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A presentation giving an overview of  accident & emergency attendance at Royal Bolton Hospital between April 2013 and March 2014.  Whilst useful - it may require additional resource to provide in-depth insight.

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of COPD in Bolton by ward.

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of myocardial infraction in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of stroke in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of elective hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of CHD in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages) because of CHD in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of elective hospital admissions by age standardised rate (all ages, all causes) in Bolton by ward

A map that shows the population estimates of emergency hospital admissions in Bolton between 2006/07 and 2010/11 by ward.

This publication provides a compilation of Accident and Emergency (A&E) data in England, to give a broad picture of the patient journey through A&E. This should be of interested in those commissioners involved in developing integrated care. The resource can be viewed by clicking here and selecting the resource you would like to download.

 

This is the Emergency readmissions within 28 days of discharge JSNA Indicator Sheet from the Disease and Ill Health section. JSNA Indicator Sheets summarise the current position and recent trends for Bolton, comparators to Bolton, and inequalities across population groups and geographical areas of Bolton.

Headlines

 

  • Bolton has a lower rate of emergency readmissions within 28 days of discharge than both the North West region and England as a whole;
  • Bolton does however have a higher rate of emergency readmissions within 28 days for patients aged 0-15;
  • Bolton has a lower rate than is average for its statistical peer group, and the latest figure shows it to also have the lowest rate seen in the Greater Manchester connurbation.

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