Community Diagnostic Centres: Yorkshire and the Humber

Department of Health and Social Care written question – answered at on 17 November 2023.

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Photo of Nicholas Fletcher Nicholas Fletcher Conservative, Don Valley

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, with reference to the press release entitled Government to deliver 160 community diagnostic centres a year early, published on 31 October 2023, which community diagnostic centres in Yorkshire are (a) already operational and (b) due to open in the next twelve months.

Photo of Andrew Stephenson Andrew Stephenson Assistant Whip, Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

The Government has confirmed it is now on track to meet its target to open 160 community diagnostic centres (CDCs) by March 2025, and expects to achieve this a year early in March 2024. 10 CDCs are currently operational in Yorkshire, with a further eight due to open ahead of November 2024, and a further final CDC planned to open by March 2025. In total, 19 CDCs are due to open in Yorkshire by March 2025. CDCs in Yorkshire have been defined as those open under the following integrated care boards (ICBs):

- Humber and North Yorkshire ICB;

- South Yorkshire ICB; and

- West Yorkshire ICB.

The following CDCs in Yorkshire are already operational:

- Armley Moor Health Centre CDC;

- Askham Bar Community Care Centre CDC;

- Barnsley Glassworks CDC;

- Bradford District and Craven CDC;

- East Riding Community Hospital CDC;

- Huddersfield CDC;

- Leeds CDC;

- Montagu Hospital CDC;

- Rotherham Diagnostics CDC; and

- Selby War Memorial CDC.

The following CDCs in Yorkshire are due to open in the next twelve months:

- Beeston Village Centre CDC;

- Halifax CDC;

- Hull & East Riding CDC;

- North Lincolnshire CDC;

- Ripon CDC;

- Scarborough Gateway CDC;

- Wakefield CDC; and

- Withernsea Community Hospital CDC.

The CDC in Hull & East Riding is due to open by March 2025.

The Department and NHS England count CDCs delivering activity and accessing national CDC revenue funding as open. This may include activity delivered in temporary facilities while the full CDC is built.

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