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This profile presents data on inpatient mortality for patients with recorded diabetes in Royal Bolton Hospital NHS Foundation Trust between April 2009 and March 2011.

This is the Hospital Admissions for Diabetes JSNA Indicator Sheet from the Child and Maternal 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 child diabetes admissions than is average for both the North West region and England as a whole;
  • However, the trend has previously been higher than both and has only been lower for the past three financial years;
  • Bolton is better than average for its statistical peer group for this indicator;
  • There is a severe inequality in child admissions for diabetes by deprivation quintile. The most deprived fifth of Bolton's population experience a far higher admissions rate than is average for Bolton and significantly higher than other quintiles.

This is the Hospital Admissions for Asthma JSNA Indicator Sheet from the Child and Maternal Health section (updated May 2015). 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 higher rate of asthma admissions than England for both boys and girls, but is around average for the North West;
  • Historically, Bolton boys have a higher rate of asthma admissions than Bolton girls and this is a typical pattern;
  • There is no significant difference between admissions across the first four deprivation quintiles (the least deprived group are significantly lower however);
  • Great Lever stands out as the Childrens Centre Reach Area with the highest rate of admissions in Bolton.

This is the Access to GP JSNA Indicator Sheet from the Behaviour and Access to Services 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

  • Over the previous 12 months, people are more likely to visit their Bolton GP on 2-3 occassions;
  • Bolton men are far more likely than Bolton women to have not visited their GP at all over the last 12 months, though this number has reduced since 2001;
  • There persists a relatively even distribution by deprivation quintile for no visits, but the most deprived group are more likely to make 6 or more visits over a 12 month period;
  • Compared to the White British group, a greater proportion of the Asian Pakistani and Asian Indian groups tend to visit their GP more than 6 times over a 12 month period.

 

The Pharmaceutical Needs Assessment, a statutory duty of PCTs, provides a detailed picture of local pharmaceutical services, underlying health needs, and potential for providers to develop and deliver pharmaceutical services to meet the underlying need or bridge gaps where necessary.

Contains the total cost of smoking attributable hospital admissions for those aged 35 years and over, which is the data used to calculate the cost per capita.

Map showing current levels of population that have had no eyesight test in the last 2 years within Bolton at MSOA (Middle Super Output Area) level. Taken from Bolton Health Survey 2010.

Trend analysis of ADASS/AQuA whole system quality and efficiency locality benchmarking focusing upon the frail elderly population in Bolton. Covers: Non-elective admissions aged 65 + per 1000 population aged 65+; Non-elective bed days aged 65+ per head of 1000 population aged 65+; Non-elective re-admission rate within 28 days aged 65+; Non-elective re-admission rate within 90 days aged 65+; Number of dealyed transfers of care aged 18+ per 100,000 population; proportion of people aged 65+ discharged directly to residential care; Permanent admissions to residential/nursing care aged 65+ per 100,000 population 65+; proportion of all deaths which occur at home aged 65+.

Map showing prevalence of current levels of population that have had no visits to the GP in the last year within Bolton at MSOA (Middle Super Output Area) level. Taken from Bolton Health Survey 2010.

Map showing current levels of population that visited the GP six or more times in the last year within Bolton at MSOA (Middle Super Output Area) level. Taken from Bolton Health Survey 2010.

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