Emergency admissions by Trust - North West

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
Pennine Acute
18969
22338
18.0
East Lancashire
12122
12926
7.0
Central Manchester
11363
11126
-2.0
St Helens and Knowsley
10245
10478
2.0
Lancashire Teaching
10078
11196
11.0
Wirral
10048
10479
4.0
University Of Morecambe Bay
9378
8956
-4.0
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen
9075
9522
5.0
Aintree
8965
8643
-4.0
Royal Bolton
8471
8050
-5.0
Warrington and Halton
8447
8933
6.0
Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre
8268
9066
10.0
Stockport
8239
8995
9.0
North Cumbria
7763
7051
-9.0
Mid Cheshire
7351
8243
12.0
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh
6734
7403
10.0
Countess Of Chester
6543
7131
9.0
Salford Royal
6456
8059
25.0
University Of South Manchester
6435
7832
22.0
Southport and Ormskirk
5538
5892
6.0
Tameside
5359
5650
5.0
East Cheshire
4225
4374
4.0
Trafford Healthcare
2209
2179
-1.0

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
Trafford Healthcare 2209 2271 2179 -1.0%
East Cheshire 4225 4052 4374 4.0%
Tameside 5359 5362 5650 5.0%
Southport and Ormskirk 5538 5612 5892 6.0%
University Of South Manchester 6435 7179 7832 22.0%
Salford Royal 6456 7153 8059 25.0%
Countess Of Chester 6543 6932 7131 9.0%
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh 6734 7461 7403 10.0%
Mid Cheshire 7351 7753 8243 12.0%
North Cumbria 7763 7967 7051 -9.0%
Stockport 8239 8796 8995 9.0%
Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre 8268 9500 9066 10.0%
Warrington and Halton 8447 8954 8933 6.0%
Royal Bolton 8471 8010 8050 -5.0%
Aintree 8965 9212 8643 -4.0%
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen 9075 9296 9522 5.0%
University Of Morecambe Bay 9378 9387 8956 -4.0%
Wirral 10048 10152 10479 4.0%
Lancashire Teaching 10078 10904 11196 11.0%
St Helens and Knowsley 10245 10466 10478 2.0%
Central Manchester 11363 11303 11126 -2.0%
East Lancashire 12122 12219 12926 7.0%
Pennine Acute 18969 20009 22338 18.0%

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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