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Finance and Budgets 


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The CCG revenue allocation was used to commission and provide health services for the population of Guildford and Waverley. The total net expenditure for 2017/18 was £275.7 million. The breakdown by expenditure type is shown above. The largest area of spend was within Acute Commissioning of which expenditure for services at Royal Surrey County Hospital was £112.9 million.

The Annual Accounts and Remuneration Report for financial years 2013-14, 2014-15, 2015-16, 2016-17, 2017-18 and 2018-19 are available on the Annual Report, Accounts and AGM page of this website.

KPMG Annual External Audit Letter 2018-19

KPMG Annual External Audit Letter 2017-18


Monthly spending greater than £25,000


Financial Year 2019/20



Financial Year 2018/19



Financial Year 2017/18



Financial Year 2016/17


Financial Year 2015/16


Financial Year 2014/15


Financial Year 2013/14


If you reqiuire any of the monthly spending files in Microsoft Excel format, please contact us


Trade union facility time data 2017/18


Your organisation

NHS Guildford and Waverley CCG
1 April 2017 to 31 March 2018

Employees in your organisation

50 to 1,500 employees

Trade union representatives and full-time equivalents

Trade union representatives: 0
FTE trade union representatives: 0

Percentage of working hours spent on facility time

0% of working hours: 0 representatives
1 to 50% of working hours: 0 representatives
51 to 99% of working hours: 0 representatives
100% of working hours: 0 representatives

Total pay bill and facility time costs

Total pay bill: £7832000
Total cost of facility time: £0
Percentage of pay spent on facility time: 0.00%

Paid trade union activities

Hours spent on paid facility time: 0
Hours spent on paid trade union activities: 0
Percentage of total paid facility time hours spent on paid TU activities: 0%


Page updated:13 November 2019
Next review due:11 May 2020
Model Publication Scheme:Class 3: What we spend and how

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