Erectile Dysfunction Service Provision

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Martin Abrams (Prostate Cancer UK)

Dear NHS Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group,

We are conducting a project on service provision for men with Erectile Dysfunction, with the overarching aim of helping to improve services for men across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

We would be grateful if you could answer the following questions promptly to help us with our analysis of service provision in your area.

Thank you

The questions are as follows:

1. Does your Healthboard provide an erectile dysfunction clinic and can you provide the total number and addresses of all NHS erectile dysfunction clinics within your Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

2. Does your Healthboard provide psychosexual clinics and can you provide the total number and addresses of all NHS psychosexual clinics within your Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

3. Does your Healthboard provide counselling and sex therapy services and can you provide the details of any NHS counselling services and sex therapy services that treat men with erectile dysfunction within your Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

4. Does your Healthboard provide PDE5-I and if so which one?

5. Does your Healthboard prescribe ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets for men who experience erectile dysfunction as a result of prostate cancer treatment?

6. At what dose are the ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets prescribed?

7. Is the daily dose of ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets (2.5/5mg) available/prescribed?

8. Does your Healthboard prescribe the Vacuum erection device for men who experience erectile dysfunction as a result of prostate cancer treatment?

9. Does your Healthboard offer Penile implant surgery (semi-rigid or inflatable implant devices) for men who experience erectile dysfunction as a result of prostate cancer treatment?

Thank you once again, we look forward to hearing from you.

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Yours faithfully,

Martin Abrams (Prostate Cancer UK)

FOI (NHS SOUTH, CENTRAL AND WEST COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT), NHS Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group

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Reference: FOI 16263 WOK 11D

 

Dear Mr Abrams

 

Thank you for your request for information which we received on 3 June
2016 regarding documents and services relating to erectile dysfunction
services.

 

I am pleased to acknowledge your request on behalf of the following
Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG):

 

o NHS Wokingham CCG

 

We will be dealing with your request for information in accordance with
the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

Under the Act we have 20 working days to respond to your request and we
expect to be in a position to reply to you by 1 July 2016.

 

Dealing with your request:

In normal circumstances we should be able to (a) confirm or deny that we
hold this information and (b) if we hold it, send it to you within the
statutory timescale of 20 working days. You should note however that the
Act defines a number of exemptions which may prevent us complying with
either of these duties. We will explain if this is the case and if we
apply the 'public interest test' to our decision.

 

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reference number above in any future communications.

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Environmental Information Regulations may be found on the Information
Commissioner’s website at [1]http://www.ico.gov.uk/.

 

Yours sincerely,

Charli Cree

 

Freedom of Information officer

 

NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit

 

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From: Martin Abrams (Prostate Cancer
UK)[[4]SMTP:[email address]]

Sent: 03 June 2016 16:26:01

To: administrator (NHS WOKINGHAM CCG)

Subject: Freedom of Information request - Erectile Dysfunction Service
Provision Auto forwarded by a Rule

 

Dear NHS Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group,

 

We are conducting a project on service provision for men with Erectile
Dysfunction, with the overarching aim of helping to improve services for
men across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

 

We would be grateful if you could answer the following questions promptly
to help us with our analysis of service provision in your area.

 

Thank you

 

The questions are as follows:

 

1. Does your Healthboard provide an erectile dysfunction clinic and can
you provide the total number and addresses of all NHS erectile dysfunction
clinics within your Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

 

2. Does your Healthboard provide psychosexual clinics and can you provide
the total number and addresses of all NHS psychosexual clinics within your
Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

 

3. Does your Healthboard provide counselling and sex therapy services and
can you provide the details of any NHS counselling services and sex
therapy services that treat men with erectile dysfunction within your
Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

 

4. Does your Healthboard provide PDE5-I and if so which one?

 

5. Does your Healthboard prescribe ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets for men
who experience erectile dysfunction as a result of prostate cancer
treatment?

 

6. At what dose are the ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets prescribed?

 

7. Is the daily dose of ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets (2.5/5mg)
available/prescribed?

 

8. Does your Healthboard prescribe the Vacuum erection device for men who
experience erectile dysfunction as a result of prostate cancer treatment?

 

9. Does your Healthboard offer Penile implant surgery (semi-rigid or
inflatable implant devices) for men who experience erectile dysfunction as
a result of prostate cancer treatment?

 

Thank you once again, we look forward to hearing from you.

 

Link to this

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Martin Abrams (Prostate Cancer UK)

 

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FOI (NHS SOUTH, CENTRAL AND WEST COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT), NHS Wokingham Clinical Commissioning Group

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Reference: FOI 16259 NEW 10M / FOI 16258 NWR 10N / FOI 16257 SRD 10W / FOI
16263 WOK 11D

 

 

Dear Mr Abrams

 

Thank you for your request for information which we received on 3 June
2016 regarding documents and services relating to erectile dysfunction
services.

 

Under section 1 (1) (a) and (b) of the Freedom of Information Act 2000, I
can confirm that the CCG does hold some of the information requested. 
Please find attached the response to your request, which is sent on behalf
of the following Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs).

 

o NHS Newbury and District CCG
o NHS North and West Reading CCG
o NHS South Reading CCG
o NHS Wokingham CCG

 

Your request for information has been dealt with in accordance with the
Freedom of Information Act (2000) and we hope that you find this response
helpful.

 

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You are free to use it for your own purposes, including for private study
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If you are not content with the outcome of the internal review, you have
the right to apply directly to the Information Commissioner for a
decision.  Generally, the Information Commissioner's Office cannot make a
decision unless you have already exhausted NHS South, Central and West
Commissioning Support Unit's internal review procedure.  The Information
Commissioner can be contacted at:  The Information Commissioner's Office,
Wycliffe House, Wycliffe Lane, Wilmslow, Cheshire, SK6 5AF.

 

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Yours sincerely,

Anthea

 

Anthea York | FOI Manager

 

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From: FOI (NHS SOUTH, CENTRAL AND WEST COMMISSIONING SUPPORT UNIT)
Sent: 07 June 2016 09:58
To: [email address]
Subject: FOI 16257 SRD 10W - Erectile Dysfunction Service Provision- FOI
Request Ack

 

Reference: FOI 16257 SRD 10W

 

Dear Mr Abrams

 

Thank you for your request for information which we received on 3 June
2016 regarding documents and services relating to erectile dysfunction
services.

 

I am pleased to acknowledge your request on behalf of the following
Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG):

 

o NHS South Reading CCG

 

We will be dealing with your request for information in accordance with
the Freedom of Information Act 2000.

 

Under the Act we have 20 working days to respond to your request and we
expect to be in a position to reply to you by 1 July 2016.

 

Dealing with your request:

In normal circumstances we should be able to (a) confirm or deny that we
hold this information and (b) if we hold it, send it to you within the
statutory timescale of 20 working days. You should note however that the
Act defines a number of exemptions which may prevent us complying with
either of these duties. We will explain if this is the case and if we
apply the 'public interest test' to our decision.

 

If you have any queries about this e-mail, please contact me quoting the
reference number above in any future communications.

Further information about the Freedom of Information Act and the
Environmental Information Regulations may be found on the Information
Commissioner’s website at [4]http://www.ico.gov.uk/.

 

Yours sincerely,

Charli Cree

 

Freedom of Information officer

 

NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit

 

[5]www.scwcsu.nhs.uk

 

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From: Martin Abrams (Prostate Cancer
UK)[[7]SMTP:[email address]]

Sent: 03 June 2016 16:26:39

To: FOI (NHS SOUTH READING CCG)

Subject: Freedom of Information request - Erectile Dysfunction Service
Provision Auto forwarded by a Rule

 

Dear NHS South Reading Clinical Commissioning Group,

 

We are conducting a project on service provision for men with Erectile
Dysfunction, with the overarching aim of helping to improve services for
men across England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland.

 

We would be grateful if you could answer the following questions promptly
to help us with our analysis of service provision in your area.

 

Thank you

 

The questions are as follows:

 

1. Does your Healthboard provide an erectile dysfunction clinic and can
you provide the total number and addresses of all NHS erectile dysfunction
clinics within your Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

 

2. Does your Healthboard provide psychosexual clinics and can you provide
the total number and addresses of all NHS psychosexual clinics within your
Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

 

3. Does your Healthboard provide counselling and sex therapy services and
can you provide the details of any NHS counselling services and sex
therapy services that treat men with erectile dysfunction within your
Healthboard? If you do not know who should we ask?

 

4. Does your Healthboard provide PDE5-I and if so which one?

 

5. Does your Healthboard prescribe ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets for men
who experience erectile dysfunction as a result of prostate cancer
treatment?

 

6. At what dose are the ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets prescribed?

 

7. Is the daily dose of ‘tadalafil (Cialis)’ tablets (2.5/5mg)
available/prescribed?

 

8. Does your Healthboard prescribe the Vacuum erection device for men who
experience erectile dysfunction as a result of prostate cancer treatment?

 

9. Does your Healthboard offer Penile implant surgery (semi-rigid or
inflatable implant devices) for men who experience erectile dysfunction as
a result of prostate cancer treatment?

 

Thank you once again, we look forward to hearing from you.

 

Link to this

 

Yours faithfully,

 

Martin Abrams (Prostate Cancer UK)

 

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