NHS Brighton and Hove spends over £480 million each year on health and wellbeing for the people of Brighton and Hove.
Michael Schofield, director of finance said:
“Our funding is public money and we are conscious that we need to spend wisely on behalf of our patients, health professionals and the public. We are now publishing all of our expenditure over £25,000 so that it is easier to see what we buy for the city.”
You can see here all of our expenditure by month in a CSV file since April 2010. These files cover payments to:
The way that the information is published is designed to make it easier to compare our spend with other primary care trusts (PCTs). Each PCT uses the same format with the same categories, which come from the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA).
You can see more information on national and local data at the UK Government’s data website.
Here are monthly tables of expenditure for NHS Brighton and Hove:
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