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Service Data
Service Data

Service Data

Nb. – the information in this section includes financial data from the now disestablished NHS Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale, now replaced by Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale Clinical Commissioning Group. Following recent transformation programmes in both Local Government and the NHS, information on spend will be updated in mid-2014 when a clear picture of transformed spending patterns is available. The information provided is accurate to April 2012. Programmes have since been put in place to strengthen prevention and reduce demand on critical services. Some of the key issues arising from our service data include our high levels of local emergency admissions to hospital in the Borough compared with other places, although these have decreased slightly in the past two years. We also have the second highest rate of antibiotic prescribing in England. Looking at the most recent service spend available over half of the Local Authority’s budget is spent on ‘critical services’ i.e. social care for adults and children (2011/12 - £108m) and almost half of the local NHS budget is spent on General Acute Care (2011/12 -£168m). Stakeholders want us to strengthen prevention, reduce demand, strengthen primary care in deprived areas, ensure services are integrated, joined up and jointly commissioned where appropriate.

Please see below for the datasets, profiles and further resources related to service data.


You can view a summary of all the data in this theme by clicking on the profile below, this document can also be downloaded as a pdf to be used offline:

Service Data Profile


To view the raw datasets in the Service Data theme go to the Statistics section and look under the JSNA themes or click on the links below:

Emergency Admissions to Hospital
Health Trainers
Vaccination and Immunisation

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