Please provide the information for all questions for the calendar years 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 (if available).
How many women accessed pregnancy termination services provided by your NHS organisation in each of the listed years?
How many women accessed pregnancy termination services provided by your NHS organisation in each of the listed years – pre six weeks gestation/between six and 12 weeks gestation/between 12 and 20 weeks/between 20 and 24 weeks/post 24 weeks?
How many women had a termination by mifepristone and misoprostol medication in each of the listed years? ‘(The abortion pill’)
How many centres in your Trust offer pregnancy termination services?
What are their locations?
How many people accessed contraceptive services provided by your NHS organisation in each of the listed years?
How many people accessed STI health services provided by your NHS organisation in each of the listed years?
How many people accessed HIV or AIDs services provided by your NHS organisation in each of the listed years?
How many centres in your Trust offer STI or HIV health services?
What are their locations?
Please see attached FOI UHB 0098
I have a Freedom of Information request in relation to Metastatic Squamous Cell Non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC):
Please see attached FOI0085HGS_0052QEHB
I am requesting the following information under the Freedom of Information Act.
- The number of overseas visitors, migrants and former UK residents who have been charged upfront for healthcare treatment by the Trust since October 2017 (excluding private patients using paid-for services offered by the Trust)
- The total costs charged for the treatments referred to in question 1
- The number of overseas visitors, migrants and former UK residents who have been refused healthcare treatment by the Trust since October 2017 because they did not pay upfront charges that were imposed (excluding private patients using paid-for services offered by the Trust)
- Any data the Trust holds on the reasons for the refusal/inability of the patients referred in response to question 3 to pay the imposed upfront charges
- Any data the Trust holds on the conditions the patients referred to in response to question 3 wished to be treated for, or alternatively the treatments that were subject to the imposed charges (these may be grouped into over-arching categories for data protection reasons)
Please see attached FOI UHB0041 and HGS0073
1. PAS Ultragedna/ Organiser PMS
2. EPR Concerto/ Icare
3. Emergency Department Information System MSS Patient First
4. Radiology Information System CRIS
5. PACS AGFA Impax
6. Do you use NHS Mail Or other email solutions used Yes, NHS.net is the Trust’s secure email system
7. Clinical Noting There is no ‘enterprise clinical noting solution’ in place at HGS, but some services use their Dendrite instance to capture clinical notes and clinical comments are also captured via Handover system.
8. Operating Systems By Desktop and By Server Windows 7 and Windows server 2008R2 moving to windows 10 Ent and Windows Server 2016
9. Anti-Virus Vendor Sophos 10.8
10. Clinical Decision Support Systems Electronic Prescribing, electronic Handover
11. Other key clinical systems
12. If you know your current EPR level, or CMDI score please can you include this as well, and any supporting information. 5.12
I need to collect information about the differrent maternity services provided in UK’s hospitals in the 2000.
1. I would like to ask you if it is available a report about the maternity care provided by Heartlands, Solihull and Good Hope Hospitals in 2000.
We do not hold this information.
2. Which information the parents used to receive after the child was born.
We do not hold this information.
3. On average how long the mother stayed in the hospital after childbirth and :
4. If mothers were made be aware about postnatal depression.
It was routine practice in 2000 to take medical history at booking which included history of mental health problems.
Please provide copies of all correspondence between the Trust and: (a) the Department of Health, (b) The Prime Minister’s Office.
Please only include correspondence dated within the last 12 months which contains the word “Brexit”.
This should include correspondence from the Trust’s chief executive and members of the Board of Directors.
NB: if certain parts of these emails cannot be disclosed under the FOI Act, I would request that you blank out the offending passages of text (citing the relevant exemption), rather than withholding the entire document.
There has been no correspondence as detailed above.
1. How many non-UK EU nationals employed as full-time staff left their posts (e.g. either or resigned or quit) in the years 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017?
Please see below.
2. Please can I have this information broken down by role and year? (Eg doctors, nurses and health visitors)
3. It would be helpful if you were to provide any brief notes which might be necessary to understand the context of the information provided, although I recognise that you are not obliged to do this.
I would like to request the following regarding your specific NHS Trust:
1. The Trust’s total annual expenditure on a) gas and b) electricity for the two most recent years for which data is held
Former Heart of England NHS Foundation Trust (Heartlands, Good Hope and Solihull hospitals):
a) Gas 2017/18 £2.3M
b) Electric 2017/18 £1.7M
1. Please could you provide me with the email address for your comms or media team?
2. Can you please provide me with the names and email addresses for the people in your organisation who are directors?
Please see link below:
This information is available on the Trust’s website at https://www.uhb.nhs.uk/board-of- directors.htm . We are therefore withholding this information under Section 21 of the Freedom of Information Act 2000 “information already accessible “.
We are holding a recruitment event on Monday 2 July between 10.30am and 1.30pm to showcase the Paediatric and Neonatal Services provided across the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.
Our teams work at Heartlands and Good Hope Hospitals and our services include two paediatric assessment units, day surgery, inpatients, high dependency facilities and paediatric specific emergency departments, along with a wide range of specialist nurses and a hospital at home team. We also work alongside the Solihull Community Paediatric team. Our neonatal services include neonatal special care, transitional care, high dependency and intensive care cots and a neonatal community outreach team and a family support group.
We are looking to recruit newly qualified nurses who are keen to establish their career foundations in general paediatrics and experienced nurses who are seeking a change in location or have an aspiration to develop different skills. Our neonatal units are looking to employ newly qualified nurses from both child and adult cohorts and will also welcome experienced nurses who would like to change location, learn a new speciality or develop an existing skill set.
There is also the opportunity to work across both paediatrics and neonatal teams and if you are interested then we may be able to facilitate a rotation package for you, so please let us know on the day if this opportunity appeals to you.
The recruitment day will take place on:
Date: Monday 2 July
Time: 10.30am – 1.30pm
Location: Heartlands Education Centre Clinical Skills Room.
During the event you will have the opportunity to see some of training resources available to staff and visit the paediatric and neonatal units. You will also be offered an interview and the chance to complete our Maths entry paper during your visit.
If you have any questions ahead of the day, please don’t hesitate to give a member of our team a call or send an email to:
- Amee Denyer-Smith or Emma Tonks (Paediatric Education Team) 0121 424 2176, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
- Stacey Shaw or Laura Hammond (Neonatal Managers), Amanda Dudley & Gurpreet Sunsoay Neonatal Education Team 0121 424 7904/2720, firstname.lastname@example.org