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Date: 1 June 2020
What we spend and how we spend it
A statement of income and expenditure for the most recent, available financial year (April - March) is available below. It lists current funds and assets alongside commitments, liabilities, and Directors' remuneration.
It also contains an external audit "certificate" and "guarantees" of financial probity, signed by the Chief Executive, Director of Finance and Chairman of the Charitable Funds Committee. To view UHB annual reports, accounts and plans see the related links box.
Standing financial instructions, establishment orders and codes of conduct
For information regarding standing financial instructions, standing orders and schedule of reserved matters/ role of officers and delegation scheme please see our policies and procedures in the related links section.
For information on rules governing the control of assets and handling of financial matters please contact the Director of Finance on the following details:
Director of Finance
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham
Birmingham, B15 2GW
Telephone: 0121 432 3232
Further details regarding the UHB's capital programme can be found in the downloads box.
Staff pay and grading structures
Information regarding staff pay and grading structures, staff and Board Members allowances, please see the related links box.
Funding: charitable donations
University Hospitals Birmingham Charities manage donations and with funds being held by the Trust in earmarked accounts for many departments, wards and research accounts. UHB Charities are registered with the Charity Commission (number 1093989) and are authorised to raise funds for the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust. These funds are dispersed by the Trustees in accordance with donors wishes, where these are known.
For more information please contact the Trust secretary on the following:
Trust Fund Secretary
PO Box 11396
Birmingham, B15 2PR
Telephone: 0121 623 6881
For more information regarding charity charitable donations please see the charity commission website in the external link box.
Procurement and tendering: standard terms and conditions
OJEC adverts - European community regulations and guidance on projects and tendering.
There is a statutory requirement on the Trust to advertise all contracts in the official journal of European communities. This allows all potential suppliers an opportunity to tender for the contract. For further information please contact:
Head of Procurement
UHB NHS Trust
Metchley Park Road
Birmingham, B15 2RZ
Telephone: 0121 623 6811
In addition, the Trust's tendering process has to adhere to its Standing Financial Instructions & Standing Orders, please see the downloads box for more information.
Tendering for goods and services
For more information on European Union directives, please see the downloads box.
FOI Publication of Procurement Contracts for awarded contracts advertised in the Official Journal of the European Union
For details regarding awarded contracts advertised in the official journal of the European Union please see the publication of procurement contracts in the download box.
Purchasing and supplies
The NHS purchasing and supply agency (PASA) is an executive agency of the Department of Health and holds a list of all approved companies, goods and services. The PASA guidance also sets out the standard terms and conditions that NHS organisations should follow in regard to purchasing our equipment and supplies. For more information regarding PASA see the external link box.
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