Special Health Boards

– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 22nd March 2010.

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Photo of Michael Matheson Michael Matheson Scottish National Party

Question S3W-32579

To ask the Scottish Executive what capital funds are being made available to NHS boards and Special Health Boards in 2010-11.

Photo of Nicola Sturgeon Nicola Sturgeon Scottish National Party

NHS boards have been given a formula capital allocation of £279 million for 2010-11.

Details of NHS boards formula allocations together with Special Board minor works allocations for the period 2010-11 are as follows:

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NHS Board2010-11 £ Million
Ayrshire and Arran18.472
Borders5.196
Dumfries and Galloway7.769
Fife15.655
Forth Valley12.515
Grampian25.256
Greater Glasgow83.887
Highland16.014
Lanarkshire25.398
Lothian44.331
Orkney0.770
Shetland0.873
Tayside21.226
Western Isles1.638
Total279.000

Special Health Board£ Million
Scottish Ambulance Service19.338
National Services Scotland6.308
NHS 241.319
The State Hospitals Board for Scotland39.181
National Waiting Times Centre7.054
NHS Education for Scotland0.000
NHS Health Scotland0.290
NHS Quality Improvement Scotland0.250
Total73.740

In addition boards will receive allocations for initiatives such as primary care modernisation, medical equipment and radiotherapy equipment.

The total health net capital budget for 2010-11 is £557.4 million.

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