Oxford, The Manor Hospital Competition & Markets Authority Declaration
Hospital services provided for consultants
In accordance with the requirements of the Competition & Markets Authority Private Healthcare Market Investigation Order 2014 (the Order) the details of services offered by the hospital to our consultant partners are detailed below.
Consulting rooms are made available to referring clinicians or those that hold practising privileges at the hospital at a rate of £20.00 per hour or part thereof, which represents a fair market rate. Consulting rooms are made available on a non-discriminatory basis and on equivalent terms in accordance with the Order.
Discounts are made available for all consulting room users, discounts can be accessed by:
- Agreeing to prompt payment terms for the settlement of invoices (-20%)
- Advance payment of quarterly consulting room requirements (-20%)
Both discounts are available to all consultants and can be combined to make a 40% discount in the aggregate.
Accommodation for consultants’ medical secretarial staff is also made available at this hospital at a rental rate of £80.00 per week, which represents a fair market rate. Such accommodation is provided on a non-discriminatory basis and on equivalent terms in accordance with the Order.
Medical secretarial services are made available to our consultant partners at a rate of £22.00 plus VAT per hour, which represents a fair market rate. Medical secretarial services are provided on a non-discriminatory basis and on equivalent terms in accordance with the Order.
All consultants are invited to attend an Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM is hosted offsite and food and drinks are provided. The total cost for the event is £7549.
The EAG (established in January 2016) supports the development of Nuffield Health’s strategy and policies, providing, on an ad hoc basis, advice on clinical best practice, new technology and procedures, complaints, peer review and also giving specialty-specific expert advice where needed. Advice and requests are coordinated by a central team to ensure the appropriate and fair rotation through the membership of the EAG.
The EAG is constituted from members of Nuffield Health Hospitals’ Medical Societies nominated by peers and hospital management. Members are invited to join the EAG by our Medical Director, Mahmood Shafi.
Where advisory services are requested from and provided to Nuffield Health by EAG consultant members, they are paid a day rate of £1,000 or an hourly rate of £150 plus reasonable expenses incurred. With cumulative spend in 2016 appearing next to consultant names as applicable.
The members of the EAG from Nuffield Health Oxford, The Manor Hospital are: Dr Sumit Das, Dr Felicitas Obetoh, Mr Benjamin Turney, Mr Bruno Sgromo , Mr Mario Petrou, Mr Richard Guy, Mr Richard Stacey, Mr Christopher Darby, Professor Sion Glyn-Jones and Mr James Wilson Macdonald (£1,400).
Paid Advisory Roles
To support delivery of clinical services in the hospital, the following consultants hold a paid advisory role for Nuffield Health Oxford, The Manor Hospital:
- Professor Andrew Farmery is paid £1,500 per annum for providing microbiology and infection control advisory services to the hospital.
- Dr Matthew Dryden is paid £14,000 per annum for providing microbiology and infection prevention advisory services to the hospital.
- Dr Jonathan Mason is paid £1,500 per annum for providing RMO mentoring services on behalf of the hospital.
- Dr Sumit Das is paid £1,500 per annum for providing advisory services relating to resuscitation to the hospital.
Nuffield Health Oxford, The Manor Hospital is proud to support medical professionals in their pursuit of continuing professional education. The Hospital’s Medical Society approves grants, made from Nuffield Health resources, in order to advance and ensure clinical safety through consultant attendance at relevant educational conferences and events.
Educational Grants have been awarded to 5 consultants at this hospital to date.
Mr Ben Turney has been awarded an educational grant to attend the World Congress of Endo-Urology conference.
Mr Stuart Winter has been awarded an educational grant to attend the Advanced International Sianlendoscopy Course.
Mr Sinclair Gore has been awarded an educational grant to undertake investigations of a new surgery for suitability to deliver at Nuffield Health.
Low value services provided to our Consultant partners at this hospital include:
- Discounted gym membership
- General corporate hospitality
- General hospital marketing activity
- General services provided to ensure clinical safety
- In-house training
- Insurance or indemnity cover in respect of the treatment of national health service patients
- Mandatory training
- Mini-consultations at patient information events
- Operational services such as patient admission, administrative services and billing
- Patient notes archiving
- Stationery and printing facilities
- Subsidised meals
- Tea, coffee and other soft beverages
Further useful outcome statistics for this hospital can be seen on the Private Healthcare Information Network website at www.phin.org.uk
Nuffield - Consultant Data Processing AgreementThe Data Processing Agreement governing the processing of any personal data in connection with the provision of administrative support services and/or medical records storage by the Hospital for consultants can be accessed here.