Extra Contractual Referral Numbers

Dr Russell Razzaque made this Freedom of Information request to Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

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Dr Russell Razzaque

Dear Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust,

I am currently conducting some health economics research and would be grateful if you could send me information on how many extra contractual referrals (ECRs) your Trust has made for acute working age adult psychiatric in-patient beds over the last 3 years. This excludes any referrals for specialist or long stay beds – i.e. forensic, rehab or other tertiary referrals - as I am referring only to acute admissions that had to be sent to another Trust (often out of hours) as a result of periodic bed pressures within your own area.

I would also be grateful if you could break the information down as follows;

i) Totals for each month (over the last 36 months).
ii) Gender ratios (i.e. what percentage was male and what percentage was female).
iii) Which Trusts you made these referrals to (totals for each year).

Many thanks in advance.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Russell Razzaque

Cidney Lucas,

RE: Freedom of Information Request – FOI 1239

 

Thank you for your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 regarding extra contractual referrals for acute
admissions sent to other Trusts. 

 

Following receipt of your request, I have approached the relevant Director
and I can confirm that the information requested above is held by Oxleas
NHS Foundation Trust for working age adults only.

 

Your request will now be processed by appropriate Director. The 20 working
day deadline date under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 by which you
can expect to receive the information is 13th December 2013.

 

Kind regards

 
 
 
 
Cidney Lucas
Information Governance Team
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:01322 299854
[1][email address]
Fax:01322 299851
>>> Dr Russell Razzaque <[2][FOI #185442 email]>
18/11/2013 08:38 >>>
Dear Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust,

I am currently conducting some health economics research and would be
grateful if you could send me information on how many extra contractual
referrals (ECRs) your Trust has made for acute working age adult
psychiatric in-patient beds over the last 3 years. This excludes any
referrals for specialist or long stay beds i.e.  forensic, rehab or other
tertiary referrals - as I am referring only to acute admissions that had
to be sent to another Trust (often out of hours) as a result of periodic
bed pressures within your own area.

I would also be grateful if you could break the information down as
follows;

i) Totals for each month (over the last 36 months).
ii) Gender ratios (i.e. what percentage was male and what percentage was
female).
iii) Which Trusts you made these referrals to (totals for each
year).         

Many thanks in advance.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Russell Razzaque

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Cidney Lucas,

RE: Freedom of Information Request – FOI 1239
 

I am writing to let you know that the Trust will require an extension of a
week to be added to the deadline date of 13th December 2013, to supply you
with the information your require under the Freedom of Information Act
2000.

 

The information will now be presented to you by no later than 20th
December 2013.

 

On behalf of the Trust, I apologise for any inconvenience this may cause
you, however the responsible Director has requested more time in order to
ensure the information you have requested is collated in its entirety.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me, should you wish to discuss this
matter further.

 

Yours faithfully.

 
 
Cidney Lucas
Information Governance Team
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:01322 299854
[1][email address]
Fax:01322 299851
>>> Cidney Lucas 28/11/2013 16:57 >>>

RE: Freedom of Information Request – FOI 1239

 

Thank you for your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 regarding extra contractual referrals for acute
admissions sent to other Trusts. 

 

Following receipt of your request, I have approached the relevant Director
and I can confirm that the information requested above is held by Oxleas
NHS Foundation Trust for working age adults only.

 

Your request will now be processed by appropriate Director. The 20 working
day deadline date under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 by which you
can expect to receive the information is 13th December 2013.

 

Kind regards

 
 
 
 
Cidney Lucas
Information Governance Team
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:01322 299854
[2][email address]
Fax:01322 299851
>>> Dr Russell Razzaque <[3][FOI #185442 email]>
18/11/2013 08:38 >>>
Dear Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust,

I am currently conducting some health economics research and would be
grateful if you could send me information on how many extra contractual
referrals (ECRs) your Trust has made for acute working age adult
psychiatric in-patient beds over the last 3 years. This excludes any
referrals for specialist or long stay beds i.e.  forensic, rehab or other
tertiary referrals - as I am referring only to acute admissions that had
to be sent to another Trust (often out of hours) as a result of periodic
bed pressures within your own area.

I would also be grateful if you could break the information down as
follows;

i) Totals for each month (over the last 36 months).
ii) Gender ratios (i.e. what percentage was male and what percentage was
female).
iii) Which Trusts you made these referrals to (totals for each
year).         

Many thanks in advance.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Russell Razzaque

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Cidney Lucas,

1 Atodiad

RE: Freedom of Information Request – FOI 1239
Further to my email below, regarding your request for information on extra
contractual referrals for acute admissions sent to other Trusts, please
find attached the information to which you are entitled under the Freedom
of Information Act 2000.
 
Please accept my apologies on behalf of the Trust for the delay you have
experienced in receiving information.
 
Please do not hesitate to contact me if you require any further
assistance.
 
Kind regards.
 
 
Cidney Lucas
Information Governance Team
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:01322 299854
[1][email address]
Fax:01322 299851
>>> Cidney Lucas 13/12/2013 08:49 >>>
RE: Freedom of Information Request – FOI 1239
 

I am writing to let you know that the Trust will require an extension of a
week to be added to the deadline date of 13th December 2013, to supply you
with the information your require under the Freedom of Information Act
2000.

 

The information will now be presented to you by no later than 20th
December 2013.

 

On behalf of the Trust, I apologise for any inconvenience this may cause
you, however the responsible Director has requested more time in order to
ensure the information you have requested is collated in its entirety.

 

Please do not hesitate to contact me, should you wish to discuss this
matter further.

 

Yours faithfully.

 
 
Cidney Lucas
Information Governance Team
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:01322 299854
[2][email address]
Fax:01322 299851
>>> Cidney Lucas 28/11/2013 16:57 >>>

RE: Freedom of Information Request – FOI 1239

 

Thank you for your request for information under the Freedom of
Information Act 2000 regarding extra contractual referrals for acute
admissions sent to other Trusts. 

 

Following receipt of your request, I have approached the relevant Director
and I can confirm that the information requested above is held by Oxleas
NHS Foundation Trust for working age adults only.

 

Your request will now be processed by appropriate Director. The 20 working
day deadline date under the Freedom of Information Act 2000 by which you
can expect to receive the information is 13th December 2013.

 

Kind regards

 
 
 
 
Cidney Lucas
Information Governance Team
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
Tel:01322 299854
[3][email address]
Fax:01322 299851
>>> Dr Russell Razzaque <[4][FOI #185442 email]>
18/11/2013 08:38 >>>
Dear Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust,

I am currently conducting some health economics research and would be
grateful if you could send me information on how many extra contractual
referrals (ECRs) your Trust has made for acute working age adult
psychiatric in-patient beds over the last 3 years. This excludes any
referrals for specialist or long stay beds i.e.  forensic, rehab or other
tertiary referrals - as I am referring only to acute admissions that had
to be sent to another Trust (often out of hours) as a result of periodic
bed pressures within your own area.

I would also be grateful if you could break the information down as
follows;

i) Totals for each month (over the last 36 months).
ii) Gender ratios (i.e. what percentage was male and what percentage was
female).
iii) Which Trusts you made these referrals to (totals for each
year).         

Many thanks in advance.

Yours faithfully,

Dr Russell Razzaque

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Is [6][Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust request email] the wrong address for Freedom of
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