Health Services: Fareham

Health written question – answered on 14th May 2014.

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Photo of Mark Hoban Mark Hoban Conservative, Fareham

To ask the Secretary of State for Health how much his Department spent per capita in each general practice area in Fareham constituency in the last year for which information is available.

Photo of Norman Lamb Norman Lamb The Minister of State, Department of Health

The information is shown in the following table.

The closest geographical boundary to the question is the area covered by NHS Fareham and Gosport Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG).

Fareham and Gosport CCG General Practice spend 2013-14
General Practitioner Practice Name Weighted List Size as at Q4 2013-14 Total spend 2013-14 (£) Spend Per Capita—Weighted (£)
Gosport Health Centre Practice 8,638.37 1,336,261 155
Portchester Practice 8,596.25 795,373 93
The Whiteley Surgery 9,993.36 1,180,482 118
Centre Practice 15,540.52 1,363,476 88
Gudgeheath Lane Surgery 7,804.48 773,741 99
Jubilee Surgery 8,259.15 874,108 106
Stoke Road Medical Centre 8,752.48 905,412 103
Bury Road Surgery 4,337.50 446,570 103
Forton Medical Centre 9,656.23 1,125,220 117
Stubbington Medical Practice 13,184.17 1,240,984 94
Waterside Medical Centre 11,926.55 1,448,573 121
Brune Medical Centre 8,549.08 1,118,871 131
Brockhurst Medical Centre 4,345.77 488,803 112
Bridgemary Medical Centre 8,503.24 936,475 110
Fareham Highlands Practice 15,323.71 1,424,597 93
Westlands Medical Centre 9,802.59 1,075,039 110
Lockswood Surgery 10,786.16 1,106,611 103
Lee on the Solent Health Centre 6,603.07 596,335 90
Brook Lane Surgery 10,787.97 1,209,754 112
Manor Way Surgery 4,566.91 444,296 97
Rowner Health Centre 6,092.44 774,137 127
Totals/Average 192,050.00 20,665,119 108
Note: The average spend per capita figure of 108 is calculated as follows: Total spend 2013-14 (£20,665,119)/Total weighted list size Q4 2013-14 (192,050) = £107.60 Source: NHS England Wessex Area Team

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