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- Written Answers — Health: Carers (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: The Care Bill will for the first time set out a process that local authorities will have to comply with which will ensure that a person receiving care and support will continue to do so if they decide to move home to another authority. The Bill will require the local authority where the person originally lives to provide certain information about the person's care and support to the authority...
- Written Answers — Health: Cockermouth Community Hospital (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: Tendering decisions relating to the Cockermouth hospital site are a local matter and it would be for NHS England to consider whether a review of any tendering decision would be appropriate.
- Written Answers — Health: Health Services: Cornwall (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: The information is not available in the format requested. Such information as is available is in the following table. NHS Hospital and Community Health Service workforce statistics—Provisional Statistics: All professionally qualified clinical staff, managerial staff and administrative staff in the Cornwall area with total earnings1 over specified amounts 2008-132 (headcount of staff...
- Written Answers — Health: NHS Property Services (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: The Department has not carried out any Gateway reviews on programmes or projects managed by NHS Property Services Ltd.
- Written Answers — Health: NHS: Foreign Workers (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: The number of non-European economic area migrant workers currently employed within the national health service is not collected centrally. Data from the Health and Social Care Information Centre workforce census as at 30 September 2012 shows that 34,043 Hospital and Community and Health Service doctors and general practitioners qualified outside the European economic area (EEA). Data on...
- Written Answers — Health: Nurses (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: The employment of nurses on either a permanent or temporary basis is a matter for individual trusts. The Department does not collect data about the numbers of agency nurses working in the national health service nor the average cost of an agency employed nurse. The average cost of a directly employed nurse in the NHS is £42,000 per full-time equivalent in 2012-13.
- Written Answers — Health: Pharmacy (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: General guidance only has been given to national health service organisations on managing their land and property rather than for specific uses such as a pharmacy. This is provided in the Department's publication “Health Building Note 00-08: Estatecode”. A copy of this publication has already been placed in the Library.
- Written Answers — Health: Pharmacy: Training (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: Health Education England (HEE) provides funding to the local education and training boards (LETBs) to manage the education and training of healthcare staff within their area. HEE does not allocate a specific amount of funding for the education and training of pharmacists because LETBs set their local investment priorities, working with the providers in their area. LETBs are required to fund...
- Written Answers — Health: School Milk (11 December 2013)
Daniel Poulter: The Department is conducting a comprehensive analysis of all the responses to the Nursery Milk consultation, the impact assessment and the accompanying survey of child care providers. A Government response on the future operation of the Nursery Milk Scheme will be provided after full consideration is given to these and other relevant information.