Responded to: 13th December 2016
This is a request under the Freedom of Information Act 2000. For NHS Stockport CCG for the financial years 2015/16 and 2016/17, please provide the following information:
1. The total budget of the CCG (for 2016/17, this may be projected rather than actual):
2. The total spent on each of the following areas (ditto):
(a) Accident and Emergency Ambulance Service
(b) NHS 111
(c) Out of hours primary care
(d) Elective hospital care
(e) Rehabilitation services
(f) Maternity and newborn services (including, if available, a breakdown into physical and mental health)
(g) Children’s health (including, if available, a breakdown into physical and mental health)
(h) Services for learning disabilities
(i) Mental health services (including a separate figure for psychological therapies)
(j) Infertility treatment
(k) NHS continuing healthcare (including, if available, a breakdown into at home care and care homes)
(l) Community healthcare (including any appropriate sub-sections)
(m) Dental services
(n) Eye care services
(o) Prisoner/detainee/young offender treatment
(p) Other (the remainder of the total once the above items have been subtracted)
NHS Stockport CCG does not routinely report on financial information in the format requested. Therefore we would have exceeded the allotted time allowable for such a request to be completed within.
For this reason, we have only provided the data for the current 16/17 year.
Please find attached a summary table, responding to the questions as requested, in a spreadsheet format for 2016/17:
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