Health Visitor numbers and caseload sizes 2006-2011

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Dear Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust,
Would you be so kind as to provide:
1. Health Visitor caseload numbers of children for
2006,2007,2008,2009.2010 and 2011.
(please provide average (mean) caseload size, median and range)

2. Numbers of Health Visitors /Public Health Nurse Practitioners at
grade 6 AfC
Numbers of Public Health Nurses at grade 5 AfC
Numbers of Nursery Nurses at grade 4 AfC
for the following years
2006,2007,2008,2009,2010,2011

Yours faithfully,

PJBallinger

Southall Rebecca,

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Foxall-Rush Clare,

Dear Mr Ballinger,
I am in receipt of your request for information pursuant to the Freedom
of Information Act. I will be dealing with your request and will
endeavour to respond to you for 10th September 2012.

Should you have any queries in the meantime please do not hesitate to
contact me.

Many thanks

Clare Foxall-Rush

Deputy Trust Secretary

Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust

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Donoghue Lisa,

Dear P J Ballinger
 
We write with reference to your Freedom of Information request dated 14th
August 2012.
 
Unfortunately due to unforeseen circumstances we are unable to reply to
you within the agreed deadline of 10th September 2012.  Please be assured
that we are in the process of collating the data requested and hope to be
in a position to send our full response to you by 21st September 2012.
 
Please accept our sincere apologies for this delay.
 
Yours sincerely,
 
 
Lisa Donoghue
Trust Board Administrator
Phone: 0121 466 7034
Fax: 0121 466 7001 
Birmingham Community Healthcare Trust
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author and do not necessarily reflect those of Birmingham Community
Healthcare NHS Trust.

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for the presence of viruses as neither the Trust nor the sender accept
responsibility for any viruses transmitted by this email and/or any
attachments.

Confidentiality

The information contained in an email may be subject to disclosure as required
by law including under the [1]Freedom of Information Act 2000 and the [2]Data
Protection Act 1998. Unless the information requested is legally exempt from
disclosure, we cannot guarantee that we will not provide the whole or part of an
email to a third party making a request for information about the content of the
email.
Internet e-mail is not a secure medium. E-mails sent via the Internet could be
intercepted and read by someone else. Please bear that in mind when deciding
whether to send material to Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Trust, partner
organisations or the NHS in general.

The principles of the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Caldicott
guidelines should be adhered to at all times. NB. Emails containing
patient identifiable data must be exchanged using the encrypted National
NHS Mail email service (NHSnet).

Incoming and outgoing email messages may be monitored in accordance with
the Telecommunications Regulations 2000 and Human Rights Act 2000.

 

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Dear Lisa,
Thankyou I am sure you will do your best!

Yours sincerely,

PJBallinger

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