East Lancashire Hospitals' Corporate Publications give an all-round picture of the Trust, our activities and our plans for the future. 

Annual Report and Accounts 2022-2023

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Trade Union Activities

Relevant union officials

Number of employees who were relevant union officials during the relevant period

Full-time equivalent employee number

29

27.5

 

Percentage of time spent on facility time

Percentage of time

Number of employees

0%

1

1-50%

22

51%-99%

0

100%

6

 

Percentage of pay bill spent on facility time

 

Figures

Total cost of facility time

£170,723

Total pay bill

£472.9

Percentage of the total pay bill spent on facility time, calculated as:

(total cost of facility time ÷ total pay bill) x 100

0.04%

 

Updated April 2022

Notice of Appointment of External Auditors for East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust

For the financial years 2020-21, 2021-22 and 2022-23 financial years commencing 1 April, Mazars LLP have been appointed as external auditors for East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust, with options to extend the appointment for up to two further 12 months periods covering the 2023-24 and 2024-25 financial years.

 

The Trust’s Auditor Panel approved the use of the NHS Shared Business Services framework agreement to undertake a mini-competition among eligible suppliers, as well as the evaluation of responses based on price (40%) and quality (60%). While only Mazars LLP submitted a response to the invitation to quote, at its meeting on 21 October 2020, the Auditor Panel was satisfied that the response demonstrated the ability of Mazars LLP to provide external audit services to the Trust to requisite quality levels and so recommended to the Trust Board to appoint Mazars LLP as external auditors to the Trust.

The Trust Board subsequently accepted the recommendation of the Auditor Panel and agreed the appointment on 11 November 2020.

 

Summary of regulatory framework

The Local Audit and Accountability Act 2014 requires NHS trusts to select and appoint their own auditors and directly manage their contracts for the audits. To fulfil these requirements, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust is obliged to appoint an external auditor, eligible for appointment in line with the Financial Reporting Council’s (FRC) requirements, to audit the annual accounts by 31 December of the preceding year. The appointment can be for longer than a year but there must be a new appointment at least once every 5 years and an auditor can be re-appointed for further terms. The Trust has also appointed an auditor panel to advice on the appointments, in accordance with the Act.

Within 28 days of an appointment being made, the Act also required NHS trusts to publish a notice to name the external auditor, the length of the appointment, the advice, or a summary of the advice to the Board or Governing Body, received from the auditor panel and, where it has not accepted that advice, the reasons why not.

The Government has set out the need for greater transparency across its operations to enable the public to hold public bodies and politicians to account. This includes commitments relating to public expenditure, intended to help reduce the deficit and achieve better value for money.  

As part of this transparency agenda, the Government has made a number of commitments with regard to central government expenditure (Including the NHS). The Trust will publish Monthly Expenditure over £25,000 as part of the Government's agenda on transparency.
 

Monthly Expenditure over £25,000

 

2024

 

File Name Month FileFormat
     
spend-over-25k-2024-April2024 April CSV
spend-over-25k-2024-March2024 March CSV
spend-over-25k-2024-February2024 February CSV
spend-over-25k-2024-January2024 January CSV

 

2023
 

File Name Month FileFormat
     
Spend over £25k- 2023December.csv December CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023November.csv November CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023October.csv October CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023September.csv September CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023August.csv August CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k- 2023January.csv January CSV

 

2022

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k- 2022December.csv December CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022November.csv November CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022October.csv October CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022September.csv September CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022August.csv August CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022June.csv June  
Spend over £25k- 2022May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k- 2022January.csv January CSV

2021

  File Name Month File Format
  Spend over £25k- 2021December.csv December CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021November.csv November CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021October.csv October CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021September.csv September CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021August.csv August CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021July.csv July CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021June.csv June CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021May.csv May CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021April.csv April CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021March.csv March CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021February.csv February CSV
  Spend over £25k- 2021January.csv January CSV

2020

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k- 2020December.csv December CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020November.csv November CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020October.csv October CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020September.csv September CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020August.csv August CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k- 2020January.csv January CSV

2019

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k- 2019December.csv December CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019November.csv November CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019October.csv October CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019September.csv September CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019August.csv August CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k- 2019January.csv January CSV

 

2018

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k- 2018December.csv December CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018November.csv November CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018Octoberber.csv October CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018September.csv September CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018August.csv August CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k- 2018January.csv January CSV

 

2017

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k- 2017December.csv December CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017November.csv November CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017October.csv October CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017September.csv September CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017August.csv August CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k- 2017February.csv February

CSV

Spend over £25k- 2017January.csv January CSV

 

2016

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k-2016December.csv  December CSV
Spend over £25k-2016November.csv  November CSV
Spend over £25k-2016October.csv  October CSV
Spend over £25k-2016September.csv  September CSV
Spend over £25k-2016August.csv  August CSV
Spend over £25k-2016July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k-2016June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k-2016May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k-2016April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k-2016March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k-2016February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k-2016January.csv January CSV

 

2015

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k-2015December.csv  December CSV
Spend over £25k-2015November.csv  November CSV
Spend over £25k-2015October.csv  October CSV
Spend over £25k-2015September.csv  September CSV
Spend over £25k-2015August.csv  August CSV
Spend over £25k-2015July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k-2015June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k-2015May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k-2015April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k-2015March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k-2015February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k-2015January.csv January CSV

 

2014

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k-2014December.csv  December CSV
Spend over £25k-2014November.csv  November CSV
Spend over £25k-2014October.csv  October CSV
Spend over £25k-2014September.csv  September CSV
Spend over £25k-2014August.csv  August CSV
Spend over £25k-2014July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k-2014June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k-2014May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k-2014April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k-2014March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k-2014February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k-2014January.csv January CSV

 

2013

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k-2013December.csv  December CSV
Spend over £25k-2013November.csv  November CSV
Spend over £25k-2013October.csv  October CSV
Spend over £25k-2013September.csv  September CSV
Spend over £25k-2013August.csv  August CSV
Spend over £25k-2013July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k-2013June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k-2013May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k-2013April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k-2013March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k-2013February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k-2013January.csv January CSV

 

2012

File Name Month File Format
Spend over £25k-2012December.csv  December CSV
Spend over £25k-2012November.csv  November CSV
Spend over £25k-2012October.csv  October CSV
Spend over £25k-2012September.csv  September CSV
Spend over £25k-2012August.csv  August CSV
Spend over £25k-2012July.csv July CSV
Spend over £25k-2012June.csv June CSV
Spend over £25k-2012May.csv May CSV
Spend over £25k-2012April.csv April CSV
Spend over £25k-2012March.csv March CSV
Spend over £25k-2012February.csv February CSV
Spend over £25k-2012January.csv January CSV

The Trust is the organisation responsible for providing high quality health services to meet the needs of the population of East Lancashire, working with partner organisations, patients, clinicians, providers, third sector organisations, local authorities and the voluntary sector.

The services we provide are for the health needs of East Lancashire and deliver improvements in health and care services to meet local needs.


Board Structures

The Trust Board is responsible for setting the overall policy and strategy for the Trust, for monitoring performance and maintaining the highest standards of public accountability.

 


Divisional Structures

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