Organizational chart of NHS staffing ratios 1999-2009

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This is an illustrative chart of NHS staffing, normalized per hospital consultant. In other words...for every 1 hospital consultant in the NHS there are X nurses; X managers X ambulance drivers etc.

Prepared by Alex J Mitchell (ajm80@le.ac.uk) from public data.

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Organizational chart of NHS staffing ratios 1999-2009

  1. 1. Organizational Chart of NHS Staffing Ratios Ratio of Staff Normalised Per Hospital Consultant Reference: http://www.ic.nhs.uk/statistics-and-data-collections/workforce/nhs-staff-numbers/nhs-staff-1999--2009-overview For Every 1 Consultant in the NHS there are……..
  2. 2. 1x Hospital Consultant 1x Registrar (ST) 0.4x Junior Doctors 0.4x Practice Nurses 0.5x Ambulance Staff 2.6x Central Administrators 2x Hotel, property & estates 1.1x Managers 8x Support Staff NHS Staff 1.7x Allied Health Professionals 1.8x Scientific Staff 9x Qualified nursing, midwifery & health visiting staff 2009 1.7x Primary Care Staff 1x General Practitioner
  3. 3. 1x Hospital Consultant 0.6x Registrar (ST) 0.9x Junior Doctors 0.6x Ambulance Staff 3x Central Administrators 2.6x Hotel, property & estates 1.1x Managers 10.6x Support Staff NHS Staff 2x Scientific Staff 11.7x Qualified nursing, midwifery & health visiting staff 1999 2.5x Primary Care Staff 1.3x General Practitioners 0.5x Practice Nurses 2x Allied Health Professionals

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