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Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group Population   Download this section

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is the statutory body responsible for commissioning (buying) healthcare services for patients across the Vale of York. NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group covers a larger geographical area than just York and supports 336,330 people.

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group also includes parts of North Yorkshire County Council and East Riding Local Authority areas which cover a much larger proportion of the geographical area than just York.

You can click here to view a full list of the GP Practices within the NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group.

You can click here to view the revised membership of the NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group Governing Body.

You can click here to view a mandate from the Government to NHS England: April 2014 to March 2015.

The following population pyramid shows that there are more 15 – 24 year olds and more 50 – 85+ year olds within the registered patient population of the NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group (2012) compared to the England profile. The darker outlines show the profile of the England population.

CCG Population Pyrmaid 

Sources: CCG data from GP Practice Profile Data. England data from ONS mid 2012 population figures

The map below shows the levels of deprivation in and around the NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group boundary and is based on Index of Multiple Deprivation 2010 (IMD 2010) scores.

In this graph, levels of deprivation are split into 5 categories of deprivation. These are known as quintiles. The highest levels of deprivation are represented in quintile 1 and the lowest levels in quintile 5.

Deprivation Are Split

The following table shows NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group outcomes against the national average and against a ‘cluster’ average. NHS Vale of York’s performance is represented by red diamonds. The national average is represented by the blue dotted line. The cluster average is represented by the yellow markers and this measure compares NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group York to similar Clinical Commissioning Groups within the country.

The table below summarises all of these measures. The full range of Clinical Commissioning Group outcome measures can be accessed from NHS England.

Vale Of York Clinical Commissioning Group Outcomes

NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group performs worse than the national average against under 75 mortality rate from cancer, patient reported outcome measures for elective groin hernia procedures and emergency admissions for children with lower respiratory tract infections. The full report into NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group outcome performance can be accessed from the NHS England site.

It should be noted that the above measures provide outcomes based information across the entire NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group and do not specifically measure outcome performance in York only. The NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group serves a population of 336,330 which includes the entire 200,018 population of York but also includes 136,312 people who live outside of York (NHS Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group Strategic Plan 2014-2019).

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This page was last updated on 20 April 2015
This page will be reviewed by 20 April 2016