The Office for Health Improvement & Disparities’ Fingertips have produced practice profiles and Primary Care Network Profiles as part of the National General Practice Profiles.
Primary Care Networks
Primary Care Networks form a key building block of the NHS Long-Term Plan. They bring general practices together to work at scale. This has been a policy priority for some years for a range of reasons including improving the ability of practices to recruit and retain staff, to manage financial and estate pressures, to provide a wider range of services to patients and to more easily integrate with the wider health and care system.
Further information on the GP practices and Primary Care Networks is available in the form of a map. On the 1 October 2022, Delta Healthcare (which was in HASP PCN) is not currently allocated to a PCN.
There are currently 32 GP practices in Hull. All except Delta Healthcare are within one of seven local Primary Care Network (prior to May 2022 there were five PCNs in Hull). The PCNs are:
- Haxby Group;
- Symphonie; and
General Practice Profiles
General Practice Profiles are available on The Office for Health Improvement & Disparities’ Fingertips as part of the National General Practice Profiles although there is no ‘not classified’ category so it is possible that Delta Healthcare is being included in the HASP PCN.
Primary Care Network Profiles
Primary Care Profiles are also available on Fingertips as part of the National General Practice Profiles for the previous configuration of Primary Care Networks, although the PCN classifications are not necessarily entirely up-to-date.
Primary Care Disease Prevalence from Quality and Outcomes Framework
The diagnosed prevalence of various diseases and medical conditions is available at practice level and Primary Care Network level from the Quality and Outcomes Framework (further information within the Glossary). A Local Analysis of the Quality and Outcomes Framework Data is available under Tools and Resources. Further information is also available under each relevant disease and medical condition under Health Factors within Adults.
In July 2022, Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) ceased to exist and were replaced by the Integrated Care System. Data will still be available at CCG level for some time after July 2022 so this local analysis file continues to refer to CCGs and Hull CCG, and continues to present data at the CCG geographical level. Six local CCGs were also combined to form the Humber, Coast and Vale geographical area, which has also ceased to exist. It has been replaced by the Humber and North Yorkshire Integrated Care Board.
Practices have been divided into five approximately equal-sized groups (based on total list size) based on the average deprivation score of their patients (Index of Multiple Deprivation 2019) and six approximately equal-sized groups (based on total list size) based on the average age of their patients. The prevalence of disease has also been compared across these deprivation and age groups, and across the six geographical areas within Humber and North Yorkshire.
Ward and Area Committee Area Profiles
Ward and Area Committee Area Profiles are also available for each of Hull’s 21 electoral wards and for each of Hull’s seven Area Committee Areas (as well as each locality, local deprivation fifth and Hull overall).
NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group: https://www.hullccg.nhs.uk/
The Office for Health Improvement & Disparities’ Fingertips National General Practice Profiles: https://fingertips.phe.org.uk/profile/general-practice
Humber and North Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership https://humberandnorthyorkshire.org.uk/
This page was last updated / checked on 23 January 2023.
This page is due to be updated / checked in May 2023.