Community Clinic VTE FOI

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Dear NHS Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group,

Please could you provide information on the below:

Does your CCG commission a community VTE clinic?

In the last 12 months how many patients have been treated at the clinic?

How many patients have been treated with a DOAC within the clinic?

Of these patients how many were treated with:
• Xarelto
• Lixiana
• Pradaxa
• Eliquis

Many thanks for your time on this request

Yours faithfully,

Arthur Palin

FOI (NHS BARNSLEY CCG), NHS Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group

Dear Arthur

I write to you to acknowledge the receipt of your request for information from Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group, We will provide a response to your request within 20 working days as stated in the Freedom Of Information Act.

Yours sincerely

Paige Dawson
Risk, Governance and Assurance Facilitator
NHS Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group, Putting Barnsley People First
Hillder House, 49 – 51 Gawber Road, Barnsley, S75 2PY
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FOI (NHS BARNSLEY CCG), NHS Barnsley Clinical Commissioning Group

​Dear Arthur

 

In response to your request for information I have received the following
details:-

 

 

Does your CCG commission a community VTE clinic? - NO Barnsley CCG does
not currently  commission a community VTE clinic

 

In the last 12 months how many patients have been treated at the clinic?

 

How many patients have been treated with a DOAC within the clinic?

 

Of these patients how many were treated with:

•             Xarelto

•             Lixiana

•             Pradaxa

•             Eliquis

 

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Sector Information Regulations 2005, Statutory Instrument 2005 No.1515
which came into force on 1^st July 2005.

 

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Yours sincerely

 

 Barnsley CCG

 

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