England Primary Care Trusts' deficits
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IDPCT nameSHA regionPCT J in-year surplus/ (deficit) £000s [Late 2009 (typically at November/December), as reported
to the PCT’s board meeting in January/early February 2010]
Notes
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1Enfield London -17,500
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2Sutton & Merton London -10,200
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3Peterborough East of England -9,600
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4Hounslow London -7,668
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5West Hertfordshire East of England -7,399
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6Greenwich Teaching London -7,010
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7North Yorkshire & York Yorkshire and Humber -6,750
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8Harrow London -6,700
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9East & North Hertfordshire East of England -6,192
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10Havering London -5,700
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11Manchester North West -4,872
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12Southwark London -4,700
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13Central & Eastern Cheshire North West -4,200
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14Cumbria Teaching North West -3,970Flood damage had impact on resources. Dept of Health will compensate
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15Lewisham London -3,037
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16Luton East of England -2,830
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17Birmingham East & North West Midlands -2,508
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18Solihull Care TrustWest Midlands -2,383
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19Bedfordshire East of England -2,360
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20West Essex East of England -1,864
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21Shropshire CountyWest Midlands -1,666
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22Western Cheshire North West -1,600
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23Waltham Forest London -1,200
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24Tameside & Glossop North West -1,123
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25Hillingdon London -1,009
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26East Sussex Downs & Weald South East Coast -852
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27Norfolk East of England -842
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28Barnet London -700
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29Sefton North West -493
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30North Lancashire Teaching North West -491
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31South East Essex East of England -337
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32Milton Keynes South Central-312
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33Sheffield Yorkshire and Humber -300
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34West Sussex South East Coast -247
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35Sandwell West Midlands -200
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36Ashton, Leigh & Wigan North West -168
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37Kirklees Yorkshire and Humber -50
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