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This information lets you know the number of people admitted to hospital for diabetes in the area administered by your Primary Care Trust (PCT). We have looked at what happens nationally (the national profile of admissions broken down by age, sex and deprivation) and then looked at what actually happened over the course of a year in the PCT you have chosen.
If your PCT is red this means that there is more of a chance people with diabetes will end up in hospital than if they lived in other areas. Your PCT managers should be taking an interest in this pattern and seeing if anything can be done to improve this situation.
Conversely if your PCT is green, this means there is less of a chance people with diabetes will end up in hospital than if they lived in other areas. The managers of your PCT should also understand this pattern and where possible share this learning with their colleagues in other organisations. If your PCT is blue this means the number of people being admitted for diabetes is similar to our expectations.
This website also allows you to see the results for your GP practice for diabetes. If you know the postcode of your GP practice, please enter this in the box below. If not, enter your own postcode and navigate to your GP practice. Further information on which GP practice you belong to.
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