NHS West Lancashire CCG
NHS West Lancashire CCG is made up of 15 practices, who care for around 114,000 patients (June 2020) making it the smallest CCG in Lancashire-12. The majority live in the district of West Lancashire, with the remaining patients mainly coming from Wigan and Chorley.
The registered population is relatively evenly split between females (50.6%) and males (49.4%). Just under 30% of the population is aged 65 or over, while 28% are aged 24 or under, reflecting the student population. The remaining 50% are aged between 25 and 64 years.
For further information, please see our primary care networks dashboard for NHS West Lancashire CCG (below).
The interactive dashboard allows you to navigate around key themes, including demographics, disease prevalence, hospital admissions, end of life and mortality. Click on the 'of' between the page numbers to access the full menu, or use the left and right arrows to move through the dashboard. The primary care network link takes you to the data (based on wards).
For additional data and intelligence, please see our Neighbourhood Intelligence dashboards, which provide insight on health, wellbeing and the wider determinants of health at neighbourhood level for service planning purposes.
For help on using the dashboards, please look at our tips and hints document (PDF 454 KB). For help on understanding neighbourhood geographies, please look at our geographies page. Please note that these dashboards may take some time to load. If you find the dashboard does not display or load properly, please try opening this CCG page in another browser.
CCG website link: www.westlancashireccg.nhs.uk
For further information, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Click on the double ended arrow (bottom right of the dashboard) to put it into full screen.
Page updated August 2020