Emergency admissions by Trust - London

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. This policy will clearly directly affect trusts' income and thus they need to engage upstream with PCTs to reduce local demand. 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
Barking, Havering and Redbridge
12535
13444
7.0
Imperial College Healthcare
12482
13688
10.0
South London Healthcare
12243
13682
12.0
Barnet and Chase Farm
11574
12794
11.0
North West London
9668
10596
10.0
Barts
9063
9785
8.0
Guys and St Thomas
8811
9921
13.0
Epsom and St Helier
8018
8389
5.0
St Georges Healthcare
7357
10182
38.0
Whipps Cross
6951
8341
20.0
Kings College
6943
6954
0.0
Mayday Healthcare
5946
6638
12.0
Newham
5804
5538
-5.0
The Hillingdon
5656
6271
11.0
Royal Free Hampstead
5588
5934
6.0
The Lewisham
5455
5237
-4.0
West Middlesex
5095
4648
-9.0
Ealing
5086
5201
2.0
Chelsea and Westminster
5004
5506
10.0
North Middlesex
4908
4092
-17.0
University College London
4867
5262
8.0
Kingston
4472
6012
34.0
The Whittington
4340
4684
8.0
Homerton
4171
4474
7.0

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

Trust name Emergency Admissions Q1 2008/9 Emergency Admissions Q1 2009/10 Emergency Admissions Q1 2010/11 % change
Homerton 4171 4203 4474 7.0%
The Whittington 4340 4264 4684 8.0%
Kingston 4472 4958 6012 34.0%
University College London 4867 5515 5262 8.0%
North Middlesex 4908 4264 4092 -17.0%
Chelsea and Westminster 5004 5593 5506 10.0%
Ealing 5086 5614 5201 2.0%
West Middlesex 5095 5860 4648 -9.0%
The Lewisham 5455 5612 5237 -4.0%
Royal Free Hampstead 5588 5960 5934 6.0%
The Hillingdon 5656 5838 6271 11.0%
Newham 5804 6358 5538 -5.0%
Mayday Healthcare 5946 7018 6638 12.0%
Kings College 6943 8317 6954 0.0%
Whipps Cross 6951 6874 8341 20.0%
St Georges Healthcare 7357 8291 10182 38.0%
Epsom and St Helier 8018 8302 8389 5.0%
Guys and St Thomas 8811 8494 9921 13.0%
Barts 9063 9294 9785 8.0%
North West London 9668 9703 10596 10.0%
Barnet and Chase Farm 11574 12007 12794 11.0%
South London Healthcare 12243 12353 13682 12.0%
Imperial College Healthcare 12482 12323 13688 10.0%
Barking, Havering and Redbridge 12535 13419 13444 7.0%

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

  • 19.7 to 38.4
  • 12.12 to 19.7
  • 8.6 to 12.12
  • 5.69 to 8.6
  • 1.68 to 5.69
  • -9.18 to 1.68
  • -30.95 to -9.18