.56

0.32

Bradford and Airedale Teaching PCT

219.96

18.75

0.41

47.83

0.00

18.47

0.05

Doncaster PCT

226.78

8.34

0.07

26.62

0.00

18.01

0.12

North Lincolnshire PCT

180.20

2.25

0.08

0.69

0.00

19.05

0.04

East Riding of Yorkshire PCT

141.38

0.31

9.27

60.13

0.00

17.17

0.13

Derby City PCT

266.00

62.65

0.00

75.16

0.00

17.97

22.52

Leicester City Teaching PCT

211.70

53.54

2.10

67.24

0.04

18.31

51.21

Bassetlaw PCT

153.76

48.90

0.00

11.81

2.65

20.62

0.22

Leicestershire County and Rutland PCT

183.34

36.72

0.32

71.38

0.19

16.48

0.07

Nottinghamshire County Teaching PCT

166.46

35.78

13.41

34.42

0.59

18.28

0.81

Derbyshire County PCT

158.22

34.89

0.11

57.59

0.52

15.90

0.22

Northamptonshire Teaching PCT

224.52

16.25

3.81

20.16

0.00

22.07

82.56

Nottingham City PCT

228.97

13.90

0.23

22.21

0.00

13.41

78.62

Lincolnshire Teaching PCT

161.84

0.32

2.05

118.42

0.06

20.07

0.66

Telford and Wrekin PCT

199.65

103.61

3.98

26.28

0.47

18.07

3.05

Coventry Teaching PCT

249.34

71.04

3.40

41.22

0.00

23.27

0.04

Shropshire County PCT

188.66

69.30

4.99

36.72

0.66

19.82

26.37

Walsall Teaching PCT

192.94

62.66

0.48

23.04

0.00

21.06

0.10

South Birmingham PCT

232.67

58.72

0.47

27.10

0.09

16.20

60.34

Birmingham East and North PCT

224.06

57.04

0.23

49.75

0.01

14.78

32.55

Sandwell PCT

271.47

56.92

15.97

67.00

0.00

15.25

0.12

Wolverhampton City PCT

203.29

54.74

0.00

76.63

0.00

15.49

0.26

Dudley PCT

170.37

54.57

1.85

16.11

0.20

16.96

0.16

Herefordshire PCT

251.88

49.69

0.29

76.07

0.20

16.37

26.09

Solihull Care Trust

175.31

45.26

11.65

23.37

0.00

16.37

0.09

North Staffordshire PCT

204.47

41.78

0.63

61.38

0.00

20.98

27.52

Worcestershire PCT

204.51

29.86

0.40

123.11

0.00

19.21

0.87

Stoke on Trent Teaching PCT

97.85

9.94

12.03

30.91

0.00

21.49

0.06

Heart of Birmingham Teaching PCT

296.63

9.50

0.26

56.42

0.12

16.44

0.07

South Staffordshire PCT

165.47

6.04

0.20

45.44

0.69

17.00

6.04

Warwickshire PCT

226.28

0.80

0.10

172.60

0.00

16.67

0.06

Peterborough PCT

233.12

129.06

29.55

17.59

0.02

23.38

0.05

Cambridgeshire PCT

193.78

110.95

11.98

24.86

0.00

19.69

7.02

Luton Teaching PCT

182.11

56.17

0.00

18.72

0.00

15.58

0.13

South East Essex PCT

196.72

55.95

0.13

37.80

0.00

18.34

0.11

West Essex PCT

186.77

43.57

0.27

4.06

0.06

18.20

0.00

Mid Essex PCT

166.27

27.80

0.00

52.05

0.00

21.92

0.03

North East Essex PCT

171.90

24.68

12.08

36.84

0.00

20.62

49.17

Norfolk PCT

199.06

23.25

0.07

22.24

0.08

22.86

0.33

South West Essex Teaching PCT

174.30

13.85

7.00

33.31

0.00

17.73

53.77

Bedfordshire PCT

152.17

9.12

1.72

31.14

0.00

18.26

0.74

Great Yarmouth and Waveney Teaching PCT

199.81

7.08

1.63

16.42

0.20

19.81

0.02

Hertfordshire PCT

172.00

5.81

0.15

138.63

0.00

15.51

0.12

Suffolk PCT

174.97

0.80

0.01

0.06

0.28

21.02

0.06

Barking and Dagenham PCT

353.87

265.82

0.00

33.87

0.00

15.41

8.01

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Islington PCT

409.91

249.95

0.65

18.49

0.13

14.93

3.95

City and Hackney Teaching PCT

377.64

184.76

0.00

21.50

0.00

15.04

0.88

Waltham Forest PCT

234.55

171.07

0.14

7.93

0.00

14.95

0.07

Camden PCT

332.52

165.11

0.88

21.24

0.38

13.25

3.23

Haringey Teaching PCT

307.98

136.52

0.00

32.82

0.00

13.98

4.56

Bexley PCT

190.49

124.97

0.05

44.44

0.02

13.47

0.46

Westminster PCT

447.21

123.31

1.40

12.42

0.00

15.65

6.66

Greenwich Teaching PCT

161.17

113.09

0.19

25.17

0.21

14.33

0.69

Barnet PCT

217.09

106.07

0.22

16.40

0.00

16.82

3.04

Tower Hamlets PCT

252.25

105.27

0.06

19.62

0.00

15.56

0.19

Havering PCT

179.91

99.96

0.00

26.50

0.00

16.58

0.02

Wandsworth PCT

332.67

94.17

0.96

51.52

0.00

13.36

92.40

Newham PCT

208.93

92.76

0.00

18.47

0.00

13.00

0.48

Kensington and Chelsea PCT

331.81

83.96

9.88

48.27

0.74

3.60

4.14

Enfield PCT

238.67

83.73

0.07

21.87

0.00

13.48

2.99

Hammersmith and Fulham PCT

314.21

78.97

9.33

38.12

0.15

15.75

2.58

Harrow PCT

231.83

45.79

11.78

45.88

0.00

16.08

52.08

Brent Teaching PCT

217.30

45.69

16.47

18.39

0.00

13.20

0.12

Croydon PCT

206.24

38.90

0.05

53.58

1.19

11.55

0.08

Lambeth PCT

352.15

26.84

0.49

2.41

3.38

13.88

0.17

Ealing PCT

274.68

23.91

0.25

7.50

0.00

12.88

0.41

Kingston PCT

226.71

7.49

1.55

0.25

0.78

15.30

0.03

Southwark PCT

240.88

7.13

0.16

10.40

0.00

9.91

0.93

Richmond and Twickenham PCT

48.01

6.55

0.00

5.11

0.00

19.46

0.26

Bromley PCT

194.46

2.94

0.19

17.09

0.00

16.32

0.57

Hounslow PCT

219.07

1.92

0.08

14.17

0.00

15.35

0.70

Hillingdon PCT

153.34

0.00

0.35

13.05

0.00

14.30

0.30

Lewisham PCT

310.55

0.00

0.36

59.86

0.00

16.35

2.02

Redbridge PCT

194.74

0.00

1.76

5.48

0.00

15.48

0.09

Sutton and Merton PCT

187.89

0.00

0.29

32.75

0.00

14.34

0.45

Brighton and Hove City Teaching PCT

270.93

181.88

0.76

27.40

0.18

25.44

5.08

East Sussex Downs and Weald PCT

181.69

138.80

0.31

2.11

0.40

19.66

4.21

Hastings and Rother PCT

180.64

131.42

0.47

1.69

0.63

24.26

8.66

Eastern and Coastal Kent Teaching PCT

198.16

90.94

0.13

74.10

0.79

17.23

3.46

Surrey PCT

198.65

62.44

0.06

25.70

0.00

21.10

61.16

Medway Teaching PCT

214.53

48.68

0.04

59.50

0.00

18.32

6.56

West Sussex Teaching PCT

161.06

10.94

0.19

114.98

0.78

20.62

3.95

West Kent PCT

189.55

10.45

2.62

19.44

0.00

19.80

0.23

Portsmouth City Teaching PCT

273.65

167.09

4.11

37.93

0.29

20.75

0.01

Hampshire PCT

196.90

90.37

1.18

11.98

0.00

31.24

0.04

Southampton City PCT

231.89

67.41

0.11

55.83

0.00

21.86

0.77

Isle of Wight Healthcare PCT

273.84

58.52

0.08

64.88

0.00

21.88

30.07

Milton Keynes PCT

190.72

54.09

0.36

31.75

0.00

14.87

0.04

Buckinghamshire PCT

185.54

7.58

10.97

25.49

0.00

15.53

86.01

Oxfordshire PCT

215.90

6.44

13.38

29.23

0.00

20.03

112.85

Berkshire West PCT

199.55

0.45

11.08

22.19

0.00

16.56

0.13

Berkshire East Teaching PCT

213.33

0.00

£0.20

56.85

0.00

16.98

0.08

Dorset PCT

198.24

74.80

0.00

66.77

0.00

16.86

15.99

Gloucestershire PCT

212.73

71.93

6.37

25.70

0.08

20.30

7.18

Bournemouth and Poole Teaching PCT

233.64

64.45

6.80

51.00

0.00

19.00

55.43

Bath and North East Somerset PCT

205.50

59.26

0.38

56.70

1.98

20.43

0.03

Plymouth Teaching PCT

226.13

55.48

13.00

39.92

1.31

21.88

7.19

Torbay Care Trust

214.38

52.14

2.91

57.74

0.00

19.54

0.26

Cornwall and Isles of Scilly PCT

193.67

50.33

1.36

56.45

0.63

16.52

33.06

North Somerset PCT

130.09

50.22

13.44

3.72

0.00

18.17

27.88

Devon PCT

190.43

47.14

0.37

27.06

0.00

16.49

23.91

Wiltshire PCT

165.71

45.89

9.43

23.89

0.26

16.62

41.37

Somerset PCT

169.94

41.28

0.50

41.24

0.00

16.81

48.63

Swindon PCT

204.05

33.72

0.32

28.96

0.00

19.05

0.09

South Gloucestershire PCT

154.67

10.02

1.52

18.29

4.46

16.72

0.02

Bristol Teaching PCT

£317.53

0.00

20.19

134.22

0.00

20.47

41.21

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Aggregate PCT

194.46

2.94

0.19

17.09

0.00

16.32

0.57