Health Services: Waiting Lists

Department of Health written question – answered at on 29 June 2015.

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Photo of Colleen Fletcher Colleen Fletcher Labour, Coventry North East

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many patients in (a) Coventry, (b) the West Midlands and (c) England waited for more than a year for NHS treatment in each of the last five years.

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

The information is shown in the following table.

Number of patients who waited more than 52 weeks from referral to start consultant-led treatment for non-urgent conditions, 2010-11 to 2014-15

Coventry

West Midlands

England

2010-11

18

2,612

15,351

2011-12

12

3,080

20,434

2012-13

10

1,040

10,775

2013-14

8

3441

4,564

2014-15

9

1,065

5,747

Source: Consultant-led referral to treatment waiting times, NHS England

Notes:

  1. Data in the West Midlands for 2013-14 was affected by data reporting issues.
  2. Coventry is defined as:

Coventry Teaching Primary Care Trust (PCT) from 2010-11 to 2012-13

NHS Coventry And Rugby Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) from 2013-14

  1. From 2010-11 to 2012-13, West Midlands is defined as:

Birmingham East and North PCT

Coventry Teaching PCT

Dudley PCT

Heart of Birmingham Teaching PCT

Herefordshire PCT

North Staffordshire PCT

Sandwell PCT

Shropshire County PCT

Solihull Care Trust

South Birmingham PCT

South Staffordshire PCT

Stoke on Trent PCT

Telford and Wrekin PCT

Walsall Teaching PCT

Warwickshire PCT

Wolverhampton City PCT

Worcestershire PCT

  1. From 2013-14, West Midlands is defined as:

NHS Birmingham Crosscity CCG

NHS Birmingham South And Central CCG

NHS Coventry And Rugby CCG

NHS Dudley CCG

NHS Herefordshire CCG

NHS Redditch And Bromsgrove CCG

NHS Sandwell And West Birmingham CCG

NHS Solihull CCG

NHS South Warwickshire CCG

NHS South Worcestershire CCG

NHS Walsall CCG

NHS Warwickshire North CCG

NHS Wolverhampton CCG

NHS Wyre Forest CCG

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