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The authority has 558.88 whole time equivalent posts filled by 607 officers.
Birkenhead and Wallasey PCT employs 875 people -many part time - making up 646 whole time equivalent posts, and Bebington and West Wirral PCT has 520 employees, which including part-time employees makes an equivalent of 425 full-time posts.
Wales languishes at the bottom for hospital doctors per head - behind Scotland, Northern Ireland and the North East of England (substantial private sector work reduces the whole time equivalent for the whole of England).
He said: "There are 147 whole time equivalent posts allocated in respect of chaplaincy services at a cost of almost EUR9million for the 2010/2011 school year."
In Singleton Hospital, Ward Six has been confirmed as the site for 22 beds from Neath Port Talbot Hospital, and just under 24 whole time equivalent nursing staff will move there.
"However, the number of consultant posts that have been vacant for more than three months, reported by health boards during March 2010, shows a figure of 39.2 (whole time equivalent), or 1.5% of the consultant population.