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A&E Clinical Quality Indicators

From April 2011, the Department of Health introduced a range of new indicators to cover all A&E departments in England.

These indicators have been designed to present a comprehensive and balanced view of the care delivered by A&E departments and accurately reflect the experience and safety of patients and the effectiveness of the care they receive.


The documents below is designed to be shared with our patients, members and the public to illustrate how we are doing against these indicators. The clinical indicators data covers all attendances at York Teaching Hospital’s two A&E departments – The York Hospital and Scarborough District Hospital.

The overall Trust performance also covers Type 3 attendances at Minor Injury Units at Bridlington and Selby plus the Urgent Care Centres in York, Scarborough and Malton. The Scarborough Emergency Department performance excludes those attending the Urgent Care Centre.


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Indicators have been designed to present a comprehensive and balanced view of the care delivered by A&E departments and accurately reflect the experience and safety of patients and the effectiveness of the care they receive.


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