Population grouped by LSOA filtered by County/Unitary Authority, By % or count, map GP Surgeries, Care Homes or both showing –

•        Deprivation Indicators (select from drop down)

•        Ethnicity (select from drop down)

•        Age Group (select from drop down)

•        Long Term Condition (select from drop down)

        Claimants of Universal Credit

ICB Whole System Snapshot Tool

Map to show Index of Multiple Deprivation Rank for the filtered ICB
Map to show Long Term Conditions per Capita to illustrate how healthy the population is.

Data shown –

  • Age profile
  • Life Expectancy
  • Ethnicity
  • Long Term Conditions
  • Primary Care GP Practice Performance & CQC Ratings
  • Care Home Estate & CQC Ratings
  • UEC Metrics including A&E Type 1 Attendances, Type 1 Admission Rates
  • 4-12 Hour Trolley Waits
  • 12+ Hour Trolley Waits
  • NHS111 Metrics including % Calls Answered, % Transferred to ED & % moved by ambulance
  • Ambulance Services including – % incidents conveyed to ED, Average response time C1
  • Acute Hospitals
  • Bed Capacity
  • Elective Waits
  • Cancer Services & Waiting Times.


NHS Digital
Patients Registered at a GP Practice
Appointments in General Practice
General and Personal Medical Services

Office for National Statistics
People, Population & Community
Population characteristics research tables

Care Quality Commission
CQC Data


English Prescribing Data

Public Health England
Practice Profiles

NHS England Statistics
RTT Waiting Times
Cancer Waiting Times
AE Waiting Times and Activity
Ambulance Quality Indicators
NHS 111 Minimum Data Set
Bed Availability and Occupancy Data

Glossary Population Health Analyses



Age Group

Age group descriptors as defined in the Census 2021.

Care Homes

A Care Home is a place where personal care and accommodation are provided together. People may live in a Care Home for short or long periods. For many people, it is their sole place of residence and so it becomes their home, although they do not legally own or rent it.

County/Unitary Authority

A County/Unitary Authority is an administrative division of local government established in place of, or as an alternative to, a two-tier system of local councils.

Deprivation Indicators

The Indices of Deprivation provide a set of relative measure of deprivation for small areas (LSOA) across England based on seven domains of deprivation.  The domains were combined using the following weights to produce the overall index of Multiple Deprivation.

Income Deprivation (22.5%)

Employment Deprivation (22.5%)

Education, Skills and Training Deprivation (13.5%)

Health Deprivation and Disability (13.5%

Crime (9.3%)

Barriers to housing and Services (9.3%)

Living Environment Deprivation (9.3%)


An ethnic group; a social group that shares a common and distinctive culture, religion, language as described in the Census 2021.

GP Surgeries

General practitioners (GPs) treat all common medical conditions and refer patients to hospitals and other medical services for urgent and specialist treatment.  The Practice is the business which the GP is employed by but this can have more than one surgery, all surgeries are shown here.

Long Term Condition

A long-term condition is an illness that cannot be cured. It can usually be controlled with medicines or other treatments. Examples of long-term conditions include diabetes, arthritis, high blood pressure, epilepsy, asthma and some mental health conditions.


LSOAs (Lower-layer Super Output Areas) are small areas designed to be of a similar population size, with an average of approximately 1,500 residents or 650 households. There are 32,844 Lower-layer Super Output Areas (LSOAs) in England.

LSOA Count or %

You can select to show an % of the population in the selected LSOA or as a count.

Population Health

Population health refers to the health status and health outcomes within a group of people rather than considering the health of one person at a time. For public health practitioners, improving population health involves understanding and optimizing the health of a population broadly defined by geography.

Universal Credit Households

 Universal Credit is a benefit that supports working age people who are on a low incomes or out of work. In time it will replace the following six benefits:

Income-based Jobseeker’s Allowance

Income-related Employment and Support Allowance

Income Support

Working Tax Credit

Child Tax Credit

Housing Benefit

Patients per GP/Practice Nurse

This gives the number of patients  divided by either the number of GP’s or Practice Nurses.

Long Term Conditions Per Patient

This measure gives a guide on overall how well the community is within the chosen area.

Prescribing Based Condition Prevalence

This uses medication prescribed to visualise the prevalence of the conditions treated by those products.