Hospitals: Admissions:Written question - 203491

Asked on: 01 July 2014
Department of Health
Hospitals: Admissions
To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many people in England aged (a) under 11, (b) 11 to 16, (c) under 18 and (d) 18 years and over were admitted to each hospital with (i) symptoms of alcohol poisoning, (ii) symptoms of substance abuse, (iii) stab wounds and (iv) gunshot wounds in the last year for which figures are available.
Answered by: Jane Ellison
Answered on: 08 July 2014

Tables which show the number of finished admission episodes with a relevant diagnosis for all patients treated in England, by the hospital provider in which they were treated have been placed in the Library. The information is broken down into the following age groups:

- Under 11 years

- 11-16 years

- Under 18 years

- 18 years and over

- Unknown

These data are not a count of people as the same person may have been admitted on more than one occasion in any given time period.

Library Document (Excel SpreadSheet, 80.26 KB)

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