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Written Answers — Health: Maternity Matters Strategy (31 Jan 2008)

Ann Keen: There are 11 early adopter sites. They will be hosted by the following national health service organisations: Newham primary care trust; King's College hospital NHS Foundation Trust/Guy's and St. Thomas Foundation Trust/Southwark primary care trust; Milton Keynes primary care trust; East Lancashire hospitals NHS Trust; South Central strategic health authority maternity network; East Sussex...

Written Answers — Health: MRSA: Greater London (31 Jan 2008)

Andrew Dismore: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many cases of (a) MRSA and (b) clostridium difficile there are at (i) Barnet hospital, (ii) Royal Free hospital and (iii) Northwick Park; how many there were in 2006-07; and what steps are being taken to reduce the incidence of these and other hospital-acquired infections in each hospital.

Written Answers — Health: Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: Nurses (31 Jan 2008)

Stewart Jackson: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many new nursing staff were employed in the Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in each year since 1997.

Written Answers — Health: Queens Hospital Romford: Infectious Diseases (31 Jan 2008)

Andrew Rosindell: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what additional resources will be allocated to Queen's hospital, Romford under the Government's recent announcement of extra staff to tackle hospital infections.

Written Answers — Health: York Hospitals NHS Trust: Manpower (31 Jan 2008)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many full-time equivalent (a) medical consultants, (b) other medical staff, (c) nurses, (d) other professional staff, (e) administrative and clerical staff and (f) auxiliary staff were employed by York NHS trust, excluding those transferred to Selby and York primary care trust, in each year since 1996-97.

Written Answers — Health: York Hospitals NHS Trust: Waiting Lists (31 Jan 2008)

Hugh Bayley: To ask the Secretary of State for Health what the (a) average and (b) maximum waiting time for (i) in-patient and (ii) day case admissions was at York hospitals NHS trust in the quarter ending (a) June 2007, (b) September 2007 and (c) December 2007.

Written Ministerial Statements — Defence: Mental Health Statistics (31 Jan 2008)

Derek Twigg: ...measure, and to assist those veterans not in the catchment areas of one of the new community mental health pilots, we have expanded our medical assessment programme (MAP) based at St. Thomas' hospital, London, to include assessments of veterans with mental health symptoms with operational service from 1982 and whose GPs are concerned that they may not understand the military background of...

Scottish Parliament written answers — Health: Health (31 Jan 2008)

Nicola Sturgeon: ...Lothian 337,109 1,412,009 906,627 252,962 Orkney 0 0 0 0 Shetland 57,702 0 2,664 2,550 Tayside 210,770 147,782 251,000 225,552 Western Isles 0 0 30,000 104,990 State Hospital 1,000 0 0 0 Common Services Agency 0 0 82,000 0 Scottish Ambulance Service 0 0 0 0 Totals 3,521,199 3,303,709 2,955,357 3,925,462 Health Board 2001-02(£)...

Scottish Parliament: Migrants (30 Jan 2008)

Ian McKee: ...most appropriate job to suit their talents and others might need courses in colloquial English, the Scots tongue and local customs and culture. As part of Scotland's long tradition of providing hospitality to people from other nations, we have particular links with Poland. Several of those links have been mentioned tonight, but I draw members' attention to the link between medicine in...

Private Equity/Venture Capital Industry (30 Jan 2008)

Angela Eagle: ..., I suspect. Should there be the calamity of a Conservative Government who wished to do that, I should like to see how they would fund even a tiny part of the public services such as schools, hospitals and so on, in which we have just spent the past 10 years re-investing. It is important both to remember that tax-take finances such services, as well as to examine what might—in an...

Hospices (Funding) (30 Jan 2008)

Ivan Lewis: ...choose to end their lives at home. In that context, we should pay tribute to Macmillan and Marie Curie nurses, and others who do such a remarkable job. There are also residential nursing homes and hospitals. My view is that we should not be neutral about the matter. Given a choice, the vast majority would choose to end their lives in a hospice rather than a hospital. That has implications...

NHS: Malnutrition (30 Jan 2008)

Baroness Knight of Collingtree: asked Her Majesty's Government: How they will respond to the recent reports about the levels of malnourishment of patients in NHS hospitals.

Oral Answers to Questions — International Development: Gaza (30 Jan 2008)

Douglas Alexander: ...believe that the crossing should be open. We recognise that there are deficiencies in the medical supplies available in Gaza and continuing requirements for fuel for generators, not least for the hospitals. That is why I and the Foreign Secretary have made repeated pleas to the Israeli Government to recognise their obligations and ensure that the crossings are open for humanitarian supplies.

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Jan 2008)

Rob Flello: Many of my constituents are concerned about hospital-acquired infections, but today the Health Protection Agency published figures showing a dramatic improvement in the rates of MRSA and C. difficile following the deep clean of our hospitals. Will my right hon. Friend join me in congratulating our health workers on their hard work, despite the cynicism of the Opposition?

Oral Answers to Questions — Prime Minister: Engagements (30 Jan 2008)

Mark Lazarowicz: The Royal Hospital for Sick Children in Edinburgh is renowned for the quality of the medical treatment and care it gives to its young patients, but as a result of a review being carried out by the Scottish National party Administration in Edinburgh it is currently facing downgrading, and in particular the loss of its children's cancer services. Will my right hon. Friend join me in paying...

Gaza (30 Jan 2008)

Jeremy Corbyn: ...who are in work. He continued, saying that "others do not have money, they lost their jobs because the raw materials are not permitted into Gaza. The unemployment reached about 80%. Patients in hospitals are in a real danger as electricity is cut so often and also medicine is not available. I was surprised when my kid Ahmed 5 years old asks 'is there bags dad in Al Arish?' His bag is...

[Hywel Williams in the Chair] — Maternity Services (30 Jan 2008)

Ann Keen: ..., as part of the maternity mental health networks. In the time that remains, it is important that I look at some of the other issues that have been raised. In my area, West Middlesex University hospital is part of the UNICEF baby-friendly scheme. My hon. Friend the Member for Stafford, among others, has worked hard on the issues of breastfeeding and a breastfeeding manifesto, and he should...

Written Answers — Defence: Departmental Official Hospitality (30 Jan 2008)

David Taylor: To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the answer of 14 November 2007, Official Report, column 897W, on departmental official hospitality, what records were kept of entertainment or hospitality received by past or present members of (a) the Defence Council, (b) the Defence Management Board, (c) Defence Equipment and Support, (d) Defence Estates, (e) Science, Innovation...

Written Answers — Defence: Iraq: Peacekeeping Operations (30 Jan 2008)

Derek Twigg: For use in routine transfusions, deployed UK military hospitals maintain stocks of blood sourced from UK National Blood Service (NBS) donor centres, which screen and test their donors according to nationally mandated standards. For most patients, this licensed blood is all that is used for their trauma care. However, in circumstances when standard blood stocks might not be appropriate where...

Written Answers — Health: Bournemouth and Christchurch Primary Care Trust: Finance (30 Jan 2008)

Ben Bradshaw: Specialist top-ups are payable across nine areas of treatment. In 2007-08, all hospitals were eligible for specialist top-ups when they had provided these services. In 2008-09, all providers are still eligible for specialist top-ups for non-specialised child-related, colorectal and orthopaedic activity. The list of providers eligible for all other specialist top-ups was published within the...

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