NHS Scotland

What is NHS Scotland known for?


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Centre child7_agency Scottish Ambulance Service child8_agency State Hospitals Board for Scotland keydocument1 National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1947 keydocument2 National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1972 keydocument3 National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978 keydocument4 National Health Service Reform (Scotland) Act 2004 keydocument5 Performance purposestratobjs National

Performance Framework keydocument6 Single Outcome Agreements website '''NHS Scotland''' is the publicly funded healthcare system (Publicly-funded health care) in Scotland. Health (Healthcare in Scotland) and social care (Social care in Scotland) policy and funding

Budget NHS Scotland had an operating budget of £ (Pound sterling)11.9 billion in 2012–13, up from £11.35 billion during 2010-11. Health and social care are devolved issues in the United Kingdom (Reserved and excepted matters) and the separate public


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of NHS Scotland: What made Scotland different? publisher Our NHS Scotland accessdate 20 July 2014 Health Boards Current provision of healthcare is the responsibility of 14 geographically based local NHS Boards and 7 National Special Health Boards. Proposals for the establishment of 15 NHS Boards were announced by the Scottish Executive Health Department in December 2000.


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employees 160,000 budget £ (Pound sterling)11.9 billion (2012-13) minister1_name Shona Robison minister1_pfo Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport minister2_name minister2_pfo deputyminister1_name Maureen Watt deputyminister1_pfo Minister for Public Health deputyminister2_name Jamie Hepburn deputyminister2_pfo Minister for Sport and Health Improvement chief1_name Paul Gray

Budget NHS Scotland had an operating budget of £ (Pound sterling)11.9 billion in 2012–13, up from £11.35 billion during 2010-11. Health and social care are devolved issues in the United Kingdom (Reserved and excepted matters) and the separate public


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of the NHS Board. Primary care services such as GPs and pharmacies would continue to be contracted through the NHS Board. Primary care was now also considered part of the remit of Community Health Partnerships (CHPs), structures based largely on local authority boundaries and serving up to 100,000 people and including local authority membership of their Boards. Some now also provide social care now called Community Health & Care Partnerships border "0" cellpadding "2"


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old NHS (NHS Scotland) employee in Glasgow, and the UKIP (UK Independence Party) chose Bryan McCormack. Chris Creighton put his name forward as an independent candidate. Community Flat Piershill Square West has a "Community Flat", run by the National Health Service (NHS Scotland) (NHS). Staffed full time by a coordinator, with additional staff from various agencies supporting the project on a weekly basis, the Community Flat is run in partnership between the City of Edinburgh Council (Politics of Edinburgh) and NHS Lothian. It currently offers services including a resident's group; a parent and toddler group; stop smoking services; state benefits advice; social groups; links to ''Working Towards Health''; and links to ''Action for Jobs'' with Jobcentre Plus. The flat is predominantly for use by residents of the two squares in Piershill, Portobello Road and the top of Restalrig Road South, but from March 2007 will be part of the greater ''Regeneration Outcome Agreement'' area of Restalrig, Lochend (Lochend, Edinburgh) and Craigentinny. Ethical Standards in Public Life framework A framework and Code of Conduct was established which applied to Local authority (Local government in Scotland) councillors and members of Scottish public bodies (Scottish public body). Ethical Standards in Public Life framework: ) is part of NHS Scotland, and serves all of Scotland. It is a Special Health Board (NHS Scotland#Special Health Boards) funded directly by the Scottish Government Health Department (Scottish Executive Health Department).


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sufficient legroom by only having seats on every second step. It houses the more vocal home support at Fir Park. The Scottish Health Council (NHS Scotland) slogan "Keep cigarettes away from the match" adorned the roof for many years, but this was replaced by a Cash Converters advertisement in 2011. The Enclosure backs onto a concourse and then Knowetop Primary School. frame right Logo of the General Register Office (Image:GRO Scotland Logo.gif) The '''General Register Office for Scotland''' (GROS) ( ) is part of NHS Scotland, and serves all of Scotland. It is a Special Health Board (NHS Scotland#Special Health Boards) funded directly by the Scottish Government Health Department (Scottish Executive Health Department).


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of NHS Scotland: What made Scotland different? publisher Our NHS Scotland accessdate 20 July 2014 Health Boards Current provision of healthcare is the responsibility of 14 geographically based local NHS Boards and 7 National Special Health Boards. Proposals for the establishment of 15 NHS Boards were announced by the Scottish Executive Health Department in December 2000.


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. Descriptions of staff numbers can be expressed as headcount and by Whole-Time Equivalent (WTE) which is an estimate that helps to take account of full and part-time work patterns. Scotland's healthcare workforce includes: * around 67,000 nurses (nursing), midwives and health visitors (providing around 58,000 WTE) * over 4,900 consultant (Consultant (medicine))s (providing around 4600 WTE)


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a Commission on Scottish Devolution which reported in 2009 and recommended that additional powers should be devolved, including control of half the income tax raised in Scotland.


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sufficient legroom by only having seats on every second step. It houses the more vocal home support at Fir Park. The Scottish Health Council (NHS Scotland) slogan "Keep cigarettes away from the match" adorned the roof for many years, but this was replaced by a Cash Converters advertisement in 2011. The Enclosure backs onto a concourse and then Knowetop Primary School. ref name "inglis" >

NHS Scotland

'''NHS Scotland''' is the publicly funded healthcare system (Publicly-funded health care) in Scotland. Health (Healthcare in Scotland) and social care (Social care in Scotland) policy and funding are the responsibility of the Health and Social Care Directorates of the Scottish Government. The current Cabinet Secretary for Health, Wellbeing and Sport is Shona Robison and the head of staff is the Director-General Health and Social Care and Chief Executive of NHSScotland, Paul Gray.

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