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Parliamentary Debates and Questions

S5W-00526: Richard Leonard (Central Scotland)

Scottish Labour

Date lodged: 6 June 2016

To ask the Scottish Government how many orthopaedic (a) inpatients and (b) outpatients have been treated in each hospital in NHS (i) Forth Valley and (ii) Lanarkshire in each of the last five years.

Answered by: Shona Robison 16 June 2016

The following tables show the number of orthopaedic inpatient/daycases and outpatients that have been treated in NHS Forth Valley and NHS Lanarkshire by hospital for the last five calendar years.

Table 1 - Number people treated under orthopaedic specialty in inpatient/daycase setting in NHS Forth Valley and NHS Lanarkshire health boards of treatment by hospital for calendar years 2011-15

 

Number of Episodes

Hospital

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Forth Valley Royal Hospital

2,974

3,933

3,927

4,513

4,661

Stirling Community Hospital

1,449

-

-

5

-

Hairmyres Hospital

3,650

4,108

3,690

3,645

3,635

Monklands District General Hospital

2,716

2,830

2,772

2,400

2,795

Wishaw General Hospital

2,959

3,046

3,128

3,492

3,389

Source: SMR01, Information Services Division Scotland

 

Table 2- Number people treated under orthopaedic specialty in outpatient setting in NHS Forth Valley and NHS Lanarkshire health boards of treatment by hospital for calendar years 2011-15

 

Number of Attendances

Hospital

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015 p

Clackmannanshire Community Healthcare Centre

243

75

-

-

93

Forth Valley Royal Hospital

8,558

10,774

11,294

12,689

12,557

Stirling Community Hospital

2,686

718

192

-

145

Hairmyres Hospital

17,152

15,695

15,194

12,344

9,786

Monklands District General Hospital

19,852

18,145

18,335

15,126

11,952

Stonehouse Hospital

1,612

173

31

347

582

Wishaw General Hospital

17,416

17,105

17,200

16,073

11,106

p - provisional

Source: SMR00, Information Services Division Scotland