FOI 4288 Non Contracts

(A) The Trust’s total spend during the period 01 September 2016 – 01 September 2017 on all non-medical consultants and agency staff and the role they were recruited to.

£1,309,546        Sep 16-Mar 2017 Consultancy

£4,835,168       Sep 16-Mar 2017 Non-Medical Agency

£854,608           Apr 17 – Aug 17 Consultancy

£2,668,236        Apr 17 – Aug 17 Non-Medical Agency

Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust does not centrally track where the above staff members are recruited to and therefore does not hold this information.

 

(B) The number of non-medical consultants and agency staff who have been employed by the Trust for longer than two calendar months and what they have been working on. Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust does not hold the information requested centrally. Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust does not keep central records of agency staff in relation to the length of time they are employed. To collate this information, individual department managers would need to manually scrutinise their records. This would go above and beyond the timeframe specified under Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act.

 

 

(C) The total and individual cost (anonymised) of  non-medical consultants and agency staff who have been employed by the Trust for longer than two calendar months. Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust does not hold the information requested centrally. To extract this information the Trust would have to manually scrutinise individual records. Specifically, the Trust would need to look at all the invoices paid in the period in order to get this information and then identify which ones had the same individual in post for more than 2 months. This would go above and beyond the timeframe specified under Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act.

 

(D) Was any attempt made to fill these temporary positions with fixed term contracts on NHS pay bands? Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust does not hold the information requested centrally. To extract this information the Trust would have to manually scrutinise individual records. Specifically, ask every manager at the Trust to collate this information. Again, this would go above and beyond the timeframe specified under Section 12 of the Freedom of Information Act.

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