Freedom of Information

Information available from Wells Hill Dental Surgery under the Freedom of Information Act model publication scheme

Information covered by this scheme is only about the dental services we provide under contract to the National Health Service.

Class 1 – Who we are and what we do

(Organisational information, structures, locations and contacts)

This will be current information only

Information to be published
How the information can be obtained (eg. hard copy, website)
Cost

Who’s who in the practice

Information about those who work at the practice is available in the practice information leaflet, which is available from the practice reception. The information is also published on our practice website.

No charge

Contact details for the practice (named contacts where possible with telephone number and email address (if used))

These details are available in our practice information leaflet, which is available from the practice reception and our practice website.

No charge

Opening hours

This information is available in our practice information leaflet, which is available from the practice reception and our practice website.

No charge

Class 2 – What we spend and how we spend it

(Financial information relating to projected and actual income and expenditure, procurement, contracts and financial audit)

Current and previous financial year as a minimum

Information to be published
How the information can be obtained (eg. hard copy, website)
Cost

Details on NHS funding received by the practice and the cost of operating the NHS contract. We would expect dentists to consider publishing as much information as possible, including as much detail as possible.

Contracted NHS Units of Dental Activity (UDA’s) – 2000 per annum.
Gross contract value per annum – £41,540.
More information on NHS funding and contract targets is available from Tony Reed.

No charge

Total annual expenditure on the provision of our contracted services (since most practices also provide care to patients on a private basis, the costs have been apportioned)

Practice costs for providing services relate to the provision of both NHS and private care. We have, therefore, apportioned our expenditure to reflect NHS revenue. The total annual expenditure on the provision of NHS services is £28,700. The total annual expenditure for the provision of our contracted services is available for:
– Staff and personnel costs
– Premises and equipment costs
– Utilities cost, materials and supplies.