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  • Created by the Lincolnshire County Council Public Health Intelligence Team

    Series:

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    Clinical Commissioning Group Profile

    Lincolnshire West

    CCG

    March 2013

    1

  • CCG Profile Lincolnshire West

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    Table of Contents

    Introduction .............................................................................................................................................. - 2 -

    1 Overview .......................................................................................................................................... - 3 -

    2 Key Demographic Information .......................................................................................................... - 4 -

    2.1 Population ................................................................................................................................. - 4 -

    2.2 Age Profile ................................................................................................................................. - 4 -

    3 Health and Wellbeing ....................................................................................................................... - 5 -

    3.1 Life Expectancy and Mortality .................................................................................................... - 5 -

    3.2 Major Diseases .......................................................................................................................... - 6 -

    3.2.1 Long Term Conditions Key Points (2011/2012) ............................................................... - 6 -

    3.2.2 Referrals & Admissions (2010/2011 data) .......................................................................... - 6 -

    3.3 Lifestyle Key Points ................................................................................................................ - 7 -

    4 Other Determinants .......................................................................................................................... - 8 -

    4.1 Levels of Deprivation ................................................................................................................. - 8 -

    4.2 Unemployment .......................................................................................................................... - 9 -

    4.3 Child poverty ........................................................................................................................... - 10 -

  • CCG Profile Lincolnshire West

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    Introduction

    The purpose of this profile is to provide an overview of the health of the population living in the area covered by Lincolnshire Westt CCG. The profile contains the key demographics of the area and also the key health problems in the area.

    The reader of this document should consider the links to the Joint Strategic Needs Assessment and consider how the five priority themes may be affected by the findings from this profile. The five priority themes are listed below:

    1. Promoting healthier lifestyles

    2. Improve the health and wellbeing of older people

    3. Delivering high quality systematic care for major causes of ill health

    4. Improve health and social outcomes for children and reduce inequalities

    5. Tackling the social determinants of healthi

    Throughout the profile links will be supplied to relevant websites and data sources so you can obtain the raw data as required. There are several caveats to the information in this profile that need to be considered:

    The data included in the profile is a snap shot and the dates indicated.

    Some of the information used contains details of the GP registered population whereas other data

    sources use ONS population estimates.

    At this stage we have focused on providing facts and figures in the document. In the near future we are hoping to add the views from a Public Health Consultant who will give their expert knowledge of the area.

  • CCG Profile Lincolnshire West

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    1 Overview

    Lincolnshire West CCG has 38 practices covering Lincoln, Navenby, Gainsborough, North Hykeham, Branston, Nettleham, Brigg, Welton, Saxilby, Ingham, Washingborough, Metheringham, Willingham by Stow, Bassingham and Scotter.

    The CCG has five Localities; Gainsborough, Lincoln North, Lincoln South, North of Lincoln, and South of Lincoln.

    Lincolnshire West CCG have a clear vision statement:

    The people of Lincolnshire West receive compassionate care and excellent health services that promote healthy lifestyles and prevents illness.

    Lincolnshire West CCG will deliver this vision by working through the five goals:

    1. Continually improve the health of all those living within Lincolnshire West (e.g. Stop Smoking

    programmes, reducing obesity).

    2. Reduce health inequalities and improve the quality of life for all (e.g. NHS Health Checks for all,

    reduce life expectancy variations).

    3. Help patients access high quality, responsive healthcare of their choice (e.g. more local services,

    easier to get to, more choice).

    4. Work together to develop healthcare designed for the needs of our patients, their families and

    carers (e.g. work with Social Care and Community Services, Frail Older People Project).

    5. Ensure we have effective, value for money services that improve patient experience and safety (e.g.

    monitor and act on patient views and involvement)ii.

    Key Points

    Lincolnshire West CCG has high levels of deprivation compared to other areas in Lincolnshire.

    The highest proportion of the population is between ages of 20 and 24 years.

    Life expectancy within the CCG is slightly better than the England average.

    Prevalence of cancer, diabetes, coronary heart diseases and stroke are

    slightly higher than the England average.

    The GP referrals to outpatients, elective and emergency admissions are all above England average, with emergency admission rate being also the highest out of all Lincolnshire CCGs.

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    2 Key Demographic Information

    2.1 Population

    The GP registered population of Lincolnshire West CCG is 223,773 and the Census 2011 resident population which was taken from the Lincolnshire Research Observatory is 225,298. This is a difference of 1,525. This may be due to residents within an area registering with GPs outside the CCG boundary.

    2.2 Age Profile

    The chart below provides an age profile of Lincolnshire West CCG (APHO website). If you require further information about the age profile for individual practices the information can be sourced from the APHO website. The chart below clearly shows a higher proportion of the population of people aged 20-24 years.

    Fig. 1 .

    Source: www.apho.org.uk/PracProf/Profile

    http://www.apho.org.uk/

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    3 Health and Wellbeing

    3.1 Life Expectancy and Mortality

    Under 75 mortality rate from cardiovascular disease, respiratory disease are slightly lower than rates for England. Mortality rate from cancer is higher than England rate and the highest out of all Lincolnshire CCGsiii. Please note that there are discussions around how those rates are being calculated and the methodology may change in the near future.

    Fig. 2

    Source: NHS Information Centre

    The graph below shows the average life expectancy for both males and females within Lincolnshire West CCG and England. It can be seen that the average life expectancy is slightly higher in this CCG compared to England.

    Fig. 3

    Source: www.apho.org.uk/PracProf/Profile

    http://www.apho.org.uk/PracProf/Profile

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    3.2 Major Diseases

    In order to establish the key health problems affecting practices within Lincolnshire West CCG, we have examined the data from the APHO website. If you would like to view the spine charts for each individual indicator they can be accessed via www.apho.org.uk/PracProf/Profile.

    3.2.1 Long Term Conditions Key Points (2011/2012)

    Diabetes prevalence is slightly higher than the England average. The prevalence of diabetes has

    increased compared to 2010/11 slightly following National trends (5.7% to 5.9%).

    Coronary Heart disease prevalence is above the England average: 4% within Lincolnshire West

    compared to 3.4% for England.

    Stroke prevalence is higher than the England average: 1.9% within Lincolnshire West compared to

    1.7% within England.

    Hypertension prevalence is above the England average: 13.8% within Lincolnshire West CCG

    compared to 13.6% in England.

    Psychoses prevalence is at the same level as the England average: 0.8% in Lincolnshire West CCG

    and 0.8% in England. However, depression prevalence is slightly above the England average:

    12.3% in Lincolnshire West CCG compared to 11.7% in England.

    Cancer prevalence is above the England average: 2.0% (CCG) 1.8% (England).The number of

    Cancer admissions per 1000 is also above the England average: 41 (CCG) 28.6 (England).

    Fig. 4

    Source: www.apho.org.uk/PracProf/Profile

    3.2.2 Referrals & Admissions (2010/2011 data)

    The rate of GP referrals to outpatients (1st attendance, per 1000) is above the England average:

    200.5 (CCG) compared to 191.7 (England).

    The rate of elective admissions (per 1000) is above the England average: 138.6 (CCG) compared to

    121.0 (England).

    The number of emergency admissions (per 1000) is a

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