Reference 2016-185

REF:            2016-185

Subject:        Private Patients income

          

 

Request:

So the new request should read:

I am making a Freedom of Information Request under the FOIA 2000. Please provide, in excel spreadsheet format, the following information relating to private and overseas patients treated through hospital(s) under this Trust in the financial year 2015/16 (or, at least, from the start of that financial year to date):

  1. Please indicate the total income from private and overseas patients (£);
  2. Please indicate what proportion of income from private and overseas patients was not from UK patients (first as a %, then in £);
  3. Please indicate what proportion of income from private and overseas patients was from patients from other EEA countries (first as a %, then in £).
  4. Please indicate the number of private and overseas patients treated;
  5. Please indicate the proportion of private and overseas patients treated that were not from the UK (first as a %, then as a number);
  6. Please indicate what proportion of private and overseas patients treated were from other EEA countries (first as a %, then as a number).

By “other EEA countries” I am referring to member states of the European Economic Area aside from the UK.

 

Response:

Please indicate the total income from private and overseas patients (£); £244k, estimated full year
Please indicate what proportion of income from private and overseas patients was not from UK patients (first as a %, then in £); Approximately 70% £171k
Please indicate what proportion of income from private and overseas patients was from patients from other EEA countries (first as a %, then in £). Unable to provide without a detailed audit
Please indicate the number of private and overseas patients treated; Estimated full year 245,
Please indicate the proportion of private and overseas patients treated that were not from the UK (first as a %, then as a number); 172, approximately 70%
Please indicate what proportion of private and overseas patients treated were from other EEA countries (first as a %, then as a number). Unable to provide without a detailed audit