Treatment and care of incarcerated people with bleeding disorders

Dan Farthing made this Rhyddid Gwybodaeth request to Forth Valley NHS Board

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Dear Forth Valley NHS Board,

I am interested in the information provided to prisons and other secure facilities in Scotland to ensure they are able to provide appropriate access to treatment and care to those they are responsible for with inherited bleeding disorders such as haemophilia a, haemophilia b, von Willebrands, other clotting factor deficiencies, or platelet disorders.

Specifically, what information is provided to,
a) Prisons and offender institutions including for those on remand,
b) to facilities for those detained under the mental health act,
within the territory of your health board?

Thank you for your help and assistance with this enquiry.

Yours faithfully,

Dan Farthing

freedomofinformation (NHS FORTH VALLEY),

Dear Mr Farthing,

Thank you for your email.

NHS Forth Valley has received your request and it has been allocated the following reference number FOI/0004737.

A response to your request will be sent promptly and in any event not later than the 23rd May 2019.

Yours sincerely,

Tina Crowe

Sent on behalf of:

Hilary Chalmers
Lead Freedom of Information Officer
Information Governance Department
NHS Forth Valley
CSD
Colquhoun Street
Stirling FK7 7PX
01786 433284
07775842346
[email address]
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From: Dan Farthing <[FOI #570669 email]>
Sent: 24 April 2019 16:26
To: freedomofinformation (NHS FORTH VALLEY)
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Treatment and care of incarcerated people with bleeding disorders

Dear Forth Valley NHS Board,

I am interested in the information provided to prisons and other secure facilities in Scotland to ensure they are able to provide appropriate access to treatment and care to those they are responsible for with inherited bleeding disorders such as haemophilia a, haemophilia b, von Willebrands, other clotting factor deficiencies, or platelet disorders.

Specifically, what information is provided to,
a) Prisons and offender institutions including for those on remand,
b) to facilities for those detained under the mental health act,
within the territory of your health board?

Thank you for your help and assistance with this enquiry.

Yours faithfully,

Dan Farthing

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freedomofinformation (NHS FORTH VALLEY),

1 Atodiad

Dear Mr Farthing

 

We write in response to your enquiry requesting information under the
Freedom of Information (Scotland) Act 2002. Our response is contained in
the attached documents.

Yours sincerely

Hilary Chalmers
Lead Freedom of Information Officer
Information Governance Department
NHS Forth Valley
CSD
Colquhoun Street
Stirling FK7 7PX
01786 433284
07775842346
[1][email address]
 

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