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Long Covid clinic statistics

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Dear Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust,

I have the following questions for your Long Covid clinic:

- How many patients did the clinic treat for the period of 22nd of June to 21st of July 2021?
- How many of these patients were not hospitalised with their acute Covid infection?
- How many of these patients have been engaged with the clinic for longer than 12 weeks?
- How many of these patients reported an inability to work or a significant reduction in working hours due to prolonging Covid symptoms?
- How many of these patients are younger than 40?

Yours faithfully,

Clare Sibthorpe

oxford@infreemation.co.uk, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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oxford@infreemation.co.uk, Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Dear Clare Sibthorpe

The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is writing to respond
to your request, F21-5647, sent 21/07/2021.

Please see below your request underlined and in italics, the Trust’s
response bold.

1.         How many patients did the clinic treat for the period of 22nd
of June to 21st of July 2021? – This information is held – 49 patients

2.         How many of these patients were not hospitalised with their
acute Covid infection? – This information is held – 34 patients

3.         How many of these patients have been engaged with the clinic
for longer than 12 weeks? – This information is not held. There have been
no recorded instances where patients whose period, between their first and
last appointment, was greater than 12 weeks.

4.         How many of these patients reported an inability to work or a
significant reduction in working hours due to prolonging Covid symptoms? –
This information is not held.

5.         How many of these patients are younger than 40? – This
information is held – 14 patients

N.B. Please note that the appointment types used, to generate the data in
relation to long COVID clinics, were:

•           Post-COVID-19 Telemed New

•           Post-COVID-19 Video New

•           Post-COVID-19 New

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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
John Radcliffe Hospital
Headley Way
Headington
Oxford
OX3 9DU

 

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