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Official Information Act response

298 documents.

Have there been any suicides… – 3 questions – OIA Request Response

RE Official information request WCDHB 9489

I refer to your email dated 3 November 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. Have there been any suicides of people while in the care of the DHB in the past year? (On the ward)?

2. Have there been any suicides by someone within a week of discharge over the past year?

3. Have there been any suicides by someone living in the community with support in the past year?

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ECT / Electroconvulsive Therapy

RE Official information request WCDHB 9488

I refer to your email dated 11 September 2020 to the Ministry of Health which they subsequently partially transferred to us on 3 November 2020 requesting the following information under the Official
Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding electro convulsive therapy (ECT). Specifically, questions B, C, E and H of your request as laid out below:

b. Are there different machines in use in different DHBs?

c. How many machines are in use in each DHB?

e. If most of the machines are of a particular manufacturer, how long have they been in use. I am particularly interested in the age and make of the ECT machines.

h. Does the Ministry have any statistics of any complaints about ECT that have been made to the DHBs, and if so, please provide similar information broken down annually in the period 1 January 2010 to 1 January 2020.

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Locums – OIA Request Response

DHB spend on locums for medical specialists every year for the past five years. i.e.General surgery/Orthopaedics/Enterology/Gynaecology/
Ophthalmology/Urology
Cardiology/. Total locum spend year by year over this period, as well as the total internal staff spent on specialists for the same periods?
What is the size of the population the DHB serves and what is its annual operating budget? It would also be helpful to have explanations for higher (or lower) than usual locum costs for particular periods and whether or not the DHB offers limited services in respective departments.

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Mental Health Prescriptions – OIA Request Response

Mental Health Prescriptions: The number of antidepressant prescriptions handed out at the DHB each year for the last five years (January to December 2016 to January 2020 to YTD), broken down by each hospital if more than one under the DHB. The number of people prescribed antidepressants under the DHB  each year for the last five years (January to December 2016 to January 2020 to YTD), broken down by each hospital if more than one under the DHB. The number of antipsychotic prescriptions handed out at the DHB each year for the last five years (January to December 2016 to January 2020 to YTD), broken down by each hospital if more than one under the DHB. The number of people prescribed antipsychotic prescriptions under the DHB  each year for the last five years (January to December 2016 to January 2020 to YTD),  broken down by each hospital if more than one under the DHB. The number of admissions to the adult mental health inpatient unit each year for the last five years (January to December 2016 to January 2020 to YTD), broken down by each hospital if more than one under the DHB.The total amount of DHB funds allocated to the adult mental health inpatient each year for the last five years (January – December 2016 to January 2020 – YTD), with brief detail of what the money was being spent on each year. The number of complaints relating to mental health care each year for the last five years (January – December 2016 to January 2020 – YTD), with a brief description of each complaint. Also a breakdown of the number of these complaints that were investigated.

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ICU, Intensive Care Unit occupancy – OIA Request Response

What is the maximum bed occupancy in ICU? What has been the bed occupancy rate (% beds occupied in ICUs by week/month for the period 15 March to 1st October 2020

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RMOs / Australian – OIA Request Response

How many RMOs employed by the DHB are Australian citizens or graduates of an Australian Medical School and a breakdown of these employees stating whether each one is a house officer or registrar and their specialty.

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Fit Testing Problems: What was the % of workers across the whole of the DHB who had received fit testing in the previous 12 months?

RE Official information request CDHB 10437 & WCDHB 9479

I refer to your email dated 17 September 2020 to the Ministry of Health which they subsequently partially transferred to us on 1 October 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB. Specifically question 1 and 2 regarding Fit testing problems, as below:

1.What was the percentage of workers across the whole of the DHB who had received fit testing in theprevious twelve months?
2.What are the actual numbers for each DHB?

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Psychotherapists employed by the DHB and CPD budget and spend 2018 and 2019

RE Official information request CDHB 10434 & WCDHB 9476

I refer to your email dated 25 September 2020 requesting the following information under the Official
Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB regarding: the data and/or information held
by your District Health Boards, with regards to psychotherapists, psychotherapists who use different
titles but work primarily as a psychotherapist (i.e. clinical leads, professional leaders), and those carrying
out the work of psychotherapists. Specifically:

1. The actual number of psychotherapists employed by the DHB
2. The actual number of psychotherapists engaged as contractors by the DHB
3. The number of psychotherapists on each salary step
4. For continuing professional development for DHB employed psychotherapists:
• Total budget for 2018 and 2020 (separately)
• Total spend for 2018 and 2019 (separately)

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Healthcare for transgender people

RE Official information request WCDHB 9472

I refer to your email dated 10 September 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. Of the following list of services, which (if any) does the District Health Board provide? Does the DHB provide any services for transgender health care not listed, if so, what?
– Puberty blockers
– Hormone replacement therapy
– Fertility preservation
– Mastectomy
– Hysterectomy
– Orchiectomy
– Facial hair removal
– Breast augmentation
– Voice training
– Facial feminization surgery
– Genital reconstruction surgery
– Counselling
– Other mental health support (please specify services in response)

For services provided by the DHB:

2. What is their current status? What clinic (or clinics) provides the service? Are they accepting new patients?

3. Broken down by provided services (and initial consultation and readiness assessments or other if applicable), how long is the current wait time on appointments for transgender health? How long have these wait times been in previous years that the service was available?

For questions 4.-17.  Please see Full Description…

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Updated information as of Aug/Sept, how many HDU/CCU beds and negative isolation pressure rooms at DHB

RE Official information request WCDHB 9471

I refer to your email dated 16 August 2020 to Ministry of Health and subsequently partially transferred
to us on 10 September 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act
from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. As of this month (August/September), how many HDU/CCU beds, and negative
isolation pressure rooms across all DHBs? Note: ICU beds being answered by Ministry of Health)

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ED presentations, Overall hospital capacity and number of referrals received for first specialist assessments for planned care, and number of medical/surgical FSA that took place

RE Official information request WCDHB 9470

I refer to your email received 8 September 2020 requesting the following information under the Official
Information Act from the West Coast DHB. Specifically:

For the period September 1 2019 to August 31 2020, a weekly breakdown of the following
information:
1. Number of ED presentations.
2. Number of overall hospital capacity.
3. Number of the overall number of referrals received for first specialist assessments for
planned care, and the number of FSA that took place. (subsequently clarified as relating to
specialist medical and surgical services.)

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Various questions regarding colonoscopies

RE Official information request WCDHB 9469

I refer to your email dated 7 September 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. How many patients were on the waiting list for colonoscopies at the end of each month from August 2018 to August 2020?  2. What was the average wait time for urgent or category A colonoscopies at the end of each month from August 2018 to August 2020?  3. What was the average wait time for non-urgent or category B colonoscopies at the end of each month from August 2018 to August 2020?  4. What was the average wait time for surveillance or routine colonoscopies at the end of each month from August 2018 to August 2020?  5. What was the ratio between colonoscopies performed for non-urgent patients, versus patients referred through the National Bowel Screening Programme at the end of each month from August 2018 to August 2020? (If the screening programme has been rolled out in your DHB area).  – and further questions have also been answered…

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How many people attended A and E, and how many attended Grey Med in August 2019 and August 2020

RE Official information request WCDHB 9468

I refer to your email dated 7 September 2020 requesting the following information under the Official
Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. How many people attended A and E in Greymouth last August 2019, and also August 2020.

2. How many people attended Grey Med in August 2020, and August 2019.

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Letters or correspondence from or with the West Coast DHB about the recent resignations. Any internal reports (this could include with staff, the MoH, those affected, Board members etc)

RE Official information request WCDHB 9466

I refer to your email dated 20 August 2020 requesting the following information under the Official
Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. Any letters or correspondence from or with the WCDHB about the recent resignations – David
Meates, Michael Frampton, Carolyn Gullery, Sue Nightingale and Justine White.
2. Also any internal reports.
3. This could include with staff, the ministry, those affected, board members etc.

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Aggregate data: smokers and admissions x ethnicity

RE Official information request WCDHB 9467

I refer to your email dated 23 August 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

In relation to West Coast DHB, please supply the following information under the Official Information Act 1982 for each of the years 2009 – 2020 being quarters one and two.

  1. Smoking status (inpatient) Total number of smokers x ethnicity in the DHB Mental Health and Addictions ward/s (including forensics)
  2. Admissions (inpatient) Total number of admissions x ethnicity to the DHB Mental Health and Addictions ward/s (including forensics)
  3. Smoking status (inpatient) Total number of inpatient smokers x ethnicity in the DHB General Hospital/s wards including elderly
  4. Admissions (inpatient) Total number of admissions x ethnicity to the DHB General Hospital/s wards including elderly

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Personal care hours. Personal care hours for February 2020 Hours: 1-40 / 41-80 / 81-120 / 121-160 / 160+ hours

RE Official information request WCDHB 9465

I refer to your email dated 18 August 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. (Being a follow up request to our response to you for WCDHB 9410). Specifically:

  • Can the West Coast DHB personal care hours be provided for the month of February 2020 into the following brackets; 1-40, 41-80, 81-120, 121-160, 160+ hours.

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The number of prefabricated buildings currently in use at hospitals?

RE Official information request WCDHB 9464

I refer to your email dated 7 August 2020 to the Ministry of Health which they subsequently transferred to us on 18 August 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

  • The number of prefabricated buildings currently in use at hospitals?

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Cerebral Palsy and Pain Management

RE Official information request WCDHB 9463

I refer to your email dated 22 July 2020 to the Ministry of Health which they subsequently transferred to us on 18 August 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from
West Coast DHB regarding Cerebral Palsy and Pain Management. Specifically:

1. What pain management services are available to children with Cerebral Palsy?
2. What pain management services are available to adults with Cerebral Palsy?
3. How are these services accessed?
4. Are these services available to all New Zealanders or only in some parts of the country?

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Mental Health, transgender, beds information request

*Number of mental health inpatient facility beds at DHB by name of facility.

*Number of people admitted as mental health inpatients who identify as transgender or gender diverse in the last 12 months.

*total number of people admitted as mental health inpatients in the last 12 months

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How many Maori are referred to DHB MHAS services in the past year

How many Maori are referred to DHB MHAS services in the past year; What is the average length of engagement; What diagnoses do these people present with; How many Maori are engaged in MHAS psychology services; How many Maori have requested psychological input, but declined; How many Maori are on psychology waitlists; What is the average waiting time for Maori on these psychology waitlists; How many Maori psychologists are employed by the DHBs; How many Maori psychologists are employed in a leadership capacity? For example, team leader or above; How many intern psychologist places do the DHB have; What is the supervision regime for the intern psychologists; What is the average length of service of psychologists within the DHB; How many Psychologists have left the DHB over the last twelve months, what was the reason given for leaving; How many psychologists are on work visa’s; How many vacancies for psychologists does the DHB have; How long have the vacancy’s for psychologists been open;
What current initiatives are in place to provide education inhouse to Psychologists; What plan is in place to expand FTE for the psychological services; Are there any psychologists at the DHB employed in the Emergency department;

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Q1 How COVID-19 has impacted on community oral health service for pre-school and primary school children

RE Official information request WCDHB 9452

I refer to email dated 1 July 2020 to the Ministry of Health which they subsequently partially transferred to us on 23 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding how COVID-19 has impacted on the community oral health service for pre-school and primary school children. Specifically question 1.

1. Can you please let me know the current percentage of overdue cases across the Northern, Midland, Central and Southern regions– and how that compares to the past two years.
a. What are the longest wait times?
b. Where are they?

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Breast reconstruction wait lists 2019/2020

RE Official information request CDHB 10349 and WCDHB 9447

I refer to your email dated 7 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB regarding breast reconstruction following a mastectomy. Specifically:

West Coast DHB: This level of plastic or reconstructive surgery for women from the West Coast is undertaken through tertiary services at Canterbury DHB.

  1. The number of clients who received immediate breast reconstruction following a mastectomy in 2019/20?
  2. The average breast reconstruction wait time for 2019/20?

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Number of dietitians employed. Salary step, continuing professional development.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9454

I refer to your email dated 24 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding dietitians. Specifically:

1. The actual number of dietitians – i.e. headcount.

2. The number of dietitians on each salary step.

3. For continuing professional development for DHB employed dietitians:

• Total budget for 2018 and 2019 financial years
• Total spend for 2018 and 2019 financial years
• A breakdown of:
• Spend on training
• Spend on all other professional development.

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Number of Pharmacists, Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacy Assistants, salary step, CPD budget and spend FYs 2018 and 2019

RE Official information request WCDHB 9453

I refer to your email dated 23 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding Pharmacy Assistants, Trainee Pharmacy Technicians, Pharmacy Technicians, Intern Pharmacists, and Pharmacists. Specifically:

1. The actual number of Pharmacists – i.e. headcount.

a. The actual number of Pharmacy Technicians – i.e. headcount
b. The actual number of Pharmacy Assistants – i.e. headcount
c. The number of employees, broken down into Pharmacists, Technicians, and assistants on each salary step.

2. For continuing professional development for DHB employed pharmacy staff:

a. Total budget for 2018 and 2019 financial years
b. Total spend for 2018 and 2019 financial years
c. A breakdown of:

  • Spend on training for qualifications including technicians, level 5 and 6, pharmacist prescriber, and postgraduate diploma in clinical pharmacy.
  • Spend on all other professional development.

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Does the Board have a policy to prioritise Maori and/or Pasifika patients on elective surgery waiting lists? Pressures of deferred surgery due to COVID-19?

RE Official information request WCDHB 9460

I refer to your email dated 4 August 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. Does the Board have a policy to prioritise Maori and/or Pasifka patients on elective surgery waiting lists?
2. If so, how long has this policy been in force and when is it scheduled to end?
3. If so, what is the rationale for this policy?
4. If so, is the policy based on the pressures of deferred surgery due to COVID-19?
5. If there is no such policy, why has the Board not followed the lead of the Capital and Coast District Health Board?
6. What is the current number of deferred elective surgeries due to the pressures of COVID-19?

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Last financial year (2019/2020) Total sum paid direct to each medical college on behalf of all medical practitioners, and through reimbursements on behalf of SMOs and RMOs.

I refer to your email dated 21 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

  • The total sum paid to each medical college by your DHB on behalf of all medical practitioners. For the avoidance of doubt, this is sums paid by the DHB directly to medical colleges and through reimbursements on behalf of SMOs and RMOs. (Clarified as being for the last financial year.)

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Assaults last 3 years: Mental Health workers, ED workers, Maternity workers, Health workers

RE Official information request WCDHB 9450

I refer to your email dated 7 July 2020 sent to Ministry of Health which they subsequently transferred to us on 21 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. The number of complaints from mental health workers alleging they were assaulted in the workplace within the last 3 years. 

2. The number of complaints from health workers alleging they were assaulted while working at the Emergency Department over the last three years. age, sex, job title of the complainant

3. The number of complaints from health workers who have made allegations they were assaulted while working at maternity services over the last 3 years.

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COVID-19 border control impact on DHB clinical workforce

RE Official information request WCDHB 9449

I refer to your email dated 8 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. What percentage of your usual clinical workforce is overseas-trained?
2. If possible, please provide percentages of overseas-trained staffers in each of these categories: doctors, nurses, midwives, and allied health, science and technical professionals.
3. What impact do you expect border restrictions to have on the DHB workforce over the next year?
4. Are there specialities likely to be under pressure as a result of border restrictions? For example, because there is a small workforce in New Zealand or because of overseas training needs. If so, which specialties?
5. Is your DHB currently recruiting for any clinical positions which you cannot fill with New Zealand applicants?
6. If so, how many, and what is/are the positions?
7. Have you had any overseas-trained and recruited clinicians cut contracts short and return home because of Covid?
8. If so, how many, and in what category (doctor, nurse…)?

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The total number of annual leave days taken by all Senior Medical Officers (SMOs) in each of following months: December 2018, January 2019, December 2019 and January 2020.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9457

I refer to email dated 28 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. The total number of annual leave days taken by (all) Senior Medical Officers (SMOs) in your employ in each of the following months: December 2018, January 2019, December 2019 and January 2020

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Number of days annual leave taken by RMOs between 23/12/2019 and 12/01/2020

RE Official information request WCDHB 9455

I refer to your email dated 27 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

The total number of days annual leave taken by RMOs at your DHB between 23 December 2019 and 12 January 2020.

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Survey – how a person with cancer has their oral health needs assessed and addressed at each stage of their cancer journey in NZ. 17 questions.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9441

I refer to your email dated 29 June 2020 requesting information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding a survey you are conducting into “How a person with cancer has their oral health needs assessed and addressed at each stage of their cancer journey in NZ”.

Hospital dental services for people with cancer of the head and neck and of blood tumour streams for residents of the West Coast are primarily provided by and through specialist tertiary services at Canterbury DHB.

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Total number of patients referred to and seen by Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology specialities within specified time. Please provide the data from July 2019 to present by month (Attachment 1).Number of patients who underwent surgery for colorectal cancer and waiting time. Please provide the data from July 2019 to present by month (Attachment 2).

RE: OFFICIAL INFORMATION ACT REQUEST WCDHB 9397

I refer to your email dated 21 February 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB.

  1. Total number of patients referred to and seen by Medical Oncology and Radiation Oncology specialities within specified time. Please provide the data from July 2019 to present by month (Attachment 1).
  2. Number of patients who underwent surgery for colorectal cancer and waiting time. Please provide the data from July 2019 to present by month (Attachment 2).

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Covid-19 preparedness assessments done on the six West Coast aged care providers

RE Official information request WCDHB 9444

I refer to your email dated 3 July 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

Please may I see the Covid-19 preparedness assessments done on the six West Coast aged care providers.

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Details on Anaesthetic Technicians employed by DHB

RE Official information request WCDHB 9443

I refer to your email dated 30 June 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically:

1. How many anaesthetic technicians are employed by the DHB and for each technician please provide the following: their FTE, their length of service as per their employment agreement, and what step on the salary scale they are paid, and what the salary for the step they are on is.

2. How much anaesthetic technician FTE is currently vacant at the DHB;

3. The number of anaesthetic technician trainees currently employed at the DHB;

4. The number of Maori and Pacifica anaesthetic technicians and trainees (identified separately) are employed at the DHB;

5. Both the budget for and the actual amount of money spent by the DHB on professional development for anaesthetic technicians in the 12 months from 1 June 2019 to 1 June 2020;

6. How much has been spent on locum and contractor anaesthetic technicians in the 12 months from 1 June 2019 to 1 June 2020. This will include all salary, wage or contractor fees as well as incidentals such as recruitment costs, travel and accommodation for such individuals.

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The current Ethnicity information for the Canterbury and the West Coast DHB

RE Official information request CDHB 10335 and WCDHB 9437

I refer to your email dated 18 June 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB.

The current Ethnicity information for the Canterbury and the West Coast DHB. Please also provide the same information as at 31 March 2017 or a date as close as possible to three years ago. Please provide the answers for the four following groups (Maori male, Maori female, Total male, total female).

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Deinstitutionalisation Mental-Health Facilities

RE Official information request WCDHB 9446

I refer to your email dated 21 June 2020 requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB regarding the number of patients in psychiatric hospitals 1990 to 2010. I note your request was clarified on 7 July 2020. Specifically:

• The number of persons confined ‘living’ in Seaview Asylum in the years 1990 to 2010. Either as at 31 December of the year or annual average. Please include the proportion of people confined per 100,000 population (rate of confinement).

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Buller Health Locums

RE Official information request WCDHB 9445

I refer to your email dated 8 July 2020 requesting information from West Coast DHB under the Official Information Act on the number of locum and permanent doctors, and nurses, working at Buller Health for the year to 30 June 2020.

Buller Health includes both the general practice (Buller Medical) as well as the hospital service, and has doctors covering both areas. The doctors’ employment with us is not split or differentiated between general practice and hospital systems. For the purpose of this request, we have included all doctors working as either locum or permanent employees engaged in the Buller Health system.

1. How many locum doctors did Buller Health employ in the year to June 30, 2020, and how many FTE positions does that equate to?
2. How many permanent GPs did Buller Health employ in the same period and how many FTE positions does that equate to?
3. How many permanent GPs did Buller Health employ at June 30, 2020, and how many FTE positions does that equate to?
4. What was the cost of locum doctors for salaries and other expenses?
5. What was the minimum and maximum length of stay among locum doctors working at Buller Health during the year?
6. What was the cost of permanent doctors for salaries and other expenses?
7. How many practice nurses did Buller Health employ in the year to June 30, 2020, and what does that equate to in FTEs?
8. What was the cost of practice nurses for the year to June 30, 2020?

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Please provide the Letter of Understanding between the DHB and the PSA regarding an increase of penal rates for PSA members, effective 13/4/2020. clarified as referring to all DHBs that employ laboratory workers.

RE Official information request CDHB 10344 and WCDHB 9442

I refer to your email dated 19 May 2020 to TAS which they subsequently transferred to us on 29 June 2020 requesting information under the Official Information Act from Canterbury DHB and West Coast DHB.  Specifically:

• To provide the “Letter of Understanding” between the District Heath Boards (the DHBs) and the Public Service Association (the PSA) regarding an increase of penal rates for PSA members, effective 13 April 2020.

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COVID hospitalisation and mortality numbers by Maori, Non-Maori, Maori with lived experience of disability and non-Maori with lived experience of disability.

RE Official information request WCDHB 9448

I refer to your email dated 6 May 2020 to the Ministry of Health and which they partially transferred to us (received 9 July 2020) requesting the following information under the Official Information Act from West Coast DHB. Specifically questions 3 and 4 of your original request:

This request relates to the period 30 January 2020 (when Covid-19 became a public health emergency of international concern) and 30 April 2020.”

3. Covid-19 hospitalisation numbers by Māori, non-Māori, Māori with lived experience of disability (tāngata whaikaha) and non-Māori with lived experience of disability.

4. Covid-19 mortality numbers by Māori, non-Māori, Māori with lived experience of disability (tāngata whaikaha) and non-Māori with lived experience of disability.

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