Morning after pills

Ben Archibald made this Freedom of Information request to Western Isles NHS Board

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Western Isles NHS Board did not have the information requested.

Dear Western Isles NHS Board,

How many morning after pills have been given out to girls between
the ages of 13 and 16 in the last year by staff in your NHS
board(basically the most recent yearly figures you have)?

I would also like to have a breakdown of which services they have
been handed out in - such as GPs, hospitals or family planning
clinics -- and how many have been handed out in each.

Yours faithfully,

Ben Archibald

Dear Western Isles NHS Board,

You should have responded with my answer by 30 December, and it's middle of January and I've had nothing.

Can you let me know what has caused the delay? I hope to have my answer soon.

Yours faithfully,

Ben Archibald

FOI-requests (NHS WESTERN ISLES), Western Isles NHS Board

Dear Mr Archibald,

I have checked our database and e-mails and we have no record of your request.

Regards,
Tina

NHS Western Isles
37 South Beach Street
Stornoway
Isle of Lewis
HS1 2BB

[email address]
Tel: 01851 708031
Fax: 01851 702036
________________________________________
From: Ben Archibald [[FOI #53050 email]]
Sent: 19 January 2011 21:12
To: FOI-requests (NHS WESTERN ISLES)
Subject: Internal review of Freedom of Information request - Morning after pills

Dear Western Isles NHS Board,

You should have responded with my answer by 30 December, and it's
middle of January and I've had nothing.

Can you let me know what has caused the delay? I hope to have my
answer soon.

Yours faithfully,

Ben Archibald

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Dear Western Isles NHS Board,

Here's the request I sent. Can you give me a response as soon as possible to let me know you've received it?

How many morning after pills have been given out to girls between
the ages of 13 and 16 in the last year by staff in your NHS
board(basically the most recent yearly figures you have)?

I would also like to have a breakdown of which services they have
been handed out in - such as GPs, hospitals or family planning
clinics -- and how many have been handed out in each.

Yours faithfully,

Ben Archibald

FOI-requests (NHS WESTERN ISLES), Western Isles NHS Board

Dear Mr Archibald

Please accept this email as confirmation that NHS Western Isles has recieved you FOI request below.

Regards,
Tina

NHS Western Isles
37 South Beach Street
Stornoway
Isle of Lewis
HS1 2BB

[email address]
Tel: 01851 708031
Fax: 01851 702036
________________________________________
From: Ben Archibald [[FOI #53050 email]]
Sent: 20 January 2011 16:16
To: FOI-requests (NHS WESTERN ISLES)
Subject: RE: Internal review of Freedom of Information request - Morning after pills

Dear Western Isles NHS Board,

Here's the request I sent. Can you give me a response as soon as
possible to let me know you've received it?

How many morning after pills have been given out to girls between
the ages of 13 and 16 in the last year by staff in your NHS
board(basically the most recent yearly figures you have)?

I would also like to have a breakdown of which services they have
been handed out in - such as GPs, hospitals or family planning
clinics -- and how many have been handed out in each.

Yours faithfully,

Ben Archibald

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FOI-requests (NHS WESTERN ISLES), Western Isles NHS Board

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Dear Mr Archibald

Please find attached response to your FOI request below.

Regards,

Tina

NHS Western Isles

37 South Beach Street

Stornoway

Isle of Lewis

HS1 2BB

[1][email address]

Tel: 01851 708031

Fax: 01851 702036

________________________________________
From: Ben Archibald [[FOI #53050 email]]
Sent: 20 January 2011 16:16
To: FOI-requests (NHS WESTERN ISLES)
Subject: RE: Internal review of Freedom of Information request - Morning
after pills

Dear Western Isles NHS Board,

Here's the request I sent. Can you give me a response as soon as
possible to let me know you've received it?

How many morning after pills have been given out to girls between
the ages of 13 and 16 in the last year by staff in your NHS
board(basically the most recent yearly figures you have)?

I would also like to have a breakdown of which services they have
been handed out in - such as GPs, hospitals or family planning
clinics -- and how many have been handed out in each.

Yours faithfully,

Ben Archibald

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