Solihull Health Profiles

The Public Health Observatories (PHOs) for England produce information, data and intelligence on people's health for practitioners, commissioners, policy makers and the wider community. A range of published reports and interactive tools monitor trends in health status and disease as well as highlighting inequalities in health outcomes. Alongside the overall Solihull Health Profile you can access the latest theme based reports for Solihull and ward level health profiles from the links below.

Solihull Health Profile

This profile gives an overall picture of health in Solihull, including key lifestyle, disease and mortality measures compared to national benchmarks.

Key Findings for Solihull:

  • Health in Solihull better or significantly better than the England average in respect of most of the 2015 Health Profile indicators.
  • The borough fares particularly well for obesity among year six children, smoking prevalence, life expectancy, smoking related deaths and premature cardiovascular mortality. Note that this reflects the average and there are parts of Solihull where these indicators may be significantly less positive.
  • However, Solihull performs significantly worse than the England average in terms of breastfeeding initiation and recorded diabetes.
  • Life expectancy for both men and women is higher than the England average but inequalities exist. It is 11.0 years lower for men and 11.1 years lower for women in the most deprived areas of Solihull than in the least deprived areas./li>
  • Over the last 10 years, early death rates from heart disease and stroke have fallen steadily and are better than the England average. However, early death rates from cancer are now in-line with the England average.

To access profiles for other local authority areas as well as a range of interactive tools click here.

Solihull Ward Health Profiles

Public Health England has developed a Local Health page which provides data at ward level. Detailed reports on each of Solihull’s 17 electoral wards can be accessed from the Ward Profiles page, including data on obesity, lifestyles, hospital admissions, cancer incidence, life expectancy and mortality.

Solihull Child Health Profile

This profile gives a snapshot of child health in Solihull, including key measures of health protection, ill health prevention and health improvement.

To access profiles for other local authority areas visit Gov.UK.

Solihull National Child Measurement Profile

The National Child Measurement Programme (NCMP) measures the height and weight of over one-million children aged 4-5 and 10-11 years each year in primary schools in England. NCMP data from 2006/07 to 2012/13 are now available in this online data tool. Prevalence of underweight, healthy weight, overweight, and obesity for children in Reception (age 4-5 years) and Year 6 (age 10-11 years) can be examined at local authority level.

The area profile for Solihull can be accessed from here.

Solihull Mental Health Profiles

The Solihull Community Mental Health profile gives a snapshot of mental health in the Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group area, including key measures of treatment, outcomes and wider determinants of mental health.

To access profiles for other local authority areas as well as a range of interactive tools click here.

A range of additional interactive tools looking at the mental health within Solihull are available.

Information on Common Mental Health Disorders for the Solihull Local Authority area including data on prevalence, risk, prevention, early intervention, assessment, treatment, outcomes and service costs can be accessed from here.

Severe Mental Illness data for the Solihull Local Authority area can be accessed from here.

Neurology data for the Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) area, including epilepsy care and emergency hospital admissions for 12 neurological conditions can be accessed from here.

Solihull Alcohol Profile

The Solihull Local Alcohol Profile contains 26 indicators of alcohol-related harm for including hospital admissions, alcohol related mortality, prevalence of at risk drinkers and alcohol related crime.

You can access Local Alcohol Profiles for England at the Public Health England website. 

Solihull Tobacco Control Profile

The Solihull Local Tobacco Control Profile contains 12 indicators covering the extent of tobacco use, tobacco related harm, and measures being taken to reduce this harm in Solihull.

To access profiles for other local authority areas as well as a range of interactive tools click here.

Solihull Sexual and Reproductive Health Profile

Information on Sexual and Reproductive Health for the Solihull Local Authority area including data relating to teenage pregnancy, abortions, contraception, HIV, sexually transmitted infections and sexual offences, as well wider influences on sexual health, such as alcohol use, can be accessed from here.

Solihull Cardiovascular Disease Profile

The Solihull Cardiovascular Disease (CVD) Profile contains 14 indicators covering the key issues relating to heart disease and stroke, including prevention, incidence, mortality, risk factors and treatments in Solihull.

Longer Lives Health Profiles

The Longer life profiles highlight premature mortality (under 75 years) across every local authority in England, including early deaths resulting from cancer, heart disease and stroke, lung disease and liver disease. Click here to access the profile.

Solihull End of Life Care Profile

This profile gives a snapshot of end of life care in Solihull, including key measures of causes of death, place of death, social care for older people and expenditure.

To access profiles for other local authority areas as well as a range of interactive tools click here.

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