Mr. Andy Stewart
To ask the Secretary of State for Health which sites have been selected for the new funding under the Government's initiative to improve national health service rehabilitation services for people with brain injury.
§ Mr. Waldegrave
Twelve sites will lead our £l million initiative to improve services for rehabilitation and626W long-term care for people with brain injury. Each one will be a model from which others will learn to improve services to this group throughout the country.
The selected sites are: Funds for 1992–93 (£ thousands) Regional Rehabilitation Centre, Hunters Moor Hospital, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 40 Leeds General Infirmary and Leeds Community Services 80 Derbyshire Royal Infirmary and Derby City Hospital 75 Nottingham Health Authority 75 Central Sheffield University Hospitals 70 Regional Neurological Rehabilitation Unit, Homerton Hospital, London 150 Rivermead Rehabilitation Centre, Oxford 70 Rayners Hedge Physical Rehabilitation Service, Aylesbury 40 Stroke and Rehabilitation Unit, Royal Cornwall Hospital (City), Truro 65 Frenchay Healthcare Services, Bristol 200 Neurobehavioural Rehabilitation Unit, St Edward's Hospital, Cheddleton and Neurological Rehabilitation Unit, Haywood Hospital, Burslem 90 Community Unit, Worcester District Health Authority 90