Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS score for Oxford Hospitals 2021

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Dear Health Education Thames Valley,

Part 1
Please could you provide:
1. The Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the 2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/ special circumstances applicants)

2. The Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the 2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/ special circumstances applicants)

Part 2
For the current cohort of Foundation Year 1 doctors employed at:

Churchill Hospital
Horton General Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital
Milton Keynes Hospital
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Wexham Park Hospital
Wycombe Hospital
Warneford Hospital

Please could the following information be provided:

3. Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special circumstances applicants)

4. Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special circumstances applicants)

5. Median FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special circumstances applicants)

The 2021 cohort refers to junior doctors starting their FY1 jobs in August 2021.

Yours faithfully,
Kirsty Morrison

FOIA, Health Education Thames Valley

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Dear Kirsty Morrison

 

We refer to your emails of 18 August 2021 requesting information relating
to Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS scores, held by Health Education
England (HEE).

 

HEE can confirm in accordance with S.1 (1) of the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 (FOIA) that we do hold the information that you have requested.

 

Please see the attached spreadsheet.

 

We hope that this information is of use. If you are dissatisfied with the
way in which we have dealt with your request you can ask us to review our
decision by writing to:

 

Mr Lee Whitehead

Director of Corporate Accountability & Engagement

C/O PPA Team

Health Education England

Blenheim House

Duncombe Street

Leeds

LS1 4PL

 

If at the conclusion of any review you remain dissatisfied you may
complain to the Information Commissioner who can be contacted at:

 

The Office of the Information Commissioner
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

Kind regards

 

FOI Team

 

Health Education England

Blenheim House | Duncombe Street | Leeds | LS1 4PL

 

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From: Miss K Morrison <[FOI #783530 email]>
Sent: 18 August 2021 16:08
To: FOIA <[email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS
score for Oxford Hospitals 2021

 

Dear Health Education Thames Valley,

Part 1
Please could you provide:
1. The Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

2. The Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

Part 2
For the current cohort of Foundation Year 1 doctors employed at:

Churchill Hospital
Horton General Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital
Milton Keynes Hospital
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Wexham Park Hospital
Wycombe Hospital
Warneford Hospital

Please could the following information be provided:

3. Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

4. Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each
of the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

5. Median FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

The 2021 cohort refers to junior doctors starting their FY1 jobs in August
2021.

Yours faithfully,
Kirsty Morrison

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Dear Kirsty Morrison

 

We refer to your emails of 18 August 2021 requesting information relating
to Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS scores, held by Health Education
England (HEE).

 

HEE can confirm in accordance with S.1 (1) of the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 (FOIA) that we do hold the information that you have requested.

 

Please see the attached spreadsheet.

 

We hope that this information is of use. If you are dissatisfied with the
way in which we have dealt with your request you can ask us to review our
decision by writing to:

 

Mr Lee Whitehead

Director of Corporate Accountability & Engagement

C/O PPA Team

Health Education England

Blenheim House

Duncombe Street

Leeds

LS1 4PL

 

If at the conclusion of any review you remain dissatisfied you may
complain to the Information Commissioner who can be contacted at:

 

The Office of the Information Commissioner
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

Kind regards

 

FOI Team

 

Health Education England

Blenheim House | Duncombe Street | Leeds | LS1 4PL

 

Stay up to date by following HEE on [1]Facebook and [2]Twitter.

 

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From: Miss K Morrison <[FOI #783530 email]>
Sent: 18 August 2021 16:08
To: FOIA <[email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS
score for Oxford Hospitals 2021

 

Dear Health Education Thames Valley,

Part 1
Please could you provide:
1. The Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

2. The Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

Part 2
For the current cohort of Foundation Year 1 doctors employed at:

Churchill Hospital
Horton General Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital
Milton Keynes Hospital
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Wexham Park Hospital
Wycombe Hospital
Warneford Hospital

Please could the following information be provided:

3. Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

4. Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each
of the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

5. Median FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

The 2021 cohort refers to junior doctors starting their FY1 jobs in August
2021.

Yours faithfully,
Kirsty Morrison

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FOIA, Health Education Thames Valley

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Dear Kirsty Morrison

 

We refer to your emails of 18 August 2021 requesting information relating
to Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS scores, held by Health Education
England (HEE).

 

HEE can confirm in accordance with S.1 (1) of the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 (FOIA) that we do hold the information that you have requested.

 

Please see the attached spreadsheet.

 

We hope that this information is of use. If you are dissatisfied with the
way in which we have dealt with your request you can ask us to review our
decision by writing to:

 

Mr Lee Whitehead

Director of Corporate Accountability & Engagement

C/O PPA Team

Health Education England

Blenheim House

Duncombe Street

Leeds

LS1 4PL

 

If at the conclusion of any review you remain dissatisfied you may
complain to the Information Commissioner who can be contacted at:

 

The Office of the Information Commissioner
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

Kind regards

 

FOI Team

 

Health Education England

Blenheim House | Duncombe Street | Leeds | LS1 4PL

 

Stay up to date by following HEE on [1]Facebook and [2]Twitter.

 

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From: Miss K Morrison <[FOI #783530 email]>
Sent: 18 August 2021 16:08
To: FOIA <[email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS
score for Oxford Hospitals 2021

 

Dear Health Education Thames Valley,

Part 1
Please could you provide:
1. The Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

2. The Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

Part 2
For the current cohort of Foundation Year 1 doctors employed at:

Churchill Hospital
Horton General Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital
Milton Keynes Hospital
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Wexham Park Hospital
Wycombe Hospital
Warneford Hospital

Please could the following information be provided:

3. Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

4. Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each
of the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

5. Median FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

The 2021 cohort refers to junior doctors starting their FY1 jobs in August
2021.

Yours faithfully,
Kirsty Morrison

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FOIA, Health Education Thames Valley

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Dear Kirsty Morrison

 

We refer to your emails of 18 August 2021 requesting information relating
to Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS scores, held by Health Education
England (HEE).

 

HEE can confirm in accordance with S.1 (1) of the Freedom of Information
Act 2000 (FOIA) that we do hold the information that you have requested.

 

Please see the attached spreadsheet.

 

We hope that this information is of use. If you are dissatisfied with the
way in which we have dealt with your request you can ask us to review our
decision by writing to:

 

Mr Lee Whitehead

Director of Corporate Accountability & Engagement

C/O PPA Team

Health Education England

Blenheim House

Duncombe Street

Leeds

LS1 4PL

 

If at the conclusion of any review you remain dissatisfied you may
complain to the Information Commissioner who can be contacted at:

 

The Office of the Information Commissioner
Wycliffe House
Water Lane
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 5AF

Kind regards

 

FOI Team

 

Health Education England

Blenheim House | Duncombe Street | Leeds | LS1 4PL

 

Stay up to date by following HEE on [1]Facebook and [2]Twitter.

 

[3]Hands, face, space graphic

 

From: Miss K Morrison <[FOI #783530 email]>
Sent: 18 August 2021 16:08
To: FOIA <[email address]>
Subject: Freedom of Information request - Minimum, Maximum and Median FPAS
score for Oxford Hospitals 2021

 

Dear Health Education Thames Valley,

Part 1
Please could you provide:
1. The Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

2. The Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the deanery for the
2021 cohort of Foundation Training applications (excluding pre-allocation/
special circumstances applicants)

Part 2
For the current cohort of Foundation Year 1 doctors employed at:

Churchill Hospital
Horton General Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital
Milton Keynes Hospital
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Stoke Mandeville Hospital
Wexham Park Hospital
Wycombe Hospital
Warneford Hospital

Please could the following information be provided:

3. Lowest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

4. Highest FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each
of the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

5. Median FPAS score of a F1 doctor employed in the 2021 cohort at each of
the aforementioned hospitals (excluding pre-allocation/ special
circumstances applicants)

The 2021 cohort refers to junior doctors starting their FY1 jobs in August
2021.

Yours faithfully,
Kirsty Morrison

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be delayed.

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