Hospitals: Waiting Lists

Department of Health written question – answered on 20th October 2014.

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Photo of Helen Jones Helen Jones Shadow Minister (Home Affairs)

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many people in Warrington waited more than 18 weeks for treatment in each year from 2010.

Photo of Jane Ellison Jane Ellison The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health

The data is not available in the format requested. The following table shows the number of patients who waited or were waiting over 18 weeks from referral to first treatment at Warrington and Halton NHS Foundation Trust in each month from January 2010 to August 2014.

Admitted (adjusted) pathways

Non-admitted pathways

Incomplete pathways

January 2010

101

57

1,178

February 2010

110

65

1,269

March 2010

138

57

1,314

April 2010

87

72

1,340

May 2010

108

54

1,316

June 2010

98

68

1,426

July 2010

112

62

1,481

August 2010

74

36

1,592

September 2010

99

36

1,552

October 2010

96

40

1,460

November 2010

94

48

1,530

December 2010

70

26

1,626

January 2011

84

42

1,583

February 2011

81

29

1,451

March 2011

106

58

1,156

April 2011

72

25

1,104

May 2011

81

38

1,105

June 2011

75

20

1,228

July 2011

82

38

1,801

August 2011

79

45

1,830

September 2011

96

36

1,366

October 2011

107

60

1,403

November 2011

154

71

1,453

December 2011

130

68

1,530

January 2012

127

129

1,474

February 2012

119

68

1,363

March 2012

138

90

924

April 2012

126

49

881

May 2012

125

45

885

June 2012

120

58

888

July 2012

143

85

834

August 2012

124

68

867

September 2012

159

75

821

October 2012

150

85

819

November 2012

156

46

880

December 2012

103

42

844

January 2013

131

68

870

February 2013

158

66

884

March 2013

156

54

872

April 2013

151

52

930

May 2013

153

60

975

June 2013

165

51

923

July 2013

174

75

870

August 2013

134

56

951

September 2013

165

71

831

October 2013

147

59

800

November 2013

158

62

772

December 2013

106

79

722

January 2014

141

85

704

February 2014

123

57

687

March 2014

120

65

655

April 2014

126

59

662

May 2014

117

72

675

June 2014

111

45

636

July 2014

177

79

656

August 2014

160

75

581

Source: NHS England

Notes:

  1. Admitted (adjusted) pathways means inpatients/day-cases during the month.
  2. Non-admitted pathways means outpatient pathways, and pathways that end without treatment.
  3. Incomplete pathways means the number of patients still waiting at the month end.
  4. Data cannot be aggregated into years as incomplete pathways data provides a snapshot at each month end.

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