Emergency admissions by PCT - London Strategic Health Authority

The introduction of a marginal tariff is likely to affect the level of emergency admissions. It is hoped that capping 2010-2011 income at the level of admissions for 2008-09 and only paying 30% of tariff for activity thereafter will reduce admissions. While they are reducing their liability in respect of the trusts, PCTs should be actively managing demand locally. You can change region, or view national data.

Change in emergency admissions Q1 2008/09 to Q1 2010/11

  • Q1 2008/09
  • Q1 2010/11

Trust name Number of emergency admissions % change
Ealing
8286
8474
2.3
Barnet
7563
8657
14.5
Sutton and Merton
7460
8071
8.2
Newham
7065
7149
1.2
Croydon
7017
7893
12.5
Lambeth
6870
6805
-0.9
Enfield
6582
6298
-4.3
Brent
6328
6868
8.5
Bromley
6321
6220
-1.6
Southwark
6037
6387
5.8
Hillingdon
5961
6639
11.4
Lewisham
5880
5893
0.2
Tower Hamlets
5714
5854
2.5
Redbridge
5534
5954
7.6
Waltham Forest
5510
6582
19.5
Hounslow
5300
5197
-1.9
City and Hackney
5264
5603
6.4
Wandsworth
5257
6561
24.8
Haringey
5040
5024
-0.3
Camden
4991
5064
1.5
Havering
4927
5381
9.2
Westminster
4852
5358
10.4
Islington
4415
4445
0.7
Barking and Dagenham
4175
4472
7.1
Greenwich
4173
5139
23.1
Harrow
4120
4488
8.9
Hammersmith and Fulham
3894
4227
8.6
Bexley Care Trust
3820
4639
21.4
Kensington and Chelsea
3713
4156
11.9
Richmond and Twickenham
3012
3255
8.1
Kingston
2521
3418
35.6

Emergency admissions

 

Metric

The number of emergency admissions by financial quarter.

 

Definition

All spells with an admission method between 21 and 28

 

Data Source

SUS – CDS Time frame April 2008 - June 2010, by financial quarter

 

Basis

Primary Care Trust or Acute Trust

 

Statistical methods used

The percentage increase in emergency admissions between Q1 2008/09 and Q1 2010/11 is the (number of emergency admissions in Q1 2010/11 minus number of emergency admissions in Q1 2008/09) divided by the number of emergency admissions in Q1 2008/09.

PCTs/Trusts are highlighted if they are in the top or bottom quintile.

Note that the following Trusts had not submit admitted patient data for June 2010/11 at the time of the data analysis:

  • Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Change in emergency admissions Q1 2008/09 to Q1 2010/11

  • Bottom quintile
  • Top quintile

PCT name Emergency Admissions Q1 2008/9 Emergency Admissions Q1 2009/10 Emergency Admissions Q1 2010/11 % change Q1 2008/09 to Q1 2010/11
Kingston 2521 2751 3418 35.6%
Richmond and Twickenham 3012 3131 3255 8.1%
Kensington and Chelsea 3713 3915 4156 11.9%
Bexley Care Trust 3820 4268 4639 21.4%
Hammersmith and Fulham 3894 3928 4227 8.6%
Harrow 4120 4133 4488 8.9%
Greenwich 4173 4249 5139 23.1%
Barking and Dagenham 4175 4413 4472 7.1%
Islington 4415 4301 4445 0.7%
Westminster 4852 5092 5358 10.4%
Havering 4927 5389 5381 9.2%
Camden 4991 5093 5064 1.5%
Haringey 5040 4927 5024 -0.3%
Wandsworth 5257 5936 6561 24.8%
City and Hackney 5264 5324 5603 6.4%
Hounslow 5300 6058 5197 -1.9%
Waltham Forest 5510 5659 6582 19.5%
Redbridge 5534 5637 5954 7.6%
Tower Hamlets 5714 5679 5854 2.5%
Lewisham 5880 6228 5893 0.2%
Hillingdon 5961 6080 6639 11.4%
Southwark 6037 6739 6387 5.8%
Bromley 6321 6220 6220 -1.6%
Brent 6328 6435 6868 8.5%
Enfield 6582 6542 6298 -4.3%
Lambeth 6870 6983 6805 -0.9%
Croydon 7017 8105 7893 12.5%
Newham 7065 7627 7149 1.2%
Sutton and Merton 7460 7830 8071 8.2%
Barnet 7563 7995 8657 14.5%
Ealing 8286 8804 8474 2.3%

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% increase in emergency admissions Q1 2008/9 - Q1 2010/11

  • 17.1 to 35.6
  • 11.2 to 17.1
  • 8 to 11.2
  • 4.6 to 8
  • 0.5 to 4.6
  • -7 to 0.5
  • -32.4 to -7