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Moreland 2012 Local Government Area Profiles
The Local Government Area profiles are produced annually, from data provided by a range of sources. The profiles currently include around 140 indicators relating to population, socio-demographics, health status and health utilisation. Each indicator is provided as a rate for the LGA, and a ranking of the LGA against all 79 LGAs for that indicator. The LGA profiles also include definitions for each data item, with a description, data source and currency.  

Sheet 1 (Data items part 1)

LGA 2012 Description Metro / Rural DH Region Area of LGA (sq km) ASGC LGA code Most populous community Distance to Melbourne (km) Travel time to Melbourne Remoteness category ARIA measures (low/main/high) % Business land use % Industrial land use % Residential land use % Rural land use % Other land use Per annum population change 2001 - 2011 Per annum projected population change 2011 - 2021 ERP 2011 Females 0-14 ERP 2011 Females 15-24 ERP 2011 Females 25-44 ERP 2011 Females 45-64 ERP 2011 Females 65-84 ERP 2011 Females 85+ ERP 2011 Females Total ERP 2011 Males 0-14 ERP 2011 Males 15-24 ERP 2011 Males 25-44 ERP 2011 Males 45-64 ERP 2011 Males 65-84 ERP 2011 Males 85+ ERP 2011 Males Total ERP 2011 Total 0-14 ERP 2011 Total 15-24 2ERP 2011 Total 25-44 ERP 2011 Total 45-64 ERP 2011 Total 65-84 ERP 2011 Total 85+ ERP 2011 Total ERP 2011 %0-14 ERP 2011 %15-24 ERP 2011 %25-44 ERP 2011 %45-64 ERP 2011 %65-84 ERP 2011 %85+ ERP 2011 % Total Total fertility rate 2011 RANK total fertility rate %ATSI population RANK ATSI population %Born overseas 2011 RANK born overseas Rank against all LGAs, Born in a non-english speaking country LGA measure, Born in a non-english speaking country Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 1 (%) Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 1 Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 2 (%) Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 2 Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 3 (%) Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 3 Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 4 (%) Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 4 Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 5 (%) Top 5 overseas countries of birth, Country 5 LGA measure, % Speaks LOTE at home Rank against all LGAs, % Speaks LOTE at home Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 1 (%) Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 1 Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 2 (%) Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 2 Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 3 (%) Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 3 Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 4 (%) Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 4 Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 5 (%) Top 5 languages spoken other than English, Country 5 LGA measure, % Low English proficiency Rank against all LGAs, % Low English proficiency New settler arrivals/ 100,000 pop RANK New settler arrivals/ 100,000 pop Humanitarian arrivals as a percentage of new settlers RANK humanitarian arrivals as a percentage of new settlers Community acceptance of diverse cultures RANK Community acceptance of diverse cultures IRSED RANK IRSED % households with Broadband internet connection RANK households with internet connection Gaming machine losses per head of population RANK gaming machine losses Family Incidents per 1,000 population RANK family Incidents per 1,000 population Drug usage / possession offences per 1,000 population RANK drug usage / possession offences per 1,000 population Total offences per 1,000 population RANK total offences per 1,000 population % who feels safe walking alone during the day RANK feels safe walking alone during the day % who feels safe walking alone during the night RANK feels safe walking alone during the night % of population which volunteers RANK population which volunteers % who participate in citizen engagement in past year RANK % who participate in citizen engagement % who use social networking to organise time with family or friends RANK % who use social networking % of population who believe the area has good facilities and services RANK believe the area has good facilities and services Unemployment rate RANK unemployment rate % of persons with individual income < $400 per week RANK individual income < $400 per week % female income < $400 per week % male income < $400 per week % families headed by one parents RANK one-parent families % female one-parent families % male one-parent families Median household income RANK Median household income % of low income families with children RANK % of low income families with children % of population with food insecurity RANK % of population with food insecurity % Mortgage Stress RANK % Mortgage Stress % Rental Stress RANK % Rental Stress % of rental housing that is affordable RANK % of rental housing that is affordable Median house price RANK median house price Median rent for 3 bedrooms home RANK median rent for 3 bedrooms home New dwellings per 1,000 population RANK new dwellings per 1,000 population Social housing stock as a percentage of total dwellings RANK social housing stock as a percentage of total dwellings % with at least 2 hour daily commute RANK 2 hour daily commute % dwellings with no motor vehicle RANK dwellings with no motor vehicle Passenger vehicles per 1,000 population RANK Passengers vehicle per 1,000 population % motor vehicles more than ten years old RANK motor vehicles more than ten years old FTE Students % of year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in reading RANK year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in reading % of year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in writing RANK year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in writing % of year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in numeracy RANK % of year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in numeracy % of population who did not complete year 12 RANK population who did not complete year 12 % of population with higher education qualification RANK population with higher education qualification % of students attending a government school RANK students attending a government school Low birth weight babies RANK low birth weight babies % persons reporting asthma RANK persons reporting asthma % of persons reporting diabetes type 2 RANK persons reporting diabetes type 2 % persons who are overweight or obese % persons who are overweight or obese % females who are overweight or obese RANK females who are overweight or obese % males who are overweight or obese RANK males who are overweight or obese Malignant cancers diagnosed per 100,000 population Cancer incidence - females per 100,000 population Cancer incidence - males per 100,000 population ACSC acute per 1,000 population RANK ACSC acute ACSC chronic per 1,00 population RANK ACSC chronic ACSC vaccine preventable per 1,000 population RANK ACSC vaccine preventable Notifications per 1,000 population of Pertussis Notifications per 1,000 population of Pertussis Notifications per 1,000 population of Influenza Notifications per 1,000 population of Influenza Notifications per 1,000 people of chlamydia RANK chlamydia notifications
Moreland (C) Moreland is located in the inner north of Melbourne, five km from the central business district. Population growth since 2001 has been lower than average, and this trend is projected to continue to 2021. Residents aged 25 to 44 are overrepresented compared to the state average, as are those aged 65 plus, while other age groups are underrepresented. The population of Moreland is culturally diverse, with 31% born in a non-English speaking country, and nearly 42% speaking a language other than English at home. The most commonly spoken languages are Italian, Arabic and Greek. Moreland scores around average on most economic indicators. The rate of passenger vehicles is second lowest of all LGAs, with 99% of the population accessible to public transport. Residents of Moreland reported type 2 diabetes at a considerably higher rate than the state average, and physical activity was below the recommended guidelines for more than a third of females. The percentage of females reporting fair or poor health was also high. Just over 5% of the population in Moreland reported drinking at levels that could cause short-term harm, almost 50% less than the state average. The percentage of people with severe and profound disability living in the community is above average but the rate of HACC clients 0-69 is one of the lowest in the state. The inpatient separation rate is around average, but the past per annum growth rate and projected per annum growth rate are well below average. The admission rate for ambulatory care sensitive conditions is above average, as is the length of stay. GP attendances are above average. Metro North-West Metro 51 25250 Coburg 8 10 minutes Major Cities of Australia (0.00 / 0.00 / 0.00) 0.032555420044449 0.059667763623883 0.6897072417683 < 1% 0.21806957456337 0.01% 0.01% 11936 10240 27560 16004 10767 2224 78731 12489 10486 28235 15272 8537 1337 76356 24425 20726 55795 31276 19304 3561 155087 0.15749224628757 0.13364111756627 0.35976580886857 0.20166745117257 0.12447207051526 0.022961305589766 1 1.65 70 0.01% 58 0.3598579374896 10 0.31220478990806 9 0.064781662073505 Italy 0.028332935500438 India 0.026727137266816 Greece 0.024246106662616 United Kingdom 0.020115877872534 Lebanon 0.41653456895501 8 0.10295731510504 Italian 0.060387183772424 Arabic 0.057568302287382 Greek 0.022278488276179 Turkish 0.016748316202472 Mandarin 0.076926395720079 7 707.34490963137 13 0.055606198723792 25 0.605644 8 987.1 34 0.69339061221454 35 556.65749580283 38 7.2635291616963 49 3.1775712986904 27 73.424842694746 24 0.963128 68 0.680981 61 0.15719066521886 68 0.479 67 0.331 35 0.783 44 0.045095426205321 49 0.40940965788704 45 0.4650052205467 0.34967632779167 0.15183953720974 34 0.83318497418551 0.16681502581449 1215 28 0.020265413325961 25 0.101 5 0.099542192526602 55 0.23442277279916 51 0.021 69 500500 19 375 14 8.4533197495599 27 0.036194910916266 30 0.071 39 0.15085790685583 7 540.79936952291 78 0.50496917834423 50 15893.7 0.88926553672316 63 0.88826815642458 27 0.89737742303307 73 0.35933019207185 67 0.58097305492385 12 0.57280936029505 66 0.063658099222953 45 0.10377 43 0.069999 6 0.47291 57 0.46649 34 0.490932 73 455.8731550678 408.98756525384 504.2170883755 13.456962866004 57 22.039242489699 23 0.80599921334477 29 1.2573587728178 54 0.65124736438257 18 3.5335005513035 22

Sheet 2 (Data items part 2 )

LGA % persons 18+ who are current smokers RANK persons 18+ who are current smokers % females 18+ who are current smokers RANK females 18+ who are current smokers % males 18+ who are current smokers RANK males 18+ who are current smokers % 15-17 years old who smoke cigarettes RANK 15-17 years old who smoke cigarettes % who support smoking ban in outside seating areas RANK support smoking ban in outside seating areas % at risk of short term harm from alcohol RANK at risk of short term harm from alcohol % who purchased alcohol on past 7 days RANK purchased alcohol in past 7 days % 15-17 years old who drank alcohol in the last 30 days RANK 15-17 years old who drank alcohol in the last 30 days % persons that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines RANK persons that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines % females that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines RANK females that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines % males that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines RANK males that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines % who drink soft drink every day RANK drink soft drink every day % of people who share a meal with family at least 5 times per week. RANK persons who share a meal with their family at least 5 times per week. % persons who do not meet the physical activity guidelines RANK persons who do not meet the physical activity guidelines % females who do not meet the physical activity guidelines RANK females who do not meet the physical activity guidelines % males who do not meet the physical activity guidelines RANK males who do not meet the physical activity guidelines % who sit for at least 7 hours daily RANK persons who sit for at least 7 hours daily % who visit green space at least once per week RANK visist green space at least once per week % adolescents who adopt sun-safe behaviour RANK adolescents who adopt sun-safe behaviour % adolescents who brush teeth twice a day RANK adolescents who brush teeth twice a day % infants fully breastfed at 3 months RANK infants fully breastfed at 3 months % children fully immunised at 24-27 months RANK children fully immunised at 24-27 months % breast screening participation RANK breast screening participation % cervical cancer screening participation RANK cervical cancer screening participation Bowel cancer screening participation RANK bowel cancer screening participation % with need for assistance with core activities RANK need for assistance with core activities % profound disability living in the community RANK profound disability living in the community Disability pension per 1,000 eligible population RANK disability pension per 1,000 eligible population % persons aged 75+ living alone RANK persons aged 75+ living alone % females, 75+ & living alone % males, 75+ & living alone Aged care (high care) places per 1,000 eligible population RANK aged care (high care) places per 1,000 eligible population Aged care (lowcare) places per 1,000 eligible population RANK aged care (low care) places per 1,000 eligible population Age pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population RANK age pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population Male life expectancy RANK male life expectancy Female life expectancy RANK female life expectancy % persons reporting fair or poor health RANK persons reporting fair or poor health % females reporting fair or poor health RANK females reporting fair or poor health % males reporting fair or poor health RANK males reporting fair or poor health % persons who have a high degree of psychological distress RANK persons who have a high degree of psychological distress Percentage of persons sleeping less than 7 hours per day RANK persons sleeping less than 7 hours per day Percentage of persons with adequate work-life balance RANK persons with adequate work-life balance % children who are developmentally vulnerable on one or more domains RANK children who are developmentally vulnerable on one or more domains % children who are developmentally vulnerable on two or more domains RANK children who are developmentally vulnerable on two or more domains % adolescents who report being bullied RANK adolescents who report being bullied % adolescents who report positive psychological development RANK adolescents who report positive psychological development Unintentional injuries treated in hospital per 1,000 population RANK unintentional injuries treated in hospital per 1,000 population Intentional injuries treated in hospital per 1,000 population RANK intentional injuries treated in hospital per 1,000 population % unintentional hospital treated injuries that is due to falls RANK unintentional hospital treated injuries that is due to falls Indirect standardised death rate RANK mortality per 100,000 population total Avoidable deaths 0-74 years, all causes RANK avoidable deaths 0-74 years, all causes Avoidable deaths 0-74 years, cancer RANK avoidable deaths 0-74 years, cancer Avoidable deaths 0-74 years, cardio-vascular RANK avoidable deaths 0-74 years, cardio-vascular Avoidable deaths 0-74 years, respiratory RANK avoidable deaths 0-74 years, respiratory Medicare Local Primary Care Partnership Number of hospitals / health services General Practitioners per 1,000 Population RANK general practitioners per 1,000 population General practitioners sites per 1,000 Population General practitioner sites per 1,000 Population Dental services per 1,000 population RANK dental services per 1,000 population Allied health sites per 1,000 population RANK allied health sites per 1,000 population Pharmacies per 1,000 population RANK pharmacies per 1000 population Number of Schools % Near public transport RANK Near public transport % population with private health insurance RANK population with private health insurance Inpatient separations per 1,000 population RANK inpatient separations per 1,000 population % inpatient separations in private hospital RANK inpatient separations in private hospital Main public hospital attended (2010/11 ) Main public hospital attended - % of total separations RANK main public hospital attended - % of total separations Average length of stay (days), public hospitals RANK average length of stay (days), public hospitals Average length of stay, all hospitals RANK average length of stay, all hospitals Per annum change in separations (2001-02 to 2011-12) RANK per annum change in separations (2001-02 to 2011-12) Projected per annum change in separations (2011-12 to 2021-22) RANK projected per annum change in separations (2011-12 to 2021-22) ACSC rate per 1,000 population RANK ACSC rate per 1,000 population ACSC average bed days RANK ACSC average bed days Emergency Department presentations per 1,000 population RANK Emergency Department presentations per 1,000 population Primary care type presentations at EDs per 1,000 population RANK primary care type presentations at EDs per 1,000 population GP attendances, males per 1,000 population RANK GP attendances, males per 1,000 population GP attendances, females per 1,000 population GP attendances, females per 1,000 population GP attendances, total per 1,000 population RANK GP attendances, total per 1,000 population HACC clients aged 0-69 per 1,000 target population RANK HACC clients aged 0-69 per 1,000 targetpopulation HACC clients aged 70+ per 1,000 target population RANK HACC clients aged 70+ per 1,000 target population Drug and alcohol clients per 1,000 population RANK drug and alcohol clients per 1,000 population Registered mental mealth clients per 1,000 population RANK registered mental mealth clients per 1,000 population
Alpine (S) 0.196913 40 0.198518 31 0.198092 44 NA NA 0.66 61 0.116 37 0.433 14 NA NA 0.484892 44 0.475234 9 0.525658 51 0.099 60 0.717 32 0.260961 41 0.172372 77 0.310494 15 0.203 70 0.463 46 NA NA NA NA 0.60176991150442 18 0.85714285714286 76 0.41348146666667 76 0.673 7 0.44177215189873 4 0.059531126525595 28 0.04199629691971 35 67.77316735823 38 0.36256684491979 52 0.74336283185841 0.25663716814159 59.350503919373 4 33.594624860022 74 745.42056074766 38 78.466914374481 49 84.754398409925 18 0.189998 29 0.254004 3 0.134047 70 0.091857 66 0.264 64 0.446 65 0.14516129032258 66 0.080645161290323 54 NA NA NA NA 47.17838552425 60 1.7351069982649 74 0.37653239929947 37 5.7 53 161.7 53 58.4 60 40.2 47 14.7 9 Hume Central Hume Primary Care Partnership 3 1.65 7 1.24 9 0.08 67 1.07 8 0.25 27 11 0.031255061715865 77 0.396 43 393.78666446336 66 0.1418380193034 69 Northeast Health Wangaratta 0.28924205378973 68 3.58 10 3.48 6 0.02% 59 0.02% 52 30.984053540445 51 6.36 9 132.69437329588 66 50.235478806907 69 3874.4516121358 53 5260.7810118084 58 4557.2514537922 56 197.96665531889 48 409.56574498609 37 3.3875898537553 65 16.772700983227 12
Ararat (RC) 0.208768 28 0.236098 9 0.171347 59 NA NA 0.618 76 0.1 55 0.333 54 NA NA 0.576075 2 0.522823 3 0.555123 43 0.13 36 0.784 3 0.281661 28 0.298957 16 0.259883 38 0.152 79 0.452 51 NA NA NA NA 0.52713178294574 44 0.95454545454545 24 0.51859296450636 59 0.486 78 0.40590979782271 24 0.071013931888545 7 0.051050514081359 12 102.87465343645 8 0.39770114942529 28 0.72832369942197 0.27167630057803 29.596977329975 71 59.19395465995 8 746.87365243639 36 76.789569240166 74 82.020121505323 77 0.211998 14 0.176309 34 0.219628 20 0.099339 58 0.287 51 0.482 50 0.20338983050847 38 0.076271186440678 59 NA NA NA NA 31.424271930601 74 2.4785341241037 57 0.39154929577465 28 8 1 203.5 10 61 50 44.8 34 20.5 1 Grampians Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership 2 1.06 49 0.62 34 0.18 37 0.89 17 0.62 4 13 0.51447883695096 39 0.363 55 462.42365229707 35 0.19467840735069 59 East Grampians Health Service [Ararat] 0.65272165438555 18 3.40 15 3.27 13 0.02% 58 0.02% 31 36.823935558113 30 6.43 7 63.64521554395 78 23.191997875542 76 3306.7210760166 74 4829.7419187039 71 4043.7859978602 72 410.70965186215 12 408.22050245693 38 11.330441710189 4 20.005311144552 7
Ballarat (C) 0.236388 11 0.227085 12 0.242648 18 0.1093074 31 0.715 24 0.115 39 0.4 23 0.5718254 7 0.549718 8 0.514344 6 0.593648 22 0.139 27 0.714 36 0.244215 51 0.277146 30 0.214934 57 0.287 33 0.492 34 0.0207706 27 0.6553835 21 0.46572280178838 57 0.94721407624633 31 0.59765058952372 20 0.548 69 0.43707559981892 6 0.059539842873176 27 0.044276654224998 27 86.458076701979 21 0.42519124710906 8 0.7744769874477 0.2255230125523 42.840259996061 32 29.938940319086 78 764.5125958379 20 77.700080762889 63 82.657807216083 73 0.195012 24 0.173987 39 0.227484 14 0.13517 17 0.288 50 0.507 37 0.20615384615385 35 0.099487179487179 39 0.4896889 4 0.5449901 31 119.21226856968 6 8.6204174429253 2 0.30363764788981 73 6.7 7 194.3 14 62.1 43 56 8 12.8 13 Grampians Central Highlands Primary Care Partnership 4 1.21 30 0.49 53 0.17 38 0.63 41 0.16 61 47 0.69388201294466 28 0.387 46 477.52270885303 27 0.38588873214601 22 Ballarat Health Services [Base Campus] 0.85406123254729 6 3.20 30 3.03 23 0.05% 14 0.03% 22 37.049901586199 28 5.41 34 414.13790562801 9 242.60317660804 8 3893.909563937 51 5367.5254726136 52 4648.1037131016 50 163.49370027894 63 319.74287663961 56 5.5995873988232 29 14.756807393139 19
Banyule (C) 0.180394 51 0.153531 54 0.206584 39 0.1777129 19 0.697 38 0.106 48 0.431 15 0.4636913 27 0.416417 74 0.351733 71 0.474673 71 0.061 77 0.618 72 0.270449 34 0.274179 36 0.260217 37 0.346 14 0.566 13 0.0438833 3 0.6750486 15 0.58687943262411 21 0.92628992628993 51 0.54989351548134 48 0.661 13 0.42301184433164 13 0.049536503129594 53 0.036152012577553 56 46.532231899973 61 0.35135135135135 58 0.76580350342727 0.23419649657273 52.044884098627 15 40.676214380629 62 645.61881687866 66 80.602395924631 12 84.245057363854 28 0.158184 63 0.175138 36 0.153235 63 0.124427 24 0.343 16 0.51 35 0.14634146341463 63 0.073170731707317 64 0.4213897 22 0.6318695 11 57.903228434999 40 3.5527452290543 37 0.43709541232761 9 5.3 65 136.8 68 55 69 30.5 69 9.7 34 Northern Melbourne North East Primary Care Partnership 10 1.17 35 0.79 16 0.38 7 0.90 16 0.30 14 43 0.90166257536414 18 0.597 8 455.93292156256 41 0.42458849391454 18 Austin Hospital 0.46008820971549 42 3.38 16 2.95 32 0.04% 32 0.02% 47 29.652385065432 58 4.91 56 247.1276543733 37 92.240999983703 43 4402.2850170711 35 6170.6779590831 28 5294.1161034686 30 177.80081492857 53 359.49330296091 49 3.9683186388749 55 8.979645051417 59
Bass Coast (S) 0.194213 44 0.279962 3 0.163409 68 NA NA 0.647 68 0.172 3 0.336 53 NA NA 0.479119 47 0.363948 68 0.515401 57 0.154 20 0.654 62 0.202997 73 0.190342 76 0.183883 70 0.213 64 0.594 11 NA NA NA NA 0.46417445482866 58 0.94871794871795 30 0.51509978679882 63 0.581 51 0.4271954674221 10 0.064083724597685 17 0.049029208171535 17 89.630225080386 15 0.39968528717545 23 0.68405511811024 0.31594488188976 28.10992238305 73 53.282987203692 21 754.94946698048 30 79.446064883068 29 84.39546696069 23 0.159688 60 0.129695 64 0.186521 40 0.16378 5 0.279 58 0.483 49 0.22442244224422 28 0.12052117263844 24 NA NA NA NA 107.94697575273 10 4.396482813749 25 0.34186979327368 61 6 36 165.9 46 68.2 18 35.1 64 7.8 51 Gippsland South Coast Health Services Consortium 1 1.47 13 0.60 40 0.13 52 0.80 22 0.27 19 12 0.37244564439934 50 0.34 66 487.64321875833 22 0.25080254081005 46 Bass Coast Regional Health 0.55337770079314 28 3.08 40 3.05 20 0.04% 26 0.03% 11 36.903810285105 29 5.27 42 443.34532374101 6 203.97015720757 13 4506.0868289434 29 6279.9970557577 24 5398.0281461298 27 424.2572710222 11 560.94579320012 10 9.9920063948841 8 13.256061817213 25
Baw Baw (S) 0.175935 56 0.144788 59 0.225433 32 NA NA 0.718 21 0.11 44 0.343 52 NA NA 0.489811 42 0.423515 43 0.569579 34 0.097 65 0.753 13 0.296508 15 0.243625 53 0.351261 5 0.238 49 0.45 53 NA NA NA NA 0.52272727272727 45 0.93670886075949 39 0.58517779668298 21 0.616 33 0.42725679228747 9 0.051443824314487 47 0.040106390424862 47 65.133669844831 42 0.37982998454405 42 0.74567650050865 0.25432349949135 32.231574625334 66 42.701703962225 56 737.87326037022 41 78.462097133303 50 83.800397892789 42 0.150738 66 0.122667 68 0.172619 50 0.103466 49 0.231 74 0.458 61 0.22466960352423 27 0.1030701754386 37 NA NA NA NA 103.51022664456 14 4.2611018979178 28 0.31375166889186 68 6 36 176.5 35 67.9 19 42.4 41 10.2 30 Gippsland Central West Gippsland Primary Care Partnership 2 1.24 25 0.58 44 0.12 56 0.60 42 0.16 59 38 0.22147690352478 59 0.437 29 393.88704625023 65 0.25057014209695 47 West Gippsland Healthcare Group [Warragul] 0.66830524344569 17 3.00 52 2.94 34 0.04% 28 0.03% 23 30.011977151281 55 5.74 20 406.64731896075 10 206.42159572508 12 4488.9802498883 30 6423.0842844758 22 5470.6920366616 23 234.08087997458 32 441.72552093766 24 4.8599594619495 47 9.4435231251152 53
Bayside (C) 0.131584 76 0.150408 56 0.115528 78 0.1244132 29 0.745 8 0.135 21 0.465 8 0.6002808 4 0.425605 70 0.336824 75 0.522028 52 0.069 75 0.607 74 0.201377 74 0.211419 70 0.192853 68 0.398 10 0.716 4 0.0350813 7 0.801727 1 0.65398230088496 5 0.93602693602694 40 0.55702178439915 43 0.737 1 0.3756305781917 50 0.041959798994975 68 0.026912520693561 73 27.878031504031 74 0.39860967312528 26 0.77588126159555 0.22411873840445 57.605017743666 7 47.206404225468 40 439.98158591322 76 80.906836950711 10 85.257429008091 10 0.123365 77 0.123153 67 0.130793 72 0.059826 78 0.248 72 0.59 8 0.10540301151461 77 0.041666666666667 76 0.2949682 33 0.8037095 1 74.910770959719 24 2.9136013152829 51 0.47423253229615 3 5.1 68 123.1 73 50.7 73 30.2 71 3.5 71 Bayside Kingston - Bayside Primary Care Partnership 5 1.80 4 0.73 23 0.43 4 0.92 14 0.31 11 28 0.96586371250665 13 0.709 2 510.75431056909 15 0.61712574362318 3 Sandringham & District Memorial Hospital 0.37498004576172 52 3.21 28 2.86 48 0.03% 33 0.02% 39 33.350329341006 40 4.68 64 231.41278446634 42 103.0270236522 36 3861.1410654074 54 5396.6399859802 51 4649.0313509415 49 120.12104613803 77 426.37449982599 31 3.3506415125753 66 6.6908773061675 72
Benalla (RC) 0.174198 59 0.179737 45 0.16685 64 NA NA 0.698 36 0.093 62 0.317 63 NA NA 0.449586 60 0.421498 44 0.49922 63 0.136 29 0.739 18 0.281876 27 0.274685 35 0.273909 30 0.216 61 0.443 57 NA NA NA NA 0.44444444444444 68 0.86363636363636 75 0.56200331382979 37 0.663 12 0.41496598639456 20 0.063824937314794 18 0.046837205893132 21 96.620714895694 13 0.38759689922481 37 0.74222222222222 0.25777777777778 34.531693472091 58 44.938505203406 47 734.76222371065 43 78.419512197097 52 83.232586411649 60 0.21897 10 0.199799 23 0.223623 17 0.100509 53 0.317 32 0.423 72 0.22142857142857 31 0.1 38 NA NA NA NA 50.094517958412 54 3.3444816053512 41 0.40638606676343 20 6.3 22 164.1 48 58.2 61 51.3 13 12 18 Hume Central Hume Primary Care Partnership 1 1.03 51 0.73 26 0.22 28 1.02 10 0.22 34 13 0.41533693176728 45 0.393 44 507.48873055111 17 0.12335243553009 72 Benalla Health 0.53865010622651 31 2.95 56 2.94 36 0.02% 63 0.01% 65 39.624836411226 23 5.72 22 143.88541515196 65 61.218554602298 58 3746.4696096053 59 5178.3693295498 63 4475.9265640873 62 177.59843923193 54 407.2615674895 40 7.7068489166788 19 21.30289370365 6
Boroondara (C) 0.136133 72 0.09056 78 0.1803 56 0.2383673 10 0.714 25 0.062 71 0.447 11 0.5354304 14 0.42409 71 0.342392 72 0.499808 62 0.043 79 0.634 68 0.276519 32 0.252902 45 0.293538 22 0.459 2 0.654 7 0.0367014 5 0.7371865 3 0.64580941446613 7 0.92543859649123 54 0.56154885101037 38 0.685 6 0.38386546429442 43 0.038195421786119 73 0.023803092077572 77 21.121939795716 79 0.38907148726376 35 0.79012671594509 0.20987328405491 55.60264451602 10 56.33723229926 16 403.65159658552 79 82.201803971448 3 85.786025404938 5 0.127996 76 0.102187 78 0.152004 64 0.051372 79 0.233 73 0.638 3 0.10753821823933 75 0.044525929806181 75 0.435262 18 0.6199985 12 37.639823040679 72 2.06212758815 66 0.45357541009715 5 4.9 73 106.1 79 48.6 76 25.7 75 3.5 71 Inner East Melbourne Inner East Primary Care Partnership 13 1.64 8 0.70 27 0.41 5 0.87 18 0.23 30 58 1 1 0.719 1 407.91761080939 62 0.67734540324477 1 Box Hill Hospital 0.29905265075606 66 3.88 5 3.03 21 0.03% 48 0.02% 58 23.462695872148 74 5.19 45 127.25245477107 70 50.660000719347 68 3653.8070427973 67 5008.2428024072 68 4344.0717053832 66 151.07939574948 69 400.38479261058 42 2.7634907503986 74 6.5640398518146 73
Brimbank (C) 0.220037 23 0.128617 66 0.303256 5 0.2655299 5 0.713 27 0.047 79 0.243 77 0.5064616 19 0.434408 67 0.394418 56 0.480484 69 0.122 41 0.628 69 0.31252 6 0.301021 15 0.310996 14 0.249 41 0.365 76 0.0287277 21 0.6412813 24 0.38506803972049 78 0.9218523878437 59 0.48975582627344 72 0.564 63 0.32760569749039 74 0.062183046863523 24 0.052234681201534 6 63.746697806195 44 0.26957330852054 76 0.74063116370809 0.25936883629191 42.900636590091 31 30.584002214226 77 834.46260130198 3 79.155558581813 38 83.723253543126 48 0.25527 1 0.277836 1 0.22401 16 0.167168 3 0.362 12 0.604 6 0.26902038786673 10 0.12375745526839 23 0.4126986 24 0.5934627 19 54.46819199933 49 4.9821021121601 15 0.3837432744043 35 5.8 51 163.9 49 64.6 34 44.5 35 6.8 61 Macedon Ranges and North Western Melbourne HealthWest (a) - Brimbank, Melton PCP 4 0.84 69 0.42 63 0.10 64 0.30 72 0.18 54 59 0.85745975257593 21 0.321 75 420.67886374579 55 0.24390122535299 49 Sunshine Hospital 0.47129765214959 39 2.90 61 2.65 70 0.03% 36 0.04% 9 31.101505097235 49 5.51 27 266.31219777689 29 113.58878817693 29 5758.7530051109 4 7616.0230104576 4 6679.9333049347 3 150.4721404958 70 211.96945008973 74 5.2385338385213 38 9.6188063888133 50
Buloke (S) 0.232273 14 0.174681 49 0.254604 16 NA NA 0.656 64 0.095 60 0.296 67 NA NA 0.510459 26 0.437054 31 0.634715 5 0.12 43 0.744 15 0.260478 43 0.323236 7 0.186728 69 0.16 78 0.499 31 NA NA NA NA 0.55 35 0.85714285714286 76 0.67247815469613 1 0.582 48 0.4219512195122 14 0.069473684210526 8 0.05133020344288 10 98.432774264504 10 0.42168674698795 10 0.675 0.325 36.051502145923 52 36.051502145923 69 711.19592875318 53 76.939019672808 71 83.781548691019 44 0.159112 62 0.149026 52 0.142612 66 0.066507 76 0.258 67 0.473 53 0.24193548387097 16 0.12903225806452 18 NA NA NA NA 62.98359640978 32 0.46425255338904 79 0.36609336609337 50 6.7 7 179.8 28 55.3 67 45.4 32 14.6 10 Loddon - Mallee - Murray Southern Mallee Primary Care Partnership 5 1.19 32 1.70 3 0.15 45 1.08 7 0.77 3 10 0.070845669216811 74 0.337 70 505.7257814918 18 0.26009791921665 42 Bendigo Hospital, The 0.23076923076923 79 3.91 4 3.67 4 0.01% 69 0.02% 34 53.079541937481 3 6.30 11 170.22593624265 58 69.792633859486 53 5050.6780574012 13 6704.0703684284 13 5879.0306588757 12 301.1086334177 20 662.85006332566 4 2.3212627669452 75 8.5112968121325 61
Campaspe (S) 0.234434 13 0.204048 26 0.260389 14 NA NA 0.658 62 0.126078 26 0.346 50 NA NA 0.572141 3 0.517123 4 0.640432 4 0.169 14 0.735 23 0.301095 11 0.28817 24 0.313916 13 0.185 75 0.354 77 NA NA NA NA 0.44827586206897 65 0.97637795275591 10 0.57047902906333 28 0.575 55 0.40981308411215 22 0.062204133471885 23 0.045189504373178 25 81.48897989233 25 0.38639817629179 39 0.72369714847591 0.27630285152409 36.301644604894 51 53.349378259126 20 770.81319895071 17 79.451254163387 28 82.806963141119 71 0.186752 34 0.202828 19 0.17804 48 0.129658 20 0.338 18 0.471 54 0.21710526315789 32 0.10526315789474 34 NA NA NA NA 85.367516705305 19 3.054684303832 47 0.32428115015974 67 6.9 6 172 39 55.1 68 47.7 24 11.4 25 Loddon - Mallee - Murray Campaspe Primary Care Partnership 4 1.28 23 0.57 45 0.16 42 1.01 11 0.30 15 26 0.23292621458269 57 0.361 57 514.65975726169 13 0.16142024377318 65 Echuca Regional Health 0.37259858442872 53 3.03 45 3.01 24 0.03% 38 0.02% 56 40.883676530751 17 5.25 43 385.84481112778 16 208.42765580254 10 3898.7318826928 50 5358.5054678262 53 4625.5350971856 52 317.41804903005 18 433.57465392873 26 6.6821219146325 24 11.209600436383 41
Cardinia (S) 0.190437 46 0.177097 46 0.190742 51 0.1876333 17 0.707 30 0.103996 52 0.329 55 0.5647287 9 0.504996 33 0.460684 17 0.521625 54 0.175 12 0.728 26 0.304009 10 0.336723 6 0.281184 27 0.335 17 0.405 69 0.0314662 15 0.6440843 23 0.47355371900826 56 0.90683229813665 69 0.53853005850061 52 0.58 52 0.3698465242251 51 0.040072782667569 70 0.032071071327465 65 41.63420933951 65 0.31254752851711 69 0.71897810218978 0.28102189781022 36.769020144729 49 43.809896342656 50 751.72163827474 34 80.343141994298 15 83.754672176444 45 0.145189 71 0.146836 53 0.171997 52 0.113239 37 0.357 14 0.552 20 0.17391304347826 55 0.072463768115942 65 0.4645662 11 0.5678213 26 65.208473925873 29 2.1965516785095 64 0.34517045454545 60 5.9 43 149.1 61 62.1 43 36.4 55 7.4 55 South Eastern Melbourne South East Healthy Communities Partnership 1 0.72 72 0.32 73 0.07 69 0.33 69 0.15 65 31 0.40981578835657 47 0.463 23 413.2957537745 60 0.36521098802587 24 Casey Hospital 0.33308115196449 61 2.81 70 2.64 71 0.09% 3 0.05% 4 29.124158098792 61 4.44 70 289.07149378746 22 129.35836872957 23 4572.9781884672 24 6551.3214965996 19 5564.5316084533 18 217.09806707026 41 284.08632362991 69 5.0944120254588 41 6.4837971233112 74
Casey (C) 0.200845 35 0.218363 19 0.188121 52 0.1545678 24 0.678 48 0.107357 47 0.297 66 0.421117 30 0.519408 22 0.465409 14 0.589023 25 0.154 20 0.678 46 0.312431 7 0.254195 44 0.362701 4 0.327 20 0.419 63 0.0287335 20 0.6196984 28 0.48353221957041 52 0.96113074204947 16 0.52524098512011 58 0.576 54 0.3370280255925 68 0.042407298654249 66 0.034459668280622 62 49.387630305233 57 0.2820049089265 75 0.74026568941823 0.25973431058177 59.188020396308 6 41.889885754857 58 772.11840582107 15 80.118625225167 18 84.026120670367 36 0.233914 5 0.186653 26 0.256856 9 0.123478 25 0.363 11 0.505 38 0.25952655889145 12 0.12963495257258 17 0.48154 6 0.5887465 20 44.588408780203 64 2.3924363681049 60 0.3666350874171 49 5.9 43 157.1 55 61.5 47 41.3 45 9.2 40 South Eastern Melbourne South East Healthy Communities Partnership 6 0.99 56 0.34 71 0.12 55 0.25 74 0.10 74 73 0.63042412070783 31 0.405 41 414.18334587794 59 0.34378563812526 26 Casey Hospital 0.28905278625523 69 2.69 76 2.51 78 0.08% 4 0.04% 7 32.215326953503 43 4.33 72 257.59972965085 31 106.71111042841 33 5632.9111434213 5 7635.6317987224 3 6641.1902359955 4 176.32210274383 55 186.27844627064 76 3.5214512833904 64 6.052134375816 75
Central Goldfields (S) 0.216336 24 0.222031 17 0.218153 36 NA NA 0.634 73 0.131204 23 0.322 57 NA NA 0.497592 37 0.374783 63 0.596463 21 0.134 32 0.702 40 0.217404 61 0.28157 27 0.164676 74 0.214 62 0.47 43 NA NA NA NA 0.38509316770186 77 0.97222222222222 13 0.54190683315335 50 0.524 73 0.38078291814947 45 0.089842440496145 2 0.06944 1 164.23766816143 1 0.39983235540654 22 0.67924528301887 0.32075471698113 27.347310847767 74 46.034639927074 45 880.92229943146 1 77.512139499246 64 82.210093473328 76 0.249609 3 0.229021 9 0.281574 2 0.163784 4 0.33 24 0.451 64 0.35714285714286 1 0.17857142857143 4 NA NA NA NA 41.43096167636 69 2.5495976416222 54 0.42307692307692 13 7.6 3 229 1 61.2 49 75.5 1 19.7 2 Grampians Central Victorian Health Alliance 2 0.93 64 0.88 14 0.40 6 0.72 30 0.16 60 8 0.47483692891849 41 0.289 79 610.94733487372 3 0.15258215962441 68 Maryborough District Health Service [Maryborough] 0.55817174515235 26 2.92 60 2.93 38 0.03% 41 0.01% 64 41.43096167636 16 6.49 6 91.546490319496 74 26.691100310732 74 5244.3683933556 8 6941.6696633627 10 6097.3316244263 9 238.27605758044 30 393.08270191477 44 9.879690861286 9 13.226037765915 26
Colac-Otway (S) 0.214964 25 0.219313 18 0.232524 26 NA NA 0.686 44 0.117 35 0.487 4 NA NA 0.520784 21 0.425852 41 0.593304 23 0.198 2 0.663 56 0.260895 42 0.280211 28 0.176136 71 0.235 51 0.469 44 NA NA NA NA 0.56766917293233 27 0.98076923076923 6 0.5994618405267 18 0.669 9 0.38937282229965 40 0.063196835020295 20 0.041836684528784 37 89.578501159722 16 0.41627118644068 12 0.76384364820847 0.23615635179153 45.905251560779 20 62.063900110173 6 722.90076335878 48 78.316358161345 54 83.749532112835 46 0.17407 41 0.160431 48 0.138364 68 0.086794 71 0.287 51 0.568 14 0.23651452282158 19 0.12863070539419 19 NA NA NA NA 23.714646710079 79 1.4092720380989 77 0.39344262295082 25 6.7 7 179.3 30 58.9 59 40.9 46 11.1 27 Barwon G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar 2 1.13 39 0.39 67 0.15 48 0.73 27 0.19 45 17 0.41160428422661 46 0.366 53 412.09058217514 61 0.19469339622642 58 Colac Area Health 0.63596427002489 20 3.13 33 2.99 29 0.01% 76 0.02% 54 29.351734862474 59 4.69 63 47.283506657595 79 13.120808630576 79 3826.6887272304 55 5197.3996850745 61 4497.0498019908 59 340.25238306543 16 455.32650363025 22 9.2331616289241 13 11.565749829915 34
Corangamite (S) 0.143282 70 0.132703 65 0.150759 70 NA NA 0.697 38 0.164 8 0.318 62 NA NA 0.49952 36 0.40876 48 0.585133 26 0.125 38 0.783 4 0.204531 71 0.214837 67 0.193594 67 0.165 76 0.419 63 NA NA NA NA 0.56363636363636 29 0.98076923076923 6 0.51749166713092 61 0.568 60 0.36737089201878 54 0.057041450120421 35 0.041106767652089 41 72.375232967488 32 0.4023178807947 20 0.69753086419753 0.30246913580247 36.851683348499 47 56.414922656961 15 670.33658383139 62 76.965947833781 70 82.687036766722 72 0.19191 26 0.16995 43 0.201937 29 0.077531 75 0.338 18 0.595 7 0.18556701030928 50 0.087628865979381 49 NA NA NA NA 56.349975763451 41 2.2418807561803 62 0.39247311827957 26 6.7 7 201.9 11 57.2 63 61.3 5 16.9 7 Great South Coast South West Primary Care Partnership 4 1.09 47 0.91 12 0.24 21 1.03 9 0.30 13 14 0.090134216269152 69 0.42 33 504.66553562773 19 0.19882338816184 56 South West Healthcare [Warrnambool] 0.25790499025925 74 3.12 36 2.99 30 0.01% 73 0.01% 67 50.714978187106 7 4.70 62 127.1206980126 71 43.019873969947 71 3717.8667630294 60 5028.7263251678 67 4366.4092733473 65 278.78465138265 22 535.17696128878 12 3.7566650508968 57 25.569558894813 5
Darebin (C) 0.235036 12 0.192607 37 0.273476 12 0.1418697 25 0.665 57 0.112 42 0.351 48 0.529 16 0.49389 41 0.413936 47 0.581287 29 0.064 76 0.661 57 0.262544 39 0.296518 18 0.214016 58 0.402 8 0.479 40 0.0348495 8 0.6573095 19 0.57904411764706 22 0.92243186582809 57 0.50330095335166 70 0.599 40 0.33852074966533 67 0.062938210810177 22 0.050075472251125 15 61.818515947237 45 0.3486777668952 60 0.73064918851436 0.26935081148564 34.834645669291 55 43.464566929134 53 778.76022951745 11 79.033212677786 41 84.217664104869 29 0.211908 15 0.17055 42 0.271238 6 0.121501 27 0.353 15 0.571 12 0.20436817472699 37 0.10350194552529 36 0.4282269 20 0.607873 17 54.279063590038 51 4.3199563810229 27 0.41030264005151 16 5.6 57 170.1 43 64.2 36 43 39 7.8 51 Northern Melbourne North East Primary Care Partnership 4 1.02 52 0.52 50 0.15 47 0.47 62 0.25 23 43 0.99685981366817 6 0.414 36 468.23294211398 32 0.28463513674907 36 Austin Hospital 0.34446345840811 59 3.08 41 2.90 42 0.02% 51 0.01% 60 34.776347889303 36 5.90 16 272.95413716211 27 106.65678715477 34 5128.1281244638 11 6581.679535646 16 5864.3903072619 13 145.39648655894 72 297.15261077235 63 5.0609197732372 43 11.42202059319 38
East Gippsland (S) 0.221216 22 0.176425 47 0.290414 7 NA NA 0.717 22 0.149 12 0.386 30 NA NA 0.473791 50 0.514241 7 0.442102 75 0.112 46 0.737 21 0.294368 17 0.385946 1 0.218342 56 0.224 57 0.556 18 NA NA NA NA 0.5 50 0.97457627118644 12 0.61468321618339 9 0.613 36 0.45652173913043 2 0.067818520820385 11 0.051597459233978 8 105.56567496458 7 0.37020187659937 47 0.69662058371736 0.30337941628264 45.810551204374 21 39.308408452786 65 771.65432098765 16 78.424782146683 51 83.322596406174 59 0.207931 18 0.221269 11 0.203968 27 0.162091 6 0.321 30 0.453 63 0.28083989501312 7 0.17322834645669 5 NA NA NA NA 96.277428551399 16 5.5850255882972 12 0.34563106796117 59 6.6 17 186.3 18 68.3 17 51.5 11 12.4 17 Gippsland East Gippsland Primary Care Partnership 3 1.13 40 0.75 20 0.19 33 0.72 29 0.16 58 37 0.1968536271983 61 0.337 70 590.44703573014 4 0.11180591285075 76 Bairnsdale Regional Health Service 0.6262365208092 22 2.70 75 2.71 66 0.07% 6 0.02% 50 40.076648049915 20 5.18 46 391.60610380202 15 202.69670273176 14 3552.0664569143 69 4872.7616172514 70 4220.96082241 69 483.46801567606 6 419.0413070533 33 9.2304816208258 14 14.231299511602 20
Frankston (C) 0.241165 8 0.233338 10 0.241549 19 0.1916701 13 0.745 8 0.122 28 0.408 20 0.5007614 22 0.528811 17 0.467157 13 0.597742 19 0.111 48 0.635 67 0.288136 21 0.27545 34 0.308619 16 0.336 16 0.42 62 0.0117461 31 0.5642496 33 0.42758620689655 70 0.93868921775899 35 0.51387108441603 64 0.571 56 0.33025918269995 72 0.048029350805643 57 0.038597795315441 53 65.297918833331 41 0.37995662949195 41 0.7358336730534 0.2641663269466 39.522134031585 41 35.594468537763 70 753.25243249153 31 79.304770490876 33 84.015951891416 37 0.231594 7 0.176236 35 0.278639 4 0.139691 14 0.383 6 0.518 31 0.25125268432355 14 0.14674302075877 10 0.4473514 15 0.5542132 29 66.617969320672 28 6.8048133481988 9 0.36703601108033 47 6.1 29 176.6 34 72.6 11 38.1 50 11.8 22 Frankston - Mornington Peninsula Frankston-Mornington Peninsula Primary Care Partnership 8 1.04 50 0.47 57 0.16 44 0.48 61 0.18 55 42 0.73673324014958 26 0.434 30 513.92103340894 14 0.37445764385529 23 Frankston Hospital 0.67180100454437 16 3.15 32 2.80 60 0.04% 19 0.02% 46 36.300026911691 31 4.97 53 261.56626042828 30 70.962285187036 52 4803.915396406 17 6714.0477672126 12 5771.5676955348 15 218.43250751289 37 302.07230038965 60 6.4664949444466 27 12.356310791588 30
Gannawarra (S) 0.231683 16 0.186777 39 0.304812 4 NA NA 0.685 46 0.139 18 0.379 34 NA NA 0.603187 1 0.467177 12 0.699794 1 0.142 24 0.811 1 0.260969 40 0.291405 22 0.256714 41 0.211 67 0.405 69 NA NA NA NA 0.52238805970149 46 0.9375 37 0.6614481409002 2 0.559 66 0.40601503759398 23 0.065535460272302 16 0.047756874095514 20 91.861263736264 14 0.41354903943377 15 0.68459657701711 0.31540342298289 28.396436525612 72 53.452115812918 19 752.91828793774 33 78.47333864588 48 84.637045468431 20 0.168625 50 0.200116 22 0.16568 56 0.113609 36 0.301 38 0.525 29 0.18666666666667 49 0.093333333333333 43 NA NA NA NA 44.92878309913 63 1.6250836440111 75 0.36808510638298 44 6.7 7 179.4 29 74.3 7 27.5 73 12 18 Loddon - Mallee - Murray Southern Mallee Primary Care Partnership 2 1.24 27 1.05 11 0.29 14 1.15 6 0.48 7 14 0.093940135620593 67 0.357 61 530.06404741421 11 0.1785392245266 64 Kerang District Health 0.33040614709111 63 2.90 62 2.85 51 0.02% 60 0.01% 69 51.237931364114 6 4.02 77 111.65280565911 73 50.951151897524 67 3368.1427360078 73 4591.4716550754 74 3966.3775436156 73 497.6917936479 4 714.78584013527 3 16.919988528821 1 9.3681292419463 54
Glen Eira (C) 0.149054 68 0.114624 69 0.183022 55 0.1292512 26 0.729 14 0.069 70 0.384 31 0.5040675 21 0.469655 52 0.380748 60 0.576204 32 0.102 57 0.59 77 0.277434 31 0.295523 20 0.261595 35 0.407 7 0.588 12 0.0327072 12 0.6264138 26 0.64119977362762 8 0.92413793103448 55 0.54163565297274 51 0.661 13 0.33227530905446 71 0.044627847777013 62 0.031660013586023 67 32.84539671765 73 0.40723830734967 18 0.76018594476347 0.23981405523653 44.962257958648 22 40.892681325894 61 578.24997590826 74 81.242965822416 8 85.598729410651 8 0.171042 45 0.161055 47 0.183327 43 0.093229 64 0.29 48 0.555 18 0.14571657325861 64 0.05267358339984 72 0.3519365 31 0.5565376 28 42.612273381504 68 2.0499251268482 67 0.44387581030365 6 4.9 73 142.9 67 61.4 48 34.6 65 4.8 66 Bayside Inner South East Partnership in Community & Health 10 1.17 34 0.65 30 0.25 19 0.70 32 0.23 31 39 1 1 0.655 5 459.13234374773 38 0.57150773420307 5 Alfred, The [Prahran] 0.35142624889152 57 3.50 12 3.00 27 0.03% 44 0.02% 53 28.655336347644 63 5.79 19 170.30370876525 57 66.731605193144 55 4282.9600969827 37 5774.355774775 41 5033.2767114662 41 172.6629867889 56 450.69601785294 23 3.5546574008112 62 7.8653155576232 67
Glenelg (S) 0.20627 29 0.232231 11 0.183992 54 NA NA 0.713 27 0.14 17 0.388 27 NA NA 0.495555 40 0.457691 18 0.554248 44 0.105 52 0.678 46 0.316466 5 0.241227 56 0.372293 2 0.202 71 0.46 48 NA NA NA NA 0.45918367346939 62 0.91071428571429 66 0.57933455052395 25 0.563 65 0.40434782608696 29 0.063382171416304 19 0.046169560776302 24 86.952985196031 19 0.43178170144462 7 0.66728624535316 0.33271375464684 59.286898839138 5 51.824212271973 25 755.38548752834 29 76.924596076158 73 81.535620768672 79 0.173993 42 0.162742 46 0.191991 37 0.119747 29 0.329 27 0.49 46 0.15139442231076 62 0.087649402390438 48 NA NA NA NA 29.985385274404 76 1.9150330091216 72 0.3546218487395 55 6.3 22 213 5 65.7 30 58.8 6 12.8 13 Great South Coast Southern Grampians-Glenelg Primary Care Partnership 3 1.21 29 0.91 13 0.30 10 0.71 31 0.20 42 18 0.33687436208758 51 0.339 67 442.72539434561 49 0.093227091633466 77 Portland District Health 0.52924930956565 34 3.09 39 3.09 17 0.01% 75 0.01% 70 47.775034017034 9 4.90 57 65.564682759663 77 22.224462026911 77 4463.8894437343 33 6043.0124346351 34 5236.1490406722 34 438.69589916769 9 428.97527712448 29 10.583077155672 7 26.407297283677 3
Golden Plains (S) 0.167027 63 0.103214 73 0.22543 33 NA NA 0.699 34 0.104 50 0.42 17 NA NA 0.509654 28 0.415898 46 0.583819 27 0.157 18 0.737 21 0.216201 63 0.214354 68 0.209549 61 0.249 41 0.417 65 NA NA NA NA 0.48672566371681 51 0.96341463414634 15 0.61447614150702 10 0.629 27 0.42189054726368 15 0.046877597384607 59 0.038848920863309 51 55.08578934406 51 0.30615942028986 70 0.65680473372781 0.34319526627219 38.461538461538 44 51.282051282051 27 766.31477927063 19 80.887694925828 11 84.951202182957 13 0.147952 67 0.118045 72 0.172026 51 0.104177 47 0.38 7 0.513 32 0.14339622641509 67 0.078358208955224 58 NA NA NA NA 95.099645821219 17 4.5990379024158 21 0.29516397998888 76 5.9 43 171.9 40 73 10 37.2 53 9.7 34 Barwon Central Highlands Primary Care Partnership 0 0.47 78 0.21 77 0.00 73 0.32 71 0.05 79 12 0.024099902973345 79 0.45 26 384.09895860866 68 0.35975777594275 25 Geelong Hospital 0.4438950988822 45 2.58 77 2.55 77 0.04% 20 0.03% 13 26.48411481736 67 4.11 75 295.60712586562 21 153.77702595549 18 3446.1213646156 72 5031.7227106473 66 4216.2185146033 70 358.62776650666 14 286.37189488148 67 2.9074377544008 72 7.5593381614421 69
Greater Bendigo (C) 0.196143 41 0.181638 42 0.208232 38 NA NA 0.751 5 0.116 37 0.359 44 NA NA 0.560574 5 0.527237 1 0.6066 13 0.19 6 0.726 28 0.310865 8 0.307959 12 0.323873 9 0.32 24 0.464 45 NA NA NA NA 0.47982708933718 53 0.95833333333333 18 0.61113290743221 12 0.584 45 0.41696989745286 19 0.057519816437213 33 0.044149803204389 28 84.762082246242 22 0.39132561552258 33 0.73291666666667 0.26708333333333 41.106719367589 37 50.329380764163 29 753.22698490015 32 78.656210226402 45 83.61123122509 51 0.187845 32 0.192306 25 0.182213 44 0.122008 26 0.306 36 0.424 71 0.23222748815166 24 0.12594696969697 21 NA NA NA NA 105.82322220913 12 3.062787136294 46 0.2691094619666 79 6 36 177.8 32 67.3 21 46 27 12.9 12 Loddon - Mallee - Murray Bendigo Loddon Primary Care Partnership 6 1.24 26 0.57 46 0.19 34 0.60 43 0.25 29 51 0.58685994142848 32 0.398 42 475.97871755605 28 0.27689896260853 37 Bendigo Hospital, The 0.81546447619863 10 2.94 58 2.89 47 0.05% 13 0.03% 16 38.795303726391 26 4.65 65 381.60168060627 17 168.60054187772 17 3886.5239999098 52 5270.2827198704 57 4597.7125515563 54 217.35853828136 40 364.39519653052 48 6.253190403267 28 15.28448580516 15
Greater Dandenong (C) 0.228597 19 0.168741 50 0.287511 9 0.1290872 27 0.697 38 0.072 68 0.283 72 0.2470347 33 0.530741 14 0.488215 8 0.581034 30 0.133 34 0.725 30 0.34707 2 0.358236 3 0.318645 12 0.263 39 0.37 75 0.0260602 24 0.6669389 18 0.46164139161463 60 0.90204081632653 71 0.52741224101452 57 0.583 46 0.32042253521127 78 0.066327330907266 14 0.051080680485808 11 79.696315094063 26 0.31260887042744 68 0.73339048435491 0.26660951564509 55.451263537906 11 47.581227436823 38 810.62423500612 7 78.814612002446 43 83.931294887364 38 0.245944 4 0.218376 12 0.279731 3 0.155322 8 0.335 20 0.695 1 0.3361285814116 2 0.16515679442509 7 0.4503495 14 0.4672806 33 28.816685485059 77 2.4756120652776 58 0.38062788999757 36 6 36 181.2 23 64.5 35 48.8 20 8.1 48 South Eastern Melbourne South East Healthy Communities Partnership 9 1.10 45 0.79 17 0.30 11 0.52 56 0.25 22 42 0.94311383730641 15 0.304 78 448.1979928607 45 0.26899184778357 40 Dandenong Campus 0.41281732950897 49 2.99 53 2.83 56 0.04% 21 0.02% 41 34.581425195139 37 5.48 30 251.31319648505 33 89.865419276111 45 5788.5101168799 3 7511.4407915873 7 6640.4570355095 5 134.92132171538 75 233.47802573583 73 5.554347749858 32 9.1450372043116 56
Greater Geelong (C) 0.180267 52 0.135426 64 0.22767 30 NA NA 0.712 29 0.119 33 0.413 19 NA NA 0.413643 75 0.378317 61 0.447369 74 0.153 23 0.684 43 0.238563 57 0.249357 49 0.228033 52 0.3 28 0.522 25 NA NA NA NA 0.51446356645917 48 0.95577746077033 21 0.61922370277554 6 0.608 37 0.40099102468212 32 0.059097668820285 30 0.043675163011263 31 67.889584878504 37 0.38828299776286 36 0.75081022686352 0.24918977313648 49.560877471273 17 46.001470189964 46 762.58099352052 22 79.093333934827 39 83.702785549657 49 0.162877 57 0.205113 17 0.117703 74 0.09322 65 0.299 42 0.513 33 0.19149868536372 47 0.094471049194602 42 NA NA NA NA 55.528442814581 44 4.7362085233162 18 0.41106553946597 14 6 36 178.3 31 65.9 27 48.2 22 12 18 Barwon G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar 7 1.27 24 0.49 54 0.18 35 0.57 49 0.20 43 81 0.77428381436923 23 0.46 25 436.87456716446 51 0.33505330127455 28 Geelong Hospital 0.89604966320539 2 2.94 57 2.78 63 0.03% 37 0.04% 8 33.999377181607 39 4.48 66 239.91987023068 39 84.670766113102 49 4187.2379191555 41 5717.2561567531 43 4959.2739827698 43 187.91740379961 49 380.82778209632 47 5.1126882979861 40 10.852842887089 43
Greater Shepparton (C) 0.253871 5 0.212002 22 0.287682 8 NA NA 0.707 30 0.121 29 0.283 72 NA NA 0.539428 12 0.435545 36 0.623538 10 0.161 15 0.693 42 0.243788 52 0.247209 50 0.229204 51 0.269 38 0.446 54 NA NA NA NA 0.4240170031881 73 0.91810344827586 61 0.56319126905958 35 0.567 61 0.40316205533597 30 0.0577065351418 32 0.041561191906156 38 87.168014983222 18 0.38701067615658 38 0.73869731800766 0.26130268199234 52.560240963855 14 56.777108433735 13 755.48891506908 28 77.8759229248 60 83.820583529772 40 0.166313 53 0.145979 55 0.195259 32 0.147833 10 0.334 22 0.537 24 0.23803191489362 18 0.12732095490716 20 NA NA NA NA 109.85308647974 9 7.9692890811021 4 0.34768504865821 57 6.1 29 184.6 19 67.2 23 38.5 48 7.5 53 Goulburn Valley Goulburn Valley Primary Care Partnership 3 1.29 22 0.47 56 0.18 36 0.45 63 0.19 46 43 0.5459150919349 36 0.351 64 446.49075918817 46 0.24904770542354 48 Goulburn Valley Health [Shepparton] 0.84188405797101 7 3.05 44 2.92 40 0.02% 54 0.03% 19 38.89077862546 25 5.06 51 393.63752692875 13 180.21607787874 16 4074.5316940451 44 5640.7996705666 44 4865.789742255 45 209.94489927201 43 342.24326040366 51 8.7305829567358 17 17.736527528063 10
Hepburn (S) 0.178398 55 0.205948 25 0.12797 77 NA NA 0.6 78 0.11 44 0.351 48 NA NA 0.460818 58 0.434924 37 0.470108 72 0.099 60 0.716 33 0.237701 58 0.252653 46 0.22785 53 0.224 57 0.441 58 NA NA NA NA 0.62790697674419 10 0.82352941176471 79 0.56590758556747 32 0.633 25 0.3580375782881 59 0.058961400424815 31 0.043366281497981 32 97.305722556224 12 0.41201716738197 17 0.68229166666667 0.31770833333333 34.239130434783 60 52.717391304348 23 760.37670038368 25 79.386011315187 30 81.969693191978 78 0.173544 43 0.182864 28 0.165282 57 0.126707 21 0.276 60 0.44 67 0.13970588235294 70 0.065217391304348 66 NA NA NA NA 69.350613539225 27 3.7915345374328 32 0.34890656063618 56 6.7 7 170.6 42 62.4 41 45.9 29 17.5 5 Grampians Central Highlands Primary Care Partnership 2 1.63 9 0.62 33 0.21 30 0.41 66 0.21 36 15 0.11978944691467 64 0.357 61 450.91686198814 43 0.29949548998624 32 Ballarat Health Services [Base Campus] 0.4882147533828 37 3.25 22 3.11 16 0.03% 47 0.03% 20 29.711843375155 57 5.87 17 216.25534261685 50 102.37143251069 37 4003.2194858722 46 5605.449330651 45 4814.9823678415 46 156.05754123065 66 301.26339913068 61 7.6520060664553 20 10.754170687991 44
Hindmarsh (S) 0.225365 21 0.180822 43 0.252994 17 NA NA 0.658 62 0.088 65 0.272 76 NA NA 0.553948 6 0.470324 10 0.631007 7 0.171 13 0.763 11 0.327038 3 0.323226 8 0.345726 6 0.213 64 0.527 22 NA NA NA NA 0.54166666666667 40 1 1 0.56846928589581 29 0.578 53 0.41242937853107 21 0.082228591902544 4 0.050534667126595 13 107.53012048193 6 0.40536013400335 19 0.67355371900826 0.32644628099174 61.567164179104 1 76.492537313433 2 684.72222222222 57 77.740168741107 62 83.564944484014 53 0.167503 51 0.180715 30 0.145645 65 0.135712 16 0.33 24 0.402 75 0.29411764705882 4 0.20588235294118 2 NA NA NA NA 63.884156729131 30 3.747870528109 33 0.38933333333333 31 7.2 4 176.7 33 68.9 15 42 42 11.9 21 Grampians Wimmera Primary Care Partnership 4 1.36 17 1.36 5 0.51 3 0.85 19 0.51 5 9 0.20780374902278 60 0.322 74 625.72402044293 2 0.080315818132317 78 Wimmera Base Hospital [Horsham] 0.44286560094731 46 3.87 6 3.83 3 0.02% 56 0.00% 76 60.3066439523 1 8.47 3 227.25724020443 45 93.35604770017 42 5031.1489943287 14 6590.1199431079 14 5815.2928829762 14 266.96789683382 23 638.95160142691 6 8.3475298126065 18 13.458262350937 24
Hobsons Bay (C) 0.180184 53 0.138782 62 0.230446 29 0.2909309 2 0.673 51 0.113 40 0.382 32 0.5654341 8 0.466013 55 0.427634 40 0.493666 64 0.109 49 0.66 58 0.308374 9 0.286098 25 0.303775 18 0.423 5 0.5 30 0.0212123 26 0.6223178 27 0.5329471397538 42 0.95076923076923 28 0.51297217526448 65 0.616 33 0.34884299577009 62 0.055439740236769 41 0.043750447163197 30 52.702656501077 55 0.36154000401043 54 0.72212978369384 0.27787021630616 49.458150795481 18 33.663822919068 73 760.49262680279 24 79.216962027643 36 83.430575642371 56 0.212794 12 0.206442 15 0.212117 21 0.108637 41 0.274 61 0.619 5 0.21657458563536 33 0.11479028697572 27 0.4830288 5 0.5699555 25 93.717085680267 18 5.2548426981728 13 0.36672367456633 48 6 36 173 37 67.9 19 45 33 9.2 40 South Western Melbourne HealthWest (a) - Hobson's Bay, Maribyrnong, Wyndham PCP 2 0.97 59 0.41 65 0.15 46 0.53 54 0.17 56 27 0.8804869311483 20 0.433 31 445.91747950726 47 0.32562259306804 29 Western Hospital [Footscray] 0.26398142155556 73 3.21 27 2.86 50 0.02% 62 0.03% 27 32.960113568714 42 5.53 26 404.45116087375 11 251.53409351101 6 4627.681847134 21 6243.0971345122 25 5438.4643537617 24 152.68859738477 68 287.91137679532 66 5.1861519439483 39 10.200577002335 46
Horsham (RC) 0.133304 74 0.10478 72 0.13329 75 NA NA 0.681 47 0.098 57 0.387 28 NA NA 0.501943 35 0.441398 29 0.503532 60 0.135 30 0.67 54 0.295961 16 0.297116 17 0.283011 26 0.281 35 0.446 54 NA NA NA NA 0.59398496240602 19 0.98076923076923 6 0.58264732878412 23 0.582 48 0.41971207087486 17 0.056707712248866 37 0.042431787529827 34 81.931542388484 24 0.43239625167336 6 0.75851393188854 0.24148606811146 35.087719298246 54 51.461988304094 26 728.58354537744 46 77.769323624339 61 84.098168343974 33 0.179569 37 0.20374 18 0.158394 60 0.100016 55 0.258 67 0.443 66 0.18385650224215 51 0.076233183856502 60 NA NA NA NA 135.20982599795 4 7.4206755373593 6 0.29750189250568 74 5.5 58 181.2 23 60.7 52 50.5 16 14.6 10 Grampians Wimmera Primary Care Partnership 1 0.96 60 0.61 36 0.10 63 0.82 20 0.20 38 9 0.55448018226505 35 0.381 47 495.39406345957 20 0.11942148760331 73 Wimmera Base Hospital [Horsham] 0.82883622712342 9 2.50 79 2.56 75 0.03% 40 0.02% 44 34.493346980553 38 4.32 73 543.34698055271 4 322.10849539406 3 4245.7439561236 38 6183.081406764 27 5227.4854176794 36 245.99164200851 28 518.37723702223 15 14.073694984647 2 12.282497441146 32
Hume (C) 0.244931 6 0.224637 15 0.266301 13 0.1224115 30 0.601 77 0.059 74 0.291 69 0.4650094 26 0.473476 51 0.43391 38 0.507874 58 0.176 11 0.707 38 0.32234 4 0.364444 2 0.258969 39 0.312 27 0.407 67 0.029058 19 0.6133603 29 0.39947486871718 76 0.9231843575419 56 0.52761738547452 56 0.551 68 0.31811734364926 79 0.056399585083236 38 0.049426775920411 16 70.684987659803 34 0.2642955393987 78 0.73457249070632 0.26542750929368 33.693641055604 61 38.854805725971 66 825.79564489112 4 79.49867304714 27 83.03347919102 62 0.222238 8 0.251186 4 0.183663 42 0.19197 1 0.441 1 0.46 60 0.29588205388917 3 0.16489091831558 8 0.4577576 13 0.5812516 22 58.59033605045 38 4.4669633217756 24 0.37135614702155 40 5.8 51 166.7 45 64 37 42.8 40 9.5 37 Northern Melbourne Hume - Whittlesea Primary Care Partnership 3 0.88 67 0.35 69 0.07 68 0.25 75 0.12 73 56 0.7585508324575 24 0.377 50 422.9106093235 54 0.25095899292236 45 Royal Melbourne Hospital - City Campus 0.27446984997115 71 2.74 74 2.60 74 0.06% 8 0.03% 10 32.045606438825 44 5.46 31 272.48476262831 28 103.32851601995 35 6115.6172195724 1 8194.150339626 1 7167.607840159 1 161.77183641902 64 199.7898903259 75 4.5812079080103 50 11.258803973427 39
Indigo (S) 0.197858 38 0.198337 32 0.167142 62 NA NA 0.768 1 0.197 1 0.393 26 NA NA 0.466166 54 0.436801 32 0.5409 49 0.112 46 0.747 14 0.24054 55 0.219252 65 0.241142 47 0.247 45 0.511 26 NA NA NA NA 0.68115942028986 2 0.96666666666667 14 0.13234846120503 78 0.661 13 0.43366880146386 8 0.052964042759961 45 0.034977932942494 59 53.181485738167 53 0.37749120750293 43 0.71428571428571 0.28571428571429 59.559261465158 2 48.838594401429 34 739.87365291713 40 76.703550249634 76 84.120517663977 32 0.166414 52 0.177478 32 0.133386 71 0.103854 48 0.273 62 0.431 69 0.1207729468599 72 0.06280193236715 67 NA NA NA NA 76.873048907388 22 2.2112382934443 63 0.28257191201354 78 6 36 180.8 26 62.2 42 46.6 26 9.9 33 Hume Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership 2 1.00 55 0.59 42 0.00 73 0.52 55 0.13 70 18 0.0717390059654 73 0.443 28 282.45317377732 78 0.21667050425973 52 Albury Wodonga Health  Wodonga 0.5326278659612 32 3.12 37 3.20 14 0.01% 74 0.02% 43 21.852237252862 77 5.48 29 254.35744016649 32 145.68158168574 22 3230.3932420656 75 4406.3997879058 76 3814.378175363 76 166.48338543047 60 392.55029827816 45 4.0972944849116 54 15.868886576483 14
Kingston (C) 0.153219 65 0.148173 57 0.164702 66 0.2133696 11 0.654 66 0.094 61 0.364 40 0.4706326 24 0.421281 72 0.370061 64 0.479647 70 0.107 50 0.616 73 0.242594 53 0.207759 72 0.288554 24 0.32 24 0.639 8 0.0089684 32 0.6902502 12 0.60456668396471 17 0.92857142857143 48 0.54544145293251 49 0.634 23 0.35125746838961 61 0.049043695748124 54 0.035393570039389 58 46.314632603759 62 0.36990140114167 49 0.75448933782267 0.24551066217733 36.654468185574 50 53.122417660253 22 711.34871816043 52 80.034142426636 21 83.909382406547 39 0.155927 64 0.150966 51 0.171409 53 0.088066 68 0.306 36 0.486 47 0.15207373271889 61 0.057971014492754 68 0.4705859 8 0.5730254 24 54.612446337424 47 2.7651015786093 52 0.43451349343897 10 5.5 58 149 62 62.6 39 36.3 56 4.8 66 Bayside Kingston - Bayside Primary Care Partnership 3 0.81 71 0.31 74 0.13 53 0.32 70 0.13 72 44 0.97815777448923 11 0.52 17 473.56927965386 30 0.44538031064413 17 Monash Medical Centre [Clayton] 0.24954954954955 76 3.11 38 2.84 52 0.03% 34 0.02% 51 32.031910218707 45 5.45 32 230.88936213366 43 85.184058411926 48 4454.6761844068 34 6013.2899816691 36 5237.2143485995 33 170.56177473909 57 411.59434035805 36 3.8265219889802 56 8.1262887469155 63
Knox (C) 0.267019 4 0.242074 7 0.301529 6 0.1708403 22 0.727 18 0.134 22 0.32 60 0.5422959 13 0.510243 27 0.441735 28 0.596908 20 0.14 25 0.62 71 0.2553 47 0.277067 32 0.242257 46 0.399 9 0.496 33 0.026186 23 0.6022774 30 0.54199269692227 39 0.95744680851064 20 0.58373513975826 22 0.63 26 0.36920199501247 52 0.042819922736163 65 0.031955579667919 66 40.554211991868 68 0.33793205755823 66 0.75285338015803 0.24714661984197 44.806827707079 24 57.684980568468 11 762.16376582278 23 79.724195652046 25 82.966629771004 66 0.212579 13 0.201677 20 0.242156 12 0.106348 44 0.339 17 0.511 34 0.16655737704918 57 0.074705111402359 63 0.4617527 12 0.6065915 18 54.361862982407 50 3.5107756802533 38 0.40754446699296 19 5.5 58 151.7 59 60.4 54 37.7 52 7.9 50 Eastern Melbourne Outer East Primary Care Partnership 6 1.10 46 0.40 66 0.19 32 0.43 64 0.13 71 47 0.91688636647467 17 0.573 11 469.15254677249 31 0.46095857251539 14 Angliss Hospital 0.36941236848858 54 2.80 71 2.63 72 0.04% 17 0.03% 28 31.240063077153 48 4.94 55 251.2703037697 34 110.73544585553 31 4828.0243075837 16 6571.4326706476 17 5711.5238422406 16 138.68430006311 74 294.8761550956 65 5.4056860289298 35 8.4881600550303 62
Latrobe (C) 0.295505 2 0.28697 2 0.307553 3 NA NA 0.663 58 0.097 58 0.372 37 NA NA 0.521645 20 0.451806 24 0.598583 18 0.186 8 0.673 51 0.269079 35 0.24692 51 0.290107 23 0.323 21 0.48 38 NA NA NA NA 0.42624618514751 71 0.92592592592593 52 0.60192609982135 16 0.567 61 0.39932508436445 33 0.066977260446028 12 0.051339779005525 9 101.79819966217 9 0.39455946076071 31 0.72605247101891 0.27394752898109 38.622261618336 43 58.37659870837 10 813.34365058894 6 76.935383486765 72 82.218830534324 75 0.218836 11 0.238523 6 0.204332 26 0.14277 12 0.369 10 0.493 45 0.26107226107226 11 0.16083916083916 9 NA NA NA NA 102.0200097874 15 9.0397477026807 1 0.3601598934044 51 6.7 7 211.4 7 74.9 6 49.6 18 17 6 Gippsland Central West Gippsland Primary Care Partnership 2 1.12 42 0.53 49 0.16 43 0.52 57 0.20 40 38 0.6466217001071 30 0.353 63 508.57756511337 16 0.17905540854783 63 Latrobe Regional Hospital [Traralgon] 0.79882138438497 11 2.97 55 2.90 43 0.04% 24 0.02% 38 39.326300908053 24 6.31 10 402.69697134468 12 213.63710510576 9 5086.1225009395 12 7064.0122696694 9 6091.7012614671 10 260.01860582149 25 355.09497429795 50 9.5427111086945 11 12.927518895112 27
Loddon (S) 0.203798 32 0.18286 41 0.23391 25 NA NA 0.623 74 0.121 29 0.363 41 NA NA 0.529642 16 0.455905 19 0.610625 12 0.123 40 0.74 17 0.235043 59 0.241533 55 0.225413 54 0.192 74 0.378 72 NA NA NA NA 0.45833333333333 63 1 1 0.55646618546618 44 0.564 63 0.34709193245779 63 0.077403777872461 5 0.058264130725958 5 135.81395348837 2 0.39149560117302 32 0.62546816479401 0.37453183520599 19.654088050314 77 57.389937106918 12 717.2602739726 51 75.34742115065 79 83.007298713694 64 0.210299 17 0.181108 29 0.251411 11 0.155883 7 0.281 57 0.401 76 0.23595505617978 21 0.1685393258427 6 NA NA NA NA 76.124567474048 23 2.9278679797711 50 0.36713286713287 46 5.7 53 211.7 6 65.6 31 38.5 48 17.7 4 Loddon - Mallee - Murray Bendigo Loddon Primary Care Partnership 2 0.51 77 1.33 7 0.27 17 1.33 5 0.40 9 9 0.1061961441821 65 0.349 65 523.02368911365 12 0.25267175572519 44 Bendigo Hospital, The 0.58426966292135 24 3.49 13 3.35 10 0.02% 65 -0.00% 77 48.97524620708 8 5.03 52 236.22571200426 41 85.307426137876 47 3666.7361725317 66 5220.6317363684 60 4415.5522319465 64 752.28627511179 1 627.65243453903 8 5.3233963268565 36 9.0497737556561 58
Macedon Ranges (S) 0.170782 62 0.176178 48 0.163519 67 NA NA 0.706 32 0.1 55 0.359 44 NA NA 0.438107 64 0.376508 62 0.533213 50 0.107 50 0.776 7 0.229303 60 0.251193 47 0.219336 55 0.242 48 0.472 42 NA NA NA NA 0.55405405405405 34 0.95522388059701 22 0.60616183789357 14 0.689 5 0.39364696421391 37 0.039953230340573 72 0.029594420293317 72 40.605037080549 67 0.34086853063653 64 0.72949389179756 0.27050610820244 44.937428896473 23 50.056882821388 31 658.73281930942 63 79.82514645773 22 84.812849567717 15 0.159296 61 0.176573 33 0.164761 58 0.114387 35 0.328 28 0.543 22 0.1455938697318 65 0.08587786259542 50 NA NA NA NA 40.43945769051 71 1.916783543712 70 0.38381502890173 34 5.4 63 146.2 64 57.8 62 38 51 5.7 64 Macedon Ranges and North Western Melbourne Central Victorian Health Alliance 1 1.45 15 0.47 58 0.09 66 0.68 33 0.26 20 28 0.14103329036473 62 0.518 18 380.83216456288 71 0.39903019887061 21 Kyneton District Health Service 0.2716780716985 72 2.87 66 2.68 68 0.05% 11 0.03% 15 23.655913978495 73 4.46 68 127.5829827022 69 36.255259467041 73 4588.6254363478 22 6473.1014938232 21 5546.7047554444 19 265.89130416104 24 396.44153908695 43 3.6933146330061 59 6.7087424029921 71
Manningham (C) 0.145874 69 0.094834 77 0.198021 45 0.2063595 12 0.75 7 0.052 78 0.32 60 0.5331865 15 0.426425 69 0.363211 69 0.480897 68 0.08 71 0.659 59 0.284712 25 0.276585 33 0.301251 20 0.316 26 0.497 32 0.0369569 4 0.6571412 20 0.56007067137809 32 0.89090909090909 73 0.55609896917181 45 0.667 10 0.38834346267726 41 0.046634624306419 61 0.034547202530167 60 27.529138159496 75 0.26725440806045 77 0.76814326107446 0.23185673892554 30.316742081448 70 35.035552682612 72 592.2140060896 71 81.862643478122 5 85.598895282092 7 0.14601 70 0.184212 27 0.097708 77 0.105738 45 0.335 20 0.626 4 0.14212765957447 68 0.056122448979592 70 0.4095552 25 0.6382345 10 43.707997742779 65 1.9152174284786 71 0.44209702660407 7 4.5 79 108.8 77 50.7 73 23.9 78 2.7 73 Inner East Melbourne Inner East Primary Care Partnership 2 1.31 20 0.50 52 0.29 13 0.50 58 0.14 69 31 0.88576273818914 19 0.626 7 479.83036645633 26 0.55069493941554 7 Box Hill Hospital 0.32456870910173 64 3.01 48 2.70 67 0.05% 15 0.03% 25 28.608560337899 64 5.35 38 184.41662819132 53 61.628960823543 57 4576.9699413732 23 6238.2297156878 26 5423.1424931357 25 164.1448885854 62 478.42814691725 19 2.2914208519298 78 5.241197694899 78
Mansfield (S) 0.240247 9 0.270523 4 0.192529 49 NA NA 0.642 72 0.171 5 0.447 11 NA NA 0.514355 24 0.455003 21 0.481 67 0.072 74 0.777 6 0.209688 69 0.24415 52 0.126187 78 0.195 72 0.558 15 NA NA NA NA 0.62222222222222 13 0.90909090909091 67 0.62342745289256 5 0.653 17 0.39005235602094 39 0.050119016133298 52 0.037501583681743 54 60.9551738584 46 0.3979381443299 27 0.72020725388601 0.27979274611399 31.545741324921 67 44.16403785489 49 728.50678733032 47 78.207235799383 57 84.046435930904 35 0.146712 69 0.115607 76 0.156636 61 0.100161 54 0.225 76 0.494 43 0.037735849056604 79 0.018867924528302 79 NA NA NA NA 33.246171087038 73 1.1206574523721 78 0.37453183520599 38 5.3 65 146 65 62.5 40 18.5 79 18.3 3 Hume Central Hume Primary Care Partnership 1 1.62 10 1.25 8 0.12 54 1.49 4 0.25 26 7 0.031135091734131 78 0.416 34 448.63653343295 44 0.20288648348598 55 Mansfield District Hospital 0.5783426183844 25 2.87 64 2.89 45 0.04% 29 0.03% 18 30.133233719338 54 5.21 44 79.317644129 75 18.802141700909 78 3683.1219732881 64 4990.3321039012 69 4325.8533391522 68 159.00237863689 65 430.0291604043 27 3.6110073465322 61 7.9691196613124 65
Maribyrnong (C) 0.200732 36 0.145926 58 0.240032 21 0.2492746 7 0.728 16 0.056 76 0.403 22 0.4692736 25 0.523258 19 0.465231 15 0.562231 38 0.103 53 0.623 70 0.259018 44 0.23524 57 0.286265 25 0.382 11 0.557 17 0.0305182 16 0.7091345 10 0.62020648967552 15 0.93333333333333 42 0.49650969541976 71 0.587 44 0.34304543877905 64 0.050563935524133 49 0.039269062177178 48 50.719997072439 56 0.3730303030303 45 0.69861900893582 0.30138099106418 59.557273366128 3 47.259311314125 39 779.91589142347 10 77.359803694568 67 83.818863171416 41 0.190315 28 0.171511 41 0.196155 31 0.139277 15 0.33 24 0.465 58 0.25187406296852 13 0.12574850299401 22 0.4042098 26 0.6133708 16 62.034343997769 34 5.697438144946 11 0.38514236780133 33 6.1 29 219.3 3 74 8 66.1 2 11.7 24 Macedon Ranges and North Western Melbourne HealthWest (a) - Hobson's Bay, Maribyrnong, Wyndham PCP 5 1.13 41 0.77 19 0.29 12 0.57 47 0.28 17 22 0.96890969104088 12 0.365 54 393.94663798026 64 0.26956140646597 39 Western Hospital [Footscray] 0.33234873309641 62 3.02 47 2.78 62 0.02% 49 0.02% 32 26.95990544112 66 5.34 39 301.06113125357 19 147.48263543036 21 4930.9339110809 15 6391.4304668871 23 5629.0031626101 17 205.94219185391 44 313.54367967479 57 6.6138093151122 25 10.956611817204 42
Maroondah (C) 0.171151 61 0.117632 68 0.239357 22 0.2548444 6 0.761 3 0.104 50 0.382 32 0.5831076 6 0.452593 59 0.366832 67 0.556519 41 0.095 66 0.676 49 0.267304 36 0.311113 10 0.205626 64 0.338 15 0.558 15 0.0285035 22 0.708963 11 0.56643835616438 28 0.95187165775401 26 0.58176421529132 24 0.627 29 0.3765503875969 49 0.046714819427148 60 0.031539817213517 68 47.57811492672 60 0.39028107009821 34 0.75835140997831 0.24164859002169 52.817219860722 13 58.87672967351 9 703.89451088623 54 80.546166082932 13 84.800926663787 16 0.155455 65 0.115827 75 0.202194 28 0.105038 46 0.301 38 0.542 23 0.19316081330869 44 0.095018450184502 41 0.4273997 21 0.7146846 3 61.702008511909 35 3.6399611737475 35 0.43170473453335 11 5.9 43 136.2 69 55.8 65 35.7 59 6.5 62 Eastern Melbourne Outer East Primary Care Partnership 4 0.91 65 0.46 59 0.17 39 0.50 59 0.21 37 34 0.92422235356326 16 0.535 15 460.51108788173 36 0.4612188646359 13 Maroondah Hospital [East Ringwood] 0.53235028588625 33 3.21 29 2.96 31 0.06% 7 0.03% 21 30.463675054133 52 5.35 37 251.21332039125 35 97.653625028 39 4387.1218250433 36 6054.0178985463 33 5233.9794946614 35 152.8754417132 67 312.67790155311 58 4.8066153961024 48 9.4732322855223 52
Melbourne (C) 0.123222 78 0.118951 67 0.139897 73 0.1576915 23 0.763 2 0.101 54 0.45 10 0.556122 11 0.426567 68 0.35373 70 0.502108 61 0.134 32 0.602 76 0.204257 72 0.143311 79 0.26665 32 0.523 1 0.665 6 0.0338441 9 0.7113138 9 0.64032073310424 9 0.88304093567251 74 0.46392610904686 75 0.471 79 0.32979142070051 73 0.022231365952246 79 0.013311738717368 79 23.741425415649 77 0.44829578278452 3 0.65850515463918 0.34149484536082 41.580519182173 36 97.633815759247 1 409.59617278739 78 82.800456572664 1 88.857616630816 1 0.163458 56 0.132267 62 0.211268 22 0.125083 22 0.283 54 0.544 21 0.27906976744186 8 0.18217054263566 3 0.469927 9 0.6622755 7 47.658804703263 59 4.6813966663685 19 0.3584984358707 52 4.7 78 129 71 55.6 66 35.4 60 5.2 65 Inner North West Melbourne Inner North West Primary Care Partnership 23 2.12 2 1.89 2 1.11 1 1.77 2 0.48 8 22 0.99223693503832 8 0.542 12 272.66402282057 79 0.4607953924106 15 Royal Melbourne Hospital - City Campus 0.348769605192 58 3.23 24 2.77 64 0.05% 9 0.05% 5 17.194938923179 79 4.37 71 226.52592658854 46 119.67876275954 24 3619.2338028566 68 4175.8184679656 79 3875.5975012942 75 456.02393252782 8 273.9821207526 72 4.572064684776 51 8.9453439484748 60
Melton (S) 0.242154 7 0.222351 16 0.254644 15 0.189811 15 0.703 33 0.057 75 0.291 69 0.5865463 5 0.548568 9 0.449373 25 0.64563 2 0.205 1 0.683 44 0.292079 18 0.282331 26 0.305841 17 0.29 31 0.434 59 0.045001 2 0.5885129 31 0.37213651238897 79 0.92922374429224 47 0.51700195425211 62 0.531 71 0.32163742690058 77 0.043716112955194 64 0.037388566512292 55 53.281771747595 52 0.29668332576102 71 0.75497702909648 0.24502297090352 35.427081069333 53 43.468811128016 52 817.55461862783 5 78.305344495295 55 82.251274966056 74 0.233833 6 0.201332 21 0.258263 8 0.154616 9 0.391 4 0.483 48 0.20466132556446 36 0.087872185911402 47 0.5423295 1 0.545887 30 51.003851365808 52 4.332786534484 26 0.37038979199441 42 6.1 29 168.5 44 71.4 13 44.2 36 7.4 55 Macedon Ranges and North Western Melbourne HealthWest (a) - Brimbank, Melton PCP 1 0.94 63 0.14 79 0.05 71 0.21 77 0.07 77 33 0.71436869535942 27 0.411 39 389.23757221311 67 0.27036188731104 38 Sunshine Hospital 0.29149924660974 67 2.56 78 2.40 79 0.11% 1 0.06% 2 25.452892090436 69 4.28 74 227.71200342344 44 90.560587689894 44 5399.1271068425 6 7536.1758511136 6 6470.3812829656 6 167.57758334881 59 160.50760548803 79 5.0014264317809 44 8.0504243634548 64
Mildura (RC) 0.182346 50 0.196826 35 0.173349 58 NA NA 0.667 56 0.154 11 0.376 36 NA NA 0.531676 13 0.455669 20 0.606418 14 0.198 2 0.672 52 0.279279 29 0.304782 14 0.262846 33 0.248 43 0.427 61 NA NA NA NA 0.50552486187845 49 0.95808383233533 19 0.60159652199762 17 0.569 58 0.36462636124671 56 0.062945936388409 21 0.04882402557916 18 98.216821839987 11 0.40147492625369 21 0.73842762674504 0.26157237325496 37.813062694385 45 47.6346374202 37 774.4695815262 14 77.490409189649 65 82.811958115216 70 0.205693 19 0.231433 7 0.188878 39 0.124584 23 0.386 5 0.495 42 0.24871355060034 15 0.13207547169811 14 NA NA NA NA 105.55855577843 13 8.023453170807 3 0.32596382240088 66 6.1 29 204 9 80.4 5 50.9 14 7.5 53 Lower Murray Northern Mallee Primary Care Partnership 3 1.00 54 0.54 48 0.14 51 0.56 50 0.15 62 34 0.51548775448651 38 0.316 77 420.0933497917 56 0.22790505486433 50 Mildura Base Hospital 0.90384729737765 1 3.03 46 2.83 54 0.03% 45 0.02% 36 36.028390680451 32 4.97 54 441.65638018824 7 198.8890603302 15 4151.200081294 42 5592.3542647962 46 4881.4334251205 44 342.10245961389 15 469.15394125768 20 9.2964048757908 12 26.211232834439 4
Mitchell (S) 0.205606 31 0.194397 36 0.240408 20 NA NA 0.672 52 0.11 44 0.321 59 NA NA 0.484093 45 0.424323 42 0.562458 36 0.193 5 0.797 2 0.352619 1 0.336757 5 0.397146 1 0.253 40 0.373 73 NA NA NA NA 0.4247619047619 72 0.92592592592593 52 0.56017142430969 39 0.571 56 0.35166578529878 60 0.048350102449616 56 0.038917920143199 50 59.04367735118 47 0.34142857142857 62 0.68828451882845 0.31171548117155 33.469691335069 62 43.138713276311 54 789.4862036156 8 78.696480692104 44 82.991800624983 65 0.191218 27 0.209272 14 0.15564 62 0.106382 43 0.331 23 0.454 62 0.19787234042553 41 0.091489361702128 44 NA NA NA NA 49.555454234583 56 3.1631141000798 45 0.37320299022427 39 6.4 19 193.9 15 82.8 2 47.4 25 12.5 16 Goulburn Valley Lower Hume Primary Care Partnership 2 0.97 58 0.46 60 0.14 50 0.57 48 0.17 57 18 0.28732059727478 54 0.378 49 416.61917246096 58 0.2688098495212 41 Northern Hospital, The [Epping] 0.24321796071094 78 3.17 31 2.99 28 0.05% 12 0.06% 1 29.151943462898 60 5.99 14 164.19696796991 60 53.402484896843 65 4533.5957456377 27 6551.0664289544 20 5527.8734251457 20 182.73080837406 51 284.28274990612 68 6.7821725749459 22 13.991793001254 22
Moira (S) 0.27053 3 0.197581 34 0.337827 1 NA NA 0.671 54 0.172 3 0.361 42 NA NA 0.550403 7 0.447889 27 0.640971 3 0.158 16 0.725 30 0.250995 49 0.227758 64 0.275339 29 0.232 52 0.407 67 NA NA NA NA 0.46352941176471 59 0.95505617977528 23 0.57684825074144 26 0.556 67 0.40524967989757 27 0.069009680943233 10 0.050421363296946 14 86.807678200269 20 0.34814181973516 61 0.69325153374233 0.30674846625767 34.317089910776 59 50.789293067948 28 778.57829010567 12 76.42542778302 77 84.083739372589 34 0.170296 47 0.152313 50 0.205452 24 0.098488 59 0.267 63 0.436 68 0.22333333333333 29 0.12 25 NA NA NA NA 58.27325479163 39 3.2706171971162 42 0.36934218467109 43 6.1 29 197.3 13 66 26 54.8 10 10.2 30 Goulburn Valley Goulburn Valley Primary Care Partnership 4 0.98 57 0.63 32 0.11 60 0.67 38 0.25 28 23 0.23014497850532 58 0.339 67 457.14788113241 40 0.18101392414801 62 Goulburn Valley Health [Shepparton] 0.36314108585384 55 3.13 35 3.03 22 0.02% 61 0.03% 26 39.739757341305 22 5.17 49 198.52294707227 52 71.10954809214 51 4229.7073632847 40 5883.180485025 38 5042.3532716764 40 232.31216062649 33 467.40650281736 21 5.5213645155618 33 14.80569720415 18
Monash (C) 0.178765 54 0.153122 55 0.20403 41 0.094336 33 0.729 14 0.089 63 0.293 68 0.3484981 32 0.524279 18 0.464822 16 0.591006 24 0.095 66 0.643 66 0.284828 24 0.295665 19 0.273584 31 0.331 18 0.533 20 0.0352767 6 0.7216167 7 0.54845580404686 37 0.92226890756303 58 0.56564476979931 33 0.596 41 0.37738337930207 48 0.047633414815864 58 0.034499870034736 61 34.244484764214 72 0.29650478911107 72 0.74695381127798 0.25304618872202 30.526653527066 69 49.044323234175 32 655.11689315386 64 81.523515809077 6 85.800215925961 4 0.175079 40 0.178487 31 0.192989 36 0.132627 19 0.286 53 0.571 13 0.19228375855632 46 0.090118085767557 46 0.5087458 2 0.6413742 9 28.156430859134 78 1.5564420969826 76 0.42626222310916 12 4.9 73 112.8 76 48.9 75 24.4 77 3.6 70 Inner East Melbourne Inner East Primary Care Partnership 10 1.33 19 0.61 39 0.28 16 0.55 52 0.20 44 55 0.99634504729321 7 0.586 10 442.87801314828 48 0.52036945406564 8 Monash Medical Centre [Clayton] 0.35490953338271 56 3.08 42 2.82 57 0.03% 46 0.01% 68 27.841771085014 65 5.45 33 164.28049671293 59 56.312861718267 60 4569.9890541399 25 6115.8347814578 29 5334.581274514 29 129.79105590021 76 384.30878432883 46 2.0902399280778 79 6.0459628027196 76
Moonee Valley (C) 0.155284 64 0.13698 63 0.169847 61 0.333652 1 0.699 34 0.077 67 0.344 51 0.4264932 29 0.40994 76 0.328349 76 0.487741 66 0.098 63 0.645 64 0.272614 33 0.211954 69 0.366844 3 0.295 30 0.55 19 0.0331608 10 0.6795591 14 0.54875444839858 36 0.95068493150685 29 0.56832998984813 30 0.615 35 0.36801040312094 53 0.053239306403863 44 0.040159955104805 46 40.866640762129 66 0.34878525551522 59 0.75660528422738 0.24339471577262 43.355325164939 30 48.696198554822 35 722.01314385216 50 79.813256703208 23 85.71514253947 6 0.189668 30 0.195587 24 0.193139 35 0.102808 51 0.301 38 0.589 9 0.10531053105311 78 0.044883303411131 74 0.4469597 16 0.5012664 32 50.04008194531 55 3.2154627237909 44 0.40797436810253 18 5.4 63 147.9 63 60 57 36.3 56 7.2 59 Inner North West Melbourne Inner North West Primary Care Partnership 4 1.19 31 0.65 29 0.29 15 0.75 25 0.25 25 38 0.95727439484103 14 0.518 18 438.04221964906 50 0.46159946318551 12 Royal Melbourne Hospital - City Campus 0.44595513256288 44 3.26 21 2.94 37 0.02% 57 0.02% 55 31.949763961878 46 5.99 15 224.75282800392 47 94.02333659927 41 4640.2187957327 20 6033.5350623701 35 5348.3117640883 28 168.26893661945 58 331.02359825533 54 5.5669368486684 30 9.6552952703305 49
Moorabool (S) 0.18448 49 0.212528 21 0.152904 69 NA NA 0.678 48 0.07 69 0.357 46 NA NA 0.506445 31 0.467969 11 0.557915 40 0.154 20 0.738 19 0.286685 23 0.289169 23 0.302497 19 0.321 23 0.488 35 NA NA NA NA 0.47619047619048 55 0.91566265060241 63 0.53582493569113 53 0.582 48 0.38700947225981 42 0.048752327746741 55 0.041995590640779 36 56.655993921962 49 0.36170212765957 53 0.73420479302832 0.26579520697168 22.212543554007 75 38.327526132404 68 736.15894039735 42 79.327085664709 31 84.274296877081 27 0.186127 35 0.138325 61 0.222165 18 0.140955 13 0.397 3 0.376 79 0.15652173913043 59 0.076023391812865 61 NA NA NA NA 59.93006993007 37 3.2517482517483 43 0.30863477246208 71 5.7 53 155.2 57 54.8 70 35.2 62 10.6 29 Grampians Central Highlands Primary Care Partnership 2 0.70 73 0.35 70 0.10 61 0.38 67 0.14 67 20 0.29260820864938 53 0.425 32 418.91608391608 57 0.31024121525749 31 Ballarat Health Services [Base Campus] 0.27867860600194 70 2.74 73 3.18 15 0.04% 23 0.02% 40 33.076923076923 41 5.16 50 183.84615384615 55 74.300699300699 50 4230.3993258429 39 6113.0361521027 32 5175.5037660016 37 334.95611496683 17 416.81758701029 34 3.0769230769231 71 9.6153846153846 51
Moreland (C) 0.174718 58 0.110955 70 0.235978 24 0.2435891 8 0.692 42 0.056 76 0.303 65 0.3747123 31 0.464955 56 0.369502 65 0.54596 46 0.125 38 0.655 61 0.298629 14 0.341487 4 0.258574 40 0.381 12 0.46 48 0.0291761 18 0.5866119 32 0.57690552259242 23 0.93103448275862 45 0.51826271736623 60 0.604 38 0.333044683062 70 0.065822491882471 15 0.051994974362457 7 55.942932728647 50 0.34125493142964 63 0.7401596476741 0.2598403523259 40.65989001833 39 50.26939954452 30 777.69738242179 13 79.084589919622 40 84.404746954222 22 0.219776 9 0.238657 5 0.193205 34 0.115372 34 0.294 47 0.534 26 0.21367521367521 34 0.10603715170279 32 0.4389031 17 0.6417164 8 56.323225028532 42 3.6173244694913 36 0.39244419004007 27 5.7 53 165.8 47 61 50 41.5 43 10.9 28 Inner North West Melbourne Inner North West Primary Care Partnership 4 1.12 43 0.61 38 0.17 40 0.55 51 0.27 18 44 0.99007473239772 9 0.444 27 427.29564695945 53 0.34244280799179 27 Royal Melbourne Hospital - City Campus 0.42021801491681 48 3.24 23 3.08 18 0.02% 67 0.01% 72 35.528445324237 34 6.36 8 280.64247809294 24 117.25031756369 27 5232.7035024593 9 6760.7482042249 11 6003.7778198692 11 117.53469348439 78 338.25712256307 52 4.9649551542038 45 11.438740835789 37
Mornington Peninsula (S) 0.237116 10 0.224801 14 0.231413 27 0.1276228 28 0.661 60 0.168 6 0.475 7 0.5592054 10 0.486402 43 0.400532 52 0.561224 39 0.181 10 0.676 49 0.282197 26 0.306536 13 0.252535 42 0.228 55 0.604 10 0.0459288 1 0.711878 8 0.47638483965015 54 0.94678492239468 32 0.56617061509415 31 0.648 18 0.39554047503635 35 0.050549659109158 50 0.038635216341998 52 58.15187014498 48 0.35441127138544 56 0.71509701845717 0.28490298154283 33.297384739822 63 38.37512357329 67 678.77120586887 58 79.766485286268 24 83.542472192916 54 0.169929 48 0.110898 77 0.22404 15 0.099563 56 0.308 34 0.566 15 0.23282674772036 23 0.10564663023679 33 0.4193235 23 0.6153853 14 82.604789616241 20 4.6394379039395 20 0.39087736385034 30 5.5 58 149.9 60 61.7 46 33.9 66 7.1 60 Frankston - Mornington Peninsula Frankston-Mornington Peninsula Primary Care Partnership 7 1.17 36 0.44 62 0.21 29 0.58 46 0.19 48 49 0.46098363919195 43 0.525 16 554.51339537129 5 0.49335622483647 9 Frankston Hospital 0.50298300878198 36 3.34 19 2.84 53 0.04% 25 0.03% 30 40.293384107914 19 4.79 60 275.28895921049 25 94.86041459948 40 3769.8292921828 57 5432.2319003514 49 4606.0733321161 53 210.02133758386 42 401.38133650315 41 4.2438788918984 53 9.7213655501622 47
Mount Alexander (S) 0.1528 67 0.141737 60 0.149608 71 NA NA 0.653 67 0.061 73 0.399 24 NA NA 0.40871 77 0.441237 30 0.431603 77 0.103 53 0.766 9 0.195519 75 0.230705 62 0.156202 75 0.232 52 0.503 29 NA NA NA NA 0.56953642384106 25 0.90322580645161 70 0.5598770641637 40 0.708 3 0.42382978723404 12 0.050539956803456 51 0.042753993973506 33 89.211809068334 17 0.3992673992674 24 0.72293577981651 0.27706422018349 41.61758932077 35 40.047114252061 63 732.27931488801 44 78.929000599367 42 83.63116385006 50 0.172499 44 0.116518 73 0.27697 5 0.111124 39 0.32 31 0.386 78 0.19337016574586 43 0.11702127659574 26 NA NA NA NA 40.891984496995 70 1.9659607931248 68 0.37087912087912 41 6.2 26 163.5 50 46.8 78 45.6 30 15 8 Loddon - Mallee - Murray Central Victorian Health Alliance 2 1.46 14 0.34 72 0.22 24 0.67 36 0.22 32 17 0.27096355288655 55 0.36 59 407.62792787732 63 0.21000413393964 53 Castlemaine Health 0.46607360893075 41 3.96 3 3.66 5 0.02% 53 0.03% 29 31.006010222996 50 6.06 12 119.36190529686 72 36.56687075212 72 3804.3683549088 56 5503.8634012558 48 4647.3676465654 51 179.57735780883 52 429.50010395641 28 9.5489524237488 10 13.817895860248 23
Moyne (S) 0.192473 45 0.183266 40 0.238774 23 NA NA 0.647 68 0.139 18 0.328 56 NA NA 0.507626 29 0.435586 35 0.553311 45 0.135 30 0.672 52 0.242216 54 0.267781 39 0.234528 48 0.207 68 0.461 47 NA NA NA NA 0.60526315789474 16 0.93103448275862 45 0.57216287626953 27 0.589 43 0.36027713625866 57 0.042285789094718 67 0.033210100883514 64 53.125946874053 54 0.36769394261424 50 0.73121387283237 0.26878612716763 16.987542468856 78 52.095130237826 24 616.76646706587 70 78.649404376561 46 84.1957817977 30 0.119908 78 0.125867 66 0.106391 76 0.086583 72 0.264 64 0.48 52 0.1747572815534 54 0.097087378640777 40 NA NA NA NA 107.51159196291 11 3.8948995363215 30 0.30879815986199 70 6.4 19 172.7 38 66.9 25 44 37 7.3 58 Great South Coast South West Primary Care Partnership 1 0.62 76 0.62 35 0.00 73 0.49 60 0.19 49 13 0.097137038476129 66 0.463 23 459.59814528594 37 0.2227602905569 51 South West Healthcare [Warrnambool] 0.71997230875736 14 2.85 68 2.79 61 0.03% 35 0.02% 37 43.214837712519 14 4.08 76 336.0741885626 18 147.75888717156 20 3162.1691696733 76 4445.5518213459 75 3799.6598339526 77 430.20193633435 10 631.01169878002 7 4.6986089644513 49 17.496136012365 11
Murrindindi (S) 0.201662 34 0.180393 44 0.222981 34 NA NA 0.698 36 0.139 18 0.444 13 NA NA 0.495631 39 0.398244 54 0.583646 28 0.094 69 0.738 19 0.18435 77 0.232568 61 0.13847 77 0.214 62 0.531 21 NA NA NA NA 0.62264150943396 12 0.9375 37 0.61906790888776 7 0.635 22 0.42174320524836 16 0.054047483996435 43 0.03920067376158 49 73.862947240752 31 0.35171568627451 57 0.65853658536585 0.34146341463415 32.446463335496 65 42.180402336145 57 722.55017709563 49 79.233552056006 35 83.376631841465 58 0.178477 38 0.167218 45 0.180602 45 0.096833 62 0.297 44 0.58 10 0.20161290322581 39 0.08 57 NA NA NA NA 55.488082586914 45 2.960376499165 49 0.36798905608755 45 7.8 2 180.9 25 81 3 30.2 71 8.8 44 Goulburn Valley Lower Hume Primary Care Partnership 2 0.95 62 1.21 10 0.23 23 0.76 24 0.30 12 17 0.060543229959806 75 0.376 51 474.11568240474 29 0.29731027857829 33 Alexandra District Hospital 0.24379129642288 77 3.64 7 3.39 8 0.02% 52 0.02% 48 45.012904205253 11 5.85 18 161.30256565963 61 43.798390769698 70 4514.2446589512 28 6587.5690129318 15 5513.6617816358 21 295.84864591121 21 492.83515079473 18 3.3399119477759 67 14.042811598603 21
Nillumbik (S) 0.153181 66 0.098676 74 0.204536 40 0.1746232 20 0.752 4 0.149 12 0.496 3 0.5192108 18 0.468325 53 0.401173 51 0.545912 47 0.103 53 0.647 63 0.264412 37 0.26958 38 0.260259 36 0.322 22 0.562 14 0.0196086 29 0.7338359 5 0.64929577464789 6 0.94270833333333 34 0.59856657546459 19 0.719 2 0.40549273021002 25 0.025218284540318 78 0.02122723581951 78 22.15182447495 78 0.2915398660986 74 0.75991649269311 0.24008350730689 56.221461187215 8 32.534246575342 76 580.60393034031 73 82.300352500313 2 85.224223287909 11 0.164399 54 0.146057 54 0.17401 49 0.087564 69 0.322 29 0.534 27 0.11497326203209 74 0.036 77 0.3667891 29 0.692559 5 46.137133363154 62 2.6199757172982 53 0.39923822714681 22 5.1 68 108.7 78 44.1 79 24.8 76 4.4 68 Northern Melbourne North East Primary Care Partnership 0 1.13 38 0.19 78 0.06 70 0.18 78 0.06 78 28 0.50279292316179 40 0.668 4 320.41983513324 75 0.57840155556664 4 Austin Hospital 0.47008041627247 40 3.13 34 2.55 76 0.05% 16 0.03% 14 17.573007859927 78 4.46 67 160.01022429548 62 56.185698766694 61 4127.6010166402 43 6115.2055822247 30 5127.2359200027 39 224.12875856342 36 282.07723375971 70 2.3164419451722 76 5.2399514345965 79
Northern Grampians (S) 0.175315 57 0.16781 52 0.180276 57 NA NA 0.668 55 0.118 34 0.361 42 NA NA 0.541007 11 0.515241 5 0.555477 42 0.131 35 0.729 25 0.288488 20 0.235117 58 0.336877 7 0.238 49 0.485 36 NA NA NA NA 0.44628099173554 66 0.91304347826087 65 0.55963806495828 41 0.541 70 0.39187227866473 38 0.082249933669408 3 0.058346702693574 4 126.44628099174 5 0.43790149892934 5 0.75061124694377 0.24938875305623 39.450089659295 42 63.956963538553 5 770.56451612903 18 75.723853929833 78 82.844805321732 68 0.211583 16 0.229937 8 0.180501 46 0.119698 30 0.289 49 0.464 59 0.29365079365079 5 0.14173228346457 12 NA NA NA NA 31.234299112376 75 3.0145704237146 48 0.39142091152815 29 7 5 219.9 2 92.5 1 56.8 7 0 74 Grampians Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership 2 1.01 53 0.59 41 0.17 41 0.92 13 0.25 24 13 0.39307068744272 48 0.338 69 535.5886786133 9 0.15462789243277 67 Stawell Regional Health 0.4007767708526 50 3.00 51 3.01 25 0.01% 72 0.01% 71 44.716127951767 12 5.57 24 69.335119745436 76 25.372634399598 75 3518.233037501 70 4824.8067848214 72 4168.7434008408 71 236.08830708031 31 408.10374842489 39 12.309495896835 3 15.156590185899 16
Port Phillip (C) 0.132835 75 0.168218 51 0.097739 79 0.1876659 16 0.646 70 0.149 12 0.544 1 0.5005114 23 0.4803 46 0.388597 59 0.565884 35 0.098 63 0.645 64 0.215267 65 0.204529 73 0.211777 59 0.447 3 0.762 2 0.0075737 33 0.7290758 6 0.66977466977467 4 0.92148760330579 60 0.48117652386295 73 0.648 18 0.33555555555556 69 0.032696928760147 77 0.024634746922025 76 45.180014118754 63 0.45692307692308 2 0.64983164983165 0.35016835016835 47.655068078669 19 56.42965204236 14 547.10807429506 75 79.313506335913 32 83.797165264553 43 0.138847 72 0.138459 60 0.13844 67 0.082155 73 0.188 79 0.564 16 0.11942959001783 73 0.054867256637168 71 0.3862452 27 0.5873298 21 54.703946696098 46 3.8322398675578 31 0.39846814870166 23 5.9 43 187.1 17 72 12 46 27 9.4 39 Bayside Inner South East Partnership in Community & Health 4 1.77 6 0.45 61 0.20 31 0.34 68 0.20 39 17 0.9805123714231 10 0.63 6 381.09837104257 70 0.48391075833959 10 Alfred, The [Prahran] 0.63415774706433 21 3.59 9 2.94 33 0.02% 64 0.02% 35 23.974492611442 72 5.50 28 222.69912318352 48 98.800253438797 38 4534.5611809865 26 5749.2973214431 42 5148.2882431243 38 244.07413425494 29 327.85439750181 55 6.7038649416478 23 12.671939828724 28
Pyrenees (S) 0.314449 1 0.312507 1 0.324346 2 NA NA 0.622 75 0.143 15 0.372 37 NA NA 0.514211 25 0.398204 55 0.626628 8 0.196 4 0.774 8 0.279233 30 0.316077 9 0.242893 45 0.193 73 0.353 78 NA NA NA NA 0.54545454545455 38 0.92857142857143 48 0.51287126195965 66 0.521 74 0.38004750593824 46 0.075614063252528 6 0.05878824235153 3 127.38214643932 4 0.37021276595745 46 0.58620689655172 0.41379310344828 36.803364879075 48 23.133543638275 79 764.47625243982 21 77.257842975378 69 82.921720582798 67 0.252033 2 0.228559 10 0.27046 7 0.190887 2 0.373 8 0.407 74 0.16949152542373 56 0.081967213114754 53 NA NA NA NA 80.570833952728 21 6.8381150587186 8 0.2859778597786 77 6.3 22 213.3 4 69.6 14 65.1 4 0 74 Grampians Grampians Pyrenees Primary Care Partnership 1 0.68 75 0.74 22 0.00 73 0.59 45 0.15 64 9 0.077516657939891 72 0.332 72 485.50616916902 24 0.2893447642376 34 Ballarat Health Services [Base Campus] 0.47651874192159 38 3.01 50 2.91 41 0.03% 39 0.01% 73 31.663445815371 47 6.60 5 241.71250185818 38 118.77508547644 25 3694.2428896778 62 5413.6662845208 50 4522.3821116112 57 203.05895134514 45 297.48136372063 62 3.2704028541698 69 10.405827263267 45
Queenscliffe (B) 0.186338 48 0.095891 76 0.276784 10 NA NA 0.743 10 0.119264 32 0.521 2 NA NA 0.395751 78 0.317875 79 0.492077 65 0.079 72 0.678 46 0.181079 78 0.242024 54 0.149785 76 0.213 64 0.793 1 NA NA NA NA 0.5625 30 0.84615384615385 78 0.61232439807692 11 0.665 11 0.49090909090909 1 0.066408995080815 13 0.040653115628124 45 42.157470551767 64 0.44075829383886 4 0.79569892473118 0.20430107526882 0 79 56.179775280899 17 584.33734939759 72 80.346981131216 14 83.588840024232 52 0.089681 79 0.100569 79 0.050002 79 0.134873 18 0.249 71 0.397 77 0.10714285714286 76 0.035714285714286 78 NA NA NA NA 55.992141453831 43 3.9292730844794 29 0.51461988304094 1 5 71 133.1 70 62.1 43 35.4 60 0 74 Barwon G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar 0 2.96 1 0.65 28 0.00 73 0.00 79 0.33 10 3 0.56198726848779 33 0.516 20 652.91421087099 1 0.46690070210632 11 Geelong Hospital 0.89275634995296 3 3.41 14 3.05 19 0.03% 42 0.01% 66 45.186640471513 10 5.36 36 221.67648984938 49 54.354944335298 64 3989.0568911936 47 5305.4777737163 54 4677.9408619496 48 249.61589348914 26 759.51502634301 1 2.2920759659463 77 11.460379829732 36
South Gippsland (S) 0.194697 43 0.198287 33 0.196258 48 NA NA 0.644 71 0.081 66 0.417 18 NA NA 0.461457 57 0.417838 45 0.520071 55 0.117 45 0.715 34 0.184574 76 0.202907 75 0.168405 72 0.248 43 0.452 51 NA NA NA NA 0.51815181518152 47 0.93478260869565 41 0.55048820502294 47 0.629 27 0.45575757575758 3 0.055487384001841 40 0.040973064344247 43 70.589659765105 35 0.35513541134389 55 0.71798561151079 0.28201438848921 31.521739130435 68 46.739130434783 42 694.99186403905 56 78.250247474543 56 83.426143469816 57 0.1703 46 0.129876 63 0.220198 19 0.094746 63 0.295 46 0.494 44 0.19571865443425 42 0.082317073170732 52 NA NA NA NA 47.916818148768 57 2.2904093652294 61 0.35584218512898 53 6.2 26 174.4 36 57.1 64 55.6 9 8.1 48 Gippsland South Coast Health Services Consortium 3 1.35 18 0.73 25 0.22 27 0.76 23 0.22 33 23 0.085391424934315 70 0.415 35 458.77263142587 39 0.18575164434583 61 Leongatha Memorial Hospital 0.25518248175182 75 3.06 43 3.00 26 0.03% 43 0.01% 63 35.628590125791 33 5.72 23 131.28044790228 67 55.406093216026 62 3756.1176958393 58 5228.1073599338 59 4496.3931587921 60 398.02738869219 13 508.68369725867 16 5.5624227441286 31 11.561113938777 35
Southern Grampians (S) 0.189981 47 0.192446 38 0.197255 46 NA NA 0.687 43 0.164002 7 0.367 39 NA NA 0.476137 49 0.390891 57 0.572725 33 0.129 37 0.727 27 0.209095 70 0.210281 71 0.205899 63 0.232 52 0.412 66 NA NA NA NA 0.44615384615385 67 0.98245614035088 5 0.6471981568274 3 0.602 39 0.44024514811032 5 0.059864290696937 26 0.041019684558014 42 67.051554745265 39 0.45772594752187 1 0.76273885350318 0.23726114649682 43.532858936794 29 54.416073670992 18 673.69358669834 60 79.1752522264 37 84.86158598598 14 0.164382 55 0.143654 56 0.178106 47 0.116379 33 0.298 43 0.418 73 0.15425531914894 60 0.090425531914894 45 NA NA NA NA 110.35735917626 8 5.0272562083586 14 0.33260153677278 64 6.7 7 192 16 68.6 16 50.9 14 9.2 40 Great South Coast Southern Grampians-Glenelg Primary Care Partnership 3 1.08 48 0.48 55 0.24 22 0.91 15 0.18 52 18 0.43383031114091 44 0.413 37 463.3555420957 33 0.1118954248366 75 Hamilton Base Hospital 0.77936414483368 13 3.35 17 3.31 11 0.01% 78 0.01% 59 42.337976983646 15 6.04 13 392.97395517868 14 206.72319806178 11 3152.262595702 77 4602.9674286296 73 3877.3413430872 74 635.00507326669 3 580.26325660577 9 4.9061175045427 46 29.073288915809 2
Stonnington (C) 0.129388 77 0.107337 71 0.145552 72 0.1710459 21 0.72 20 0.101179 53 0.459 9 0.5057388 20 0.435513 66 0.368159 66 0.506754 59 0.095 66 0.547 79 0.256201 46 0.250846 48 0.251026 43 0.354 13 0.632 9 0.0151417 30 0.7437179 2 0.62196307094266 14 0.94520547945205 33 0.50541349319121 69 0.673 7 0.33877741483901 66 0.034712151554911 76 0.024649475017714 75 26.873697843347 76 0.41851441241685 11 0.75496688741722 0.24503311258278 41.732438831886 34 32.951854775059 75 413.86841386841 77 81.926709924975 4 85.845246945514 3 0.130201 74 0.122258 69 0.137612 69 0.101587 52 0.256 69 0.509 36 0.16286149162861 58 0.07587253414264 62 0.3450852 32 0.7495618 2 42.787384733348 67 2.4314453479691 59 0.41075218108937 15 4.8 77 124.7 72 52.6 71 30.4 70 4.4 68 Bayside Inner South East Partnership in Community & Health 10 1.79 5 0.51 51 0.37 8 0.68 34 0.18 53 23 1 1 0.689 3 381.65620775238 69 0.64318380078776 2 Alfred, The [Prahran] 0.6069788116758 23 3.62 8 2.90 44 0.01% 70 0.02% 49 22.478258237656 76 5.17 48 153.23150184628 63 67.384329788737 54 3980.084310026 48 5173.8411877193 65 4589.0172947565 55 184.18742883121 50 424.48298989012 32 3.1780302265986 70 7.4860267559878 70
Strathbogie (S) 0.197568 39 0.225482 13 0.19634 47 NA NA 0.714 25 0.18118 2 0.398 25 NA NA 0.506691 30 0.403467 49 0.604473 15 0.102 57 0.766 9 0.216915 62 0.203615 74 0.234445 49 0.221 59 0.455 50 NA NA NA NA 0.56842105263158 26 0.95238095238095 25 0.5320351758794 54 0.583 46 0.37829457364341 47 0.069072737368129 9 0.048075909330522 19 77.29905865315 29 0.3953488372093 30 0.67647058823529 0.32352941176471 44.444444444444 27 59.459459459459 7 700.765203383 55 78.419048933101 53 82.825103522468 69 0.146909 68 0.143248 57 0.129919 73 0.081138 74 0.371 9 0.671 2 0.22619047619048 25 0.14285714285714 11 NA NA NA NA 63.084597796716 31 2.4942839326543 56 0.43986820428336 8 6.3 22 162.8 52 60.5 53 41.5 43 8.6 45 Goulburn Valley Goulburn Valley Primary Care Partnership 2 0.84 70 0.73 24 0.10 62 0.73 28 0.21 35 8 0.12752892999212 63 0.379 48 549.5738931615 7 0.3178895612708 30 Goulburn Valley Health [Shepparton] 0.45467147213751 43 2.94 59 3.47 7 0.04% 22 0.01% 61 44.68925379339 13 6.72 4 206.92163791312 51 61.733527333195 56 4477.1818051484 32 6567.1022106851 18 5509.7203925767 22 202.70015916133 46 508.37199917663 17 4.3649968821451 52 16.420702556641 13
Surf Coast (S) 0.140039 71 0.139441 61 0.133845 74 NA NA 0.743 10 0.16284 9 0.479 6 NA NA 0.3715 79 0.317982 78 0.408727 79 0.078 73 0.708 37 0.180813 79 0.169302 78 0.199356 66 0.28 36 0.747 3 NA NA NA NA 0.67335243553009 3 0.90756302521008 68 0.61510854479198 8 0.699 4 0.43478260869565 7 0.035119023480271 75 0.024813512155529 74 36.026331538001 71 0.33523654159869 67 0.72506082725061 0.27493917274939 40.49225883287 40 42.874156411274 55 643.99383983573 67 81.190053467526 9 86.251159712309 2 0.16254 58 0.120166 71 0.198505 30 0.062386 77 0.263 66 0.468 56 0.13988095238095 69 0.049853372434018 73 NA NA NA NA 46.465103989733 61 1.9250368021742 69 0.40942323314379 17 5 71 119.1 75 51.1 72 26.6 74 0 74 Barwon G21 Health and Wellbeing Pillar 2 1.29 21 0.42 64 0.04 72 0.53 53 0.15 63 10 0.32202344339291 52 0.54 13 346.6953534896 74 0.45291235710397 16 Geelong Hospital 0.79442786069652 12 3.23 25 2.81 58 0.05% 10 0.03% 12 24.534782772808 71 3.74 79 152.30438228966 64 53.108368248217 66 3918.9659941925 49 5510.7987366228 47 4705.6646767663 47 458.1023365479 7 747.73378862226 2 3.2838863095912 68 5.3221605707168 77
Swan Hill (RC) 0.195695 42 0.202207 28 0.200483 43 NA NA 0.716 23 0.131094 24 0.285 71 NA NA 0.514684 23 0.435805 34 0.578528 31 0.155 19 0.698 41 0.28894 19 0.27338 37 0.296189 21 0.228 55 0.373 73 NA NA NA NA 0.42073170731707 74 0.95161290322581 27 0.61098795189769 13 0.529 72 0.36525423728814 55 0.057263223591824 34 0.040735488287936 44 84.38652955491 23 0.38164603058995 40 0.73473282442748 0.26526717557252 34.741413343861 57 48.953809711804 33 740.57272469521 39 77.313851302821 68 83.744102241376 47 0.202561 21 0.259967 2 0.159093 59 0.119767 28 0.313 33 0.502 39 0.23371647509579 22 0.12977099236641 16 NA NA NA NA 128.66058569371 5 4.8487758041287 17 0.29701492537313 75 6.4 19 199.2 12 65.9 27 45.6 30 10.1 32 Lower Murray Northern Mallee Primary Care Partnership 4 1.18 33 0.82 15 0.10 65 0.82 21 0.19 47 17 0.38366150988275 49 0.318 76 549.54392702832 8 0.14029876823622 70 Swan Hill District Health [Swan Hill] 0.69058022558683 15 2.76 72 2.75 65 0.02% 50 0.01% 74 51.512241958713 5 4.45 69 573.21171387422 2 334.61353816611 2 3692.3526280536 63 5192.0107199866 62 4418.3005061391 63 311.76599475331 19 522.28609421478 14 11.233797407585 5 15.074411905905 17
Towong (S) 0.173616 60 0.154772 53 0.165118 65 NA NA 0.728 16 0.116352 36 0.322 57 NA NA 0.449083 61 0.436177 33 0.435022 76 0.099 60 0.707 38 0.21318 68 0.277138 31 0.123167 79 0.162 77 0.477 41 NA NA NA NA 0.56140350877193 31 1 1 0.28962424209378 77 0.617 32 0.40182648401826 31 0.055972101133391 39 0.041398031896844 40 70.816676185037 33 0.37526205450734 44 0.62569832402235 0.37430167597765 43.72197309417 28 71.748878923767 3 672.20543806647 61 78.560568244171 47 83.44319545073 55 0.132158 73 0.13862 59 0.091238 78 0.111543 38 0.296 45 0.52 30 0.27692307692308 9 0.10769230769231 29 NA NA NA NA 47.834843907351 58 2.5176233635448 55 0.33333333333333 62 6.6 17 156.2 56 67.3 21 36 58 0 74 Hume Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership 2 0.87 68 1.34 6 0.00 73 0.67 37 0.50 6 11 0.056708108996413 76 0.412 38 310.17119838872 76 0.18993506493506 60 Albury Wodonga Health  Wodonga 0.55444221776887 27 5.88 1 5.33 1 0.01% 77 -0.01% 79 25.847599865727 68 19.95 1 177.07284323599 56 85.431352802954 46 3087.8790327848 78 4281.530699096 78 3684.6144093324 79 246.90344032802 27 526.99282693669 13 2.8533064786841 73 11.245384357167 40
Wangaratta (RC) 0.116241 79 0.097273 75 0.127972 76 NA NA 0.74 12 0.104801 49 0.352 47 NA NA 0.41861 73 0.325202 77 0.521751 53 0.119 44 0.726 28 0.21581 64 0.255713 43 0.16743 73 0.247 45 0.48 38 NA NA NA NA 0.54045307443366 41 0.96 17 0.55728818828229 42 0.646 20 0.42610837438424 11 0.056995221259567 36 0.045161290322581 26 77.375122428991 28 0.39561487130601 29 0.74096385542169 0.25903614457831 40.849234076861 38 46.761623219565 41 750.7524454477 35 79.240966798434 34 83.020589288996 63 0.202209 22 0.129359 65 0.28309 1 0.103174 50 0.255 70 0.466 57 0.17910447761194 53 0.080597014925373 55 NA NA NA NA 142.8992991516 1 4.5739579490963 22 0.33066597831699 65 5.9 43 163.4 51 60.3 55 32.5 67 11.3 26 Hume Central Hume Primary Care Partnership 2 1.22 28 0.77 18 0.22 26 0.92 12 0.18 50 24 0.46807241599597 42 0.408 40 462.59682773884 34 0.19687425245196 57 Northeast Health Wangaratta 0.83032168387609 8 2.89 63 2.80 59 0.02% 66 0.02% 45 39.763924751014 21 4.88 58 506.0125414976 5 307.52489856142 4 3076.5020180151 79 4296.0231234004 77 3695.8224227774 78 141.8486600563 73 438.76916034364 25 7.2666912578384 21 18.443378827001 8
Warrnambool (C) 0.213689 26 0.198729 29 0.231397 28 NA NA 0.672 52 0.141088 16 0.387 28 NA NA 0.530515 15 0.452449 22 0.62463 9 0.103 53 0.735 23 0.299206 12 0.278377 29 0.321342 11 0.282 34 0.505 28 NA NA NA NA 0.57241379310345 24 0.97761194029851 9 0.6310124264232 4 0.634 23 0.39633027522936 34 0.051012679071299 48 0.036125768882505 57 68.985762512843 36 0.42498816848083 9 0.771714922049 0.228285077951 44.772188569924 25 48.195944166447 36 746.38361826038 37 77.477324347264 66 84.18899362563 31 0.16003 59 0.121217 70 0.185646 41 0.099354 57 0.282 55 0.481 51 0.19950738916256 40 0.11083743842365 28 NA NA NA NA 141.84462444772 2 6.8421698576338 7 0.34674453817867 58 5.9 43 184.5 20 73.7 9 48.4 21 8.5 46 Great South Coast South West Primary Care Partnership 2 1.59 11 0.61 37 0.25 20 0.68 35 0.18 51 15 0.75258469354028 25 0.36 59 550.19636720668 6 0.20538701762213 54 South West Healthcare [Warrnambool] 0.89108007579479 4 2.98 54 2.94 35 0.04% 27 0.02% 33 59.462444771723 2 3.88 78 548.84634266078 3 255.92169857634 5 3670.1856066954 65 5298.5540721751 55 4503.0704623713 58 217.75506726424 39 414.16159852218 35 10.73883161512 6 32.523318605793 1
Wellington (S) 0.20576 30 0.215232 20 0.192463 50 NA NA 0.696 41 0.095441 59 0.378 35 NA NA 0.47697 48 0.399807 53 0.544521 48 0.092 70 0.744 15 0.239987 56 0.261525 40 0.210754 60 0.205 69 0.431 60 NA NA NA NA 0.46019417475728 61 0.9758064516129 11 0.60245048896011 15 0.593 42 0.41756815231502 18 0.06047113642247 25 0.046772052612526 22 79.298513152878 27 0.41212121212121 16 0.71783088235294 0.28216911764706 36.90036900369 46 39.565395653957 64 756.76425697239 27 77.987414271821 59 83.113753577326 61 0.181502 36 0.116353 74 0.230503 13 0.110597 40 0.3 41 0.578 11 0.1925601750547 45 0.1036717062635 35 NA NA NA NA 114.17332220765 7 6.3893193467636 10 0.31175610774692 69 6.7 7 184.5 20 67.1 24 51.5 11 11.8 22 Gippsland Wellington Primary Care Partnership 4 1.11 44 0.55 47 0.14 49 0.64 40 0.29 16 37 0.26829248929842 56 0.369 52 488.78293002742 21 0.13125548726953 71 Central Gippsland Health Service [Sale] 0.63814496659368 19 2.87 65 2.86 49 0.04% 30 0.01% 62 38.335916080582 27 5.17 47 427.41685540589 8 245.65502443676 7 3710.724319229 61 5290.3027334716 56 4482.5661937273 61 230.94881954397 35 296.25158920813 64 5.3164858743593 37 12.373346048397 29
West Wimmera (S) 0.231695 15 0.246826 5 0.221032 35 NA NA 0.599 79 0.123842 27 0.278 75 NA NA 0.545202 10 0.452229 23 0.634087 6 0.14 25 0.755 12 0.214392 67 0.234045 60 0.207459 62 0.217 60 0.397 71 NA NA NA NA 0.62790697674419 10 1 1 0.51192962417219 67 0.495 77 0.40458015267176 28 0.059268292682927 29 0.043754410726888 29 76.551168412571 30 0.41509433962264 13 0.69480519480519 0.30519480519481 42.274052478134 33 46.6472303207 43 674.34554973822 59 76.72719146847 75 84.97234830583 12 0.169391 49 0.174898 37 0.169091 54 0.107288 42 0.229 75 0.47 55 0.1875 48 0.083333333333333 51 NA NA NA NA 50.128235019818 53 1.8652366519002 73 0.45581395348837 4 6.7 7 205 8 80.6 4 65.6 3 0 74 Grampians Wimmera Primary Care Partnership 2 0.28 79 2.56 1 0.70 2 1.87 1 1.17 1 5 0.09016203198007 68 0.362 56 451.15411517836 42 0.064082687338501 79 Wimmera Base Hospital [Horsham] 0.31695196024296 65 4.48 2 4.42 2 0.01% 68 0.00% 75 40.802051760317 18 8.82 2 131.03287479599 68 55.257635812544 63 4775.9453696097 18 6114.1639182855 31 5422.0119471684 26 739.31785399193 2 654.99247541991 5 3.7304733038004 58 7.9272557705759 66
Whitehorse (C) 0.135915 73 0.071048 79 0.185932 53 0.1089297 32 0.721 19 0.088824 64 0.315 64 0.4465662 28 0.443625 63 0.337942 73 0.518256 56 0.1 59 0.553 78 0.258887 45 0.309715 11 0.233865 50 0.415 6 0.485 36 0.0231292 25 0.7370818 4 0.59251336898396 20 0.91489361702128 64 0.55556994365124 46 0.627 29 0.39397622906537 36 0.044517997517584 63 0.033699178665116 63 36.732887490165 70 0.3699974180222 48 0.77366829495231 0.22633170504769 33.048347582621 64 43.497825108745 51 652.01874549387 65 81.331567441354 7 85.295965892561 9 0.129318 75 0.13943 58 0.113422 75 0.090438 67 0.22 77 0.558 17 0.13831899404368 71 0.057742782152231 69 0.3578251 30 0.6628917 6 42.931406111322 66 2.117408393559 65 0.47548730064973 2 4.9 73 122.8 74 48.3 77 32 68 5.9 63 Inner East Melbourne Inner East Primary Care Partnership 7 1.40 16 0.58 43 0.30 9 0.73 26 0.20 41 52 1 1 0.595 9 486.56016229238 23 0.55816286644951 6 Box Hill Hospital 0.54967414703194 29 3.30 20 2.89 46 0.04% 31 0.02% 57 30.353746671738 53 5.56 25 184.1764929631 54 57.658171674908 59 4487.1527780002 31 5969.1060675895 37 5245.1453040794 32 146.89942066281 71 428.56247891736 30 3.524787625206 63 7.8610371497401 68
Whittlesea (C) 0.230667 18 0.207648 24 0.276135 11 0.2878615 3 0.677 50 0.062 71 0.207 79 0.6978135 1 0.497332 38 0.433043 39 0.562381 37 0.138 28 0.669 55 0.298709 13 0.293156 21 0.325857 8 0.29 31 0.314 79 0.0328896 11 0.6528636 22 0.44254473161034 69 0.93759750390016 36 0.50967300130993 68 0.569 58 0.32540478578593 76 0.054473416864206 42 0.046229935820452 23 64.533417110965 43 0.24695863746959 79 0.7192118226601 0.2807881773399 54.51078949649 12 40.90475777797 60 849.72076493485 2 80.230058385092 17 84.609294012317 21 0.204815 20 0.172168 40 0.254728 10 0.147191 11 0.419 2 0.5 40 0.22522026431718 26 0.10763316858869 30 0.370389 28 0.7018818 4 60.497222066334 36 3.4295477361867 39 0.39507318078747 24 5.9 43 144.1 66 60.2 56 36.8 54 7.4 55 Northern Melbourne Hume - Whittlesea Primary Care Partnership 1 1.16 37 0.29 75 0.11 58 0.27 73 0.08 76 43 0.77666551269297 22 0.391 45 479.91220357795 25 0.28851151187568 35 Northern Hospital, The [Epping] 0.34405303237824 60 2.87 67 2.66 69 0.08% 5 0.05% 6 35.193395314614 35 5.31 41 299.63023239863 20 107.78756757768 32 5899.6555219284 2 7756.3555637603 2 6829.5520737794 2 115.86703076835 79 179.72983754231 78 3.6664983070505 60 9.665089074708 48
Wodonga (RC) 0.201848 33 0.208401 23 0.203302 42 NA NA 0.751 5 0.113 40 0.408 20 NA NA 0.506286 32 0.390271 58 0.621453 11 0.184 9 0.715 34 0.253996 48 0.230437 63 0.277998 28 0.296 29 0.526 23 NA NA NA NA 0.45614035087719 64 0.91724137931034 62 0 79 0.624 31 0.40536105032823 26 0.051788168552797 46 0.041555223964639 39 66.220046379799 40 0.39925373134328 25 0.73520249221184 0.26479750778816 55.997349237906 9 41.418157720345 59 781.28472993999 9 80.319481910626 16 84.390528777955 24 0.187087 33 0.174813 38 0.206752 23 0.097782 60 0.308 34 0.555 19 0.24193548387097 16 0.13394919168591 13 NA NA NA NA 136.44813139861 3 7.8239880143162 5 0.30601870679138 72 6.1 29 183.5 22 65.2 33 49.8 17 9.5 37 Hume Upper Hume Primary Care Partnership 2 1.53 12 0.64 31 0.22 25 0.67 39 0.14 68 17 0.53387489883486 37 0.361 57 292.5117221097 77 0.11514749122641 74 Albury Wodonga Health  Wodonga 0.88841247722157 5 3.23 26 3.27 12 0.01% 71 0.03% 17 28.74344532919 62 5.41 35 589.2406292484 1 397.41419970591 1 3497.6027103231 71 5174.9098330026 64 4334.0269195073 67 199.1088986768 47 279.41414935158 71 9.1279860167023 15 18.200482756707 9
Wyndham (C) 0.23147 17 0.240243 8 0.225985 31 0.1793863 18 0.663 58 0.12 31 0.281 74 0.5261552 17 0.570791 4 0.525735 2 0.600646 16 0.188 7 0.658 60 0.286707 22 0.255989 42 0.32221 10 0.328 19 0.526 23 0.0321446 14 0.6861436 13 0.40620106482931 75 0.93210586881473 44 0.48014845960619 74 0.508 75 0.32575008242664 75 0.035735412038437 74 0.030351042233995 71 38.465944640764 69 0.29290359061351 73 0.76061776061776 0.23938223938224 44.513597618725 26 46.137193884454 44 758.16993464052 26 80.090403820104 19 84.355616279704 25 0.200879 23 0.205334 16 0.190921 38 0.086856 70 0.362 12 0.495 41 0.23651452282158 19 0.13115603939865 15 0.4647481 10 0.615918 13 62.84103638926 33 4.9265830713451 16 0.33323749281196 63 5.5 58 157.6 54 65.9 27 43.3 38 8.3 47 South Western Melbourne HealthWest (a) - Hobson's Bay, Maribyrnong, Wyndham PCP 3 0.89 66 0.26 76 0.11 59 0.24 76 0.09 75 40 0.68603020795753 29 0.483 22 362.6940820776 73 0.25851447169592 43 Mercy Public Hospitals Inc [Werribee] 0.43347591427228 47 2.83 69 2.61 73 0.09% 2 0.06% 3 25.391777785808 70 4.74 61 288.62669991207 23 151.48339536733 19 5162.8445990075 10 7109.367905091 8 6140.1716058345 8 165.4126001549 61 183.83809644232 77 5.4144232043267 34 9.244871655886 55
Yarra (C) 0.198948 37 0.198529 30 0.170634 60 0.2711325 4 0.686 44 0.16 10 0.482 5 0.6656019 2 0.447144 62 0.401608 50 0.469946 73 0.055 78 0.603 75 0.248838 50 0.234749 59 0.24309 44 0.434 4 0.677 5 0.0202858 28 0.6713741 17 0.71851145038168 1 0.93298969072165 43 0.53103863759488 55 0.661 13 0.34138688421713 65 0.04093051945191 69 0.031285006680793 70 48.452615951841 58 0.36471433704635 51 0.6935960591133 0.3064039408867 20.678092399404 76 44.336810730253 48 622.21132630547 69 79.600110407453 26 84.65713417091 19 0.175358 39 0.157402 49 0.205012 25 0.118713 31 0.279 58 0.532 28 0.22201138519924 30 0.10606060606061 31 0.4314231 19 0.5741468 23 54.559260899829 48 4.4675061697146 23 0.35536998376247 54 5.1 68 180.4 27 65.6 31 47.9 23 8.9 43 Inner North West Melbourne Inner North West Primary Care Partnership 4 1.87 3 0.75 21 0.27 18 0.59 44 0.25 21 28 0.99997468835031 5 0.536 14 366.98095298361 72 0.41083560368314 19 St Vincents Hospital 0.51486771247951 35 3.35 18 2.92 39 0.02% 55 0.02% 42 22.691893944188 75 5.32 40 238.63823324685 40 117.25621717395 26 4705.9941606307 19 5849.8985082634 40 5283.0065400988 31 231.19567647377 34 302.8381797383 59 8.9729798139594 16 12.352085047143 31
Yarra Ranges (S) 0.209685 27 0.203606 27 0.215814 37 0.1903335 14 0.655 65 0.128 25 0.429 16 0.550633 12 0.43577 65 0.448735 26 0.423174 78 0.121 42 0.679 45 0.262953 38 0.259118 41 0.26196 34 0.272 37 0.509 27 0.0324048 13 0.6715317 16 0.52944214876033 43 0.8937875751503 72 0.5623213211119 36 0.644 21 0.38353870080153 44 0.039976683266646 71 0.031391189433409 69 47.848253264 59 0.33814741035857 65 0.72655866470299 0.27344133529701 34.825448059118 56 35.335088762422 71 729.53513851933 45 80.067254041231 20 84.325765891403 26 0.188615 31 0.210881 13 0.168674 55 0.117355 32 0.282 55 0.536 25 0.18079096045198 52 0.08030112923463 56 0.4743589 7 0.6145094 15 71.352703120588 26 3.6503220081477 34 0.38675334463916 32 5.3 65 151.8 58 59.7 58 35.2 62 9.6 36 Eastern Melbourne Outer East Primary Care Partnership 2 0.96 61 0.38 68 0.11 57 0.42 65 0.14 66 81 0.55848782472899 34 0.516 20 428.82880460357 52 0.40362125725035 20 Maroondah Hospital [East Ringwood] 0.39242436190626 51 3.01 49 2.83 55 0.04% 18 0.03% 24 29.995832044853 56 4.79 59 273.98927087675 26 115.10278715194 28 4054.5230632829 45 5870.1622177727 39 4961.608390569 42 218.177067185 38 332.69574631852 53 5.0889387848394 42 9.1426112911249 57
Yarriambiack (S) 0.225393 20 0.245751 6 0.167076 63 NA NA 0.735 13 0.111 43 0.239 78 NA NA 0.504686 34 0.337672 74 0.600634 17 0.158 16 0.783 4 0.214527 66 0.216872 66 0.203943 65 0.244 47 0.445 56 NA NA NA NA 0.55844155844156 33 0.92857142857143 48 0.56445565784672 34 0.507 76 0.35860655737705 58 0.090569979110713 1 0.063742772528557 2 130.53263315829 3 0.41402116402116 14 0.69329073482428 0.30670926517572 49.73221117062 16 68.094873756695 4 642.93659621802 68 78.091101178255 58 84.762114628455 17 0.193305 25 0.169132 44 0.193902 33 0.097242 61 0.218 78 0.426 70 0.28985507246377 6 0.21739130434783 1 NA NA NA NA 74.094785404725 25 3.355235565497 40 0.40188679245283 21 6.2 26 171.3 41 62.9 38 49.1 19 12.7 15 Grampians Wimmera Primary Care Partnership 3 0.70 74 1.54 4 0.00 73 1.54 3 0.84 2 14 0.084412211674951 71 0.324 73 533.34265343213 10 0.15596330275229 66 Wimmera Base Hospital [Horsham] 0.54813664596273 30 3.53 11 3.39 9 -0.00% 79 -0.01% 78 52.285754228995 4 5.73 21 247.4486229554 36 112.81979588984 30 5352.8439552368 7 7567.2225747093 5 6466.4293635875 7 497.45236983504 5 552.91446938783 11 6.5706696490983 26 11.743324479239 33
Regions 0 0
Barwon S/W 0.18525588888889 6 0.158 7 0.213 6 0.1928436 2 0.705 3 0.14077555555556 1 0.409 1 0.6174564 1 0.442 8 0.394 8 0.491 8 0.14 4 0.695 5 0.245 8 0.244 8 0.246 7 0.274 4 0.519 3 0.0169487 8 0.6442592 7 0.53675838349097 2 0.9524959742351 2 0.61078368890113 1 0.615 3 0.40221128921335 4 0.056382635300003 5 0.040956085974483 6 67.203972631432 5 0.39745752252438 2 0.74609253700445 0.25390746299555 45.894100939972 1 48.68922300115 3 733.02884314584 6 79.353516792073 4 83.969697118378 6 0.162 7 0.181 3 0.141 8 0.094 8 0.296 7 NA NA 0.18489835430784 7 0.093208092485549 7 0.464829 4 0.597979 5 64.175524666122 5 4.2382120468793 5 0.38295251847448 3 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 24 1.26 2 0.54 6 0.18 4 0.62 5 0.20 5 189 0.61798787012347 4 0.44050983597292 4 446.39683837558 6 0.28638503385577 5 Geelong Hospital 0.5214411608686 1 3.01 6 2.87 5 0.03% 7 0.03% 2 37.688743526847 2 4.48 8 246.70209866449 6 96.36140637776 6 3997.2331511067 6 5508.6944461972 7 4755.7131644578 7 262.04473322042 3 437.07007438772 2 5.8953393295176 5 15.03952030526 2
Eastern 0.17779171428571 8 0.141 8 0.216 5 0.1840275 3 0.72 1 0.093926 7 0.357 5 0.5057539 7 0.466 7 0.405 7 0.53 7 0.096 8 0.635 8 0.269 4 0.273 3 0.263 4 0.365 1 0.535 2 0.0314299 5 0.6982848 3 0.56874738165061 1 0.92370394522335 8 0.56639651739266 4 0.639 1 0.3817743955303 6 0.043585175599108 8 0.031511121988911 8 36.050752221481 8 0.34004810583283 7 0.76274683171235 0.23725316828765 39.319259406155 5 47.801474697579 4 633.5634951838 8 82.01164958763 1 85.398275789746 1 0.162 7 0.158 8 0.168 7 0.098 7 0.282 8 NA NA 0.15784408084697 8 0.069948186528497 8 0.4442664 5 0.6407712 2 47.379213409475 8 2.5770266765487 8 0.4271978021978 1 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 44 1.26 1 0.53 7 0.26 1 0.58 6 0.18 8 358 0.90226646489295 1 0.59658876930722 1 451.84223895341 5 0.52170959427126 1 Box Hill Hospital 0.15007888243147 6 3.14 2 2.84 6 0.04% 4 0.02% 8 28.696984208548 8 5.23 5 201.53747373677 8 77.150525361809 8 4357.9548068478 3 5950.1001030708 4 5162.9299445466 3 155.27632784912 8 376.35335333972 6 3.6542685100551 8 7.4862964930873 8
Gippsland 0.232 1 0.227 1 0.241 1 0.0906312 8 0.682 8 0.117313 4 0.371 4 0.5614609 4 0.493 4 0.438 3 0.551 5 0.133 5 0.71 4 0.259 5 0.259 6 0.254 5 0.252 7 0.491 4 0.0472928 1 0.7289002 2 0.47298994974874 8 0.94587945879459 3 0.58613949452074 3 0.595 5 0.42583162489253 1 0.061872461497227 1 0.047388509127313 1 87.875592708813 1 0.38642372686516 4 0.71471069463037 0.28528930536963 36.579427875837 8 47.291539866099 5 763.16218087056 1 78.108484966394 8 84.012867781225 5 0.187 3 0.178 4 0.199 4 0.131 1 0.309 3 NA NA 0.23489208633094 1 0.12996777658432 1 0.4793612 3 0.635206 3 98.225408935053 1 5.9860146333373 2 0.33796678053952 6 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 15 1.21 4 0.61 3 0.16 6 0.64 4 0.21 3 185 0.34864018839021 7 0.37101160521717 8 491.92929405911 1 0.17653654061767 8 Latrobe Regional Hospital [Traralgon] 0.23360659639902 5 2.92 8 2.89 4 0.04% 1 0.02% 7 37.053893416541 3 5.66 2 381.4040135611 1 197.87789610099 1 4275.5932010972 4 6005.8027326661 3 5146.2088426804 4 327.57516640449 1 410.85643504091 3 7.6522248921013 1 12.361583054025 5
Grampians 0.209 3 0.201 2 0.217 4 0.1692952 4 0.685 7 0.10728027272727 6 0.374 3 0.5700124 3 0.525 1 0.476 1 0.577 3 0.141 3 0.726 3 0.257 6 0.27 4 0.243 8 0.266 5 0.469 6 0.0271093 6 0.6333255 8 0.50052687038988 4 0.94244604316547 4 0.56349854394604 5 0.562 8 0.41027627162406 2 0.060635294788568 2 0.045619595237017 2 85.743197981842 2 0.41006779172076 1 0.73848047836792 0.26151952163208 39.20638684689 6 43.751482096277 7 746.12299465241 5 79.050343234122 6 83.608816833075 7 0.188 2 0.169 5 0.211 1 0.125 3 0.305 5 NA NA 0.19449013157895 6 0.096430036930652 6 0.5003284 1 0.5521061 8 93.264179264501 2 6.0889532182552 1 0.31292810269675 7 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 23 1.02 8 0.59 4 0.15 8 0.66 3 0.23 2 166 0.44922552426035 5 0.3832662537302 5 469.71605732461 2 0.29405107232869 4 Ballarat Health Services [Base Campus] 0.39663464776968 2 3.10 4 3.05 2 0.04% 6 0.02% 6 36.35502662521 4 5.55 3 316.23691076087 3 173.4123154998 2 3986.8784396735 7 5599.2529891599 5 4798.9943398393 6 249.01312463551 4 378.19662228225 5 6.5669561488153 4 12.910546442229 4
Hume 0.21 2 0.191 3 0.23 3 0.1488613 6 0.707 2 0.13629733333333 2 0.354 7 0.5515717 5 0.502 3 0.417 5 0.589 1 0.146 2 0.73 1 0.254 7 0.252 7 0.254 5 0.247 8 0.46 7 0.046804 2 0.7378408 1 0.48046106269328 7 0.92567567567568 7 0.52481457295009 7 0.606 4 0.40444940280877 3 0.056890174753858 4 0.042433752008957 4 74.821230615551 4 0.37669145434597 5 0.71699029126214 0.28300970873786 44.484501239257 3 48.958702159848 2 752.77541494907 2 79.306719535706 5 84.106981028323 4 0.178 6 0.164 6 0.192 5 0.112 5 0.302 6 NA NA 0.20790155440415 5 0.10582524271845 4 0.4164213 8 0.665647 1 87.250206873828 3 4.8301762452681 3 0.3418161531199 5 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 26 1.19 5 0.68 1 0.16 7 0.69 2 0.20 4 210 0.34473364352062 8 0.37633536697885 7 416.9003748067 7 0.21491440786047 7 Goulburn Valley Health [Shepparton] 0.26235228169723 4 3.16 1 3.09 1 0.02% 8 0.03% 3 34.983206712822 5 5.67 1 314.40703034025 4 161.7697166671 3 3897.80602329 8 5476.9134089526 8 4684.8833326215 8 198.71892335889 5 387.29561793042 4 6.7472694526924 3 16.388900329875 1
Loddon Mallee 0.195 5 0.188 4 0.203 7 0.1419032 7 0.699 4 0.1173604 3 0.355 6 0.6162307 2 0.525 1 0.476 1 0.579 2 0.163 1 0.728 2 0.28 2 0.291 1 0.268 3 0.255 6 0.438 8 0.0382286 3 0.6524011 6 0.48725 6 0.95684210526316 1 0.59985610848903 2 0.595 5 0.39830228199757 5 0.058478784023014 3 0.04440300222606 3 85.151168250183 3 0.39065764600537 3 0.72036164523112 0.27963835476888 37.596992240621 7 49.169399781351 1 751.25871949322 3 78.64728118527 7 83.412348369893 8 0.186 4 0.193 2 0.178 6 0.125 3 0.327 2 NA NA 0.22114252061249 2 0.12004696213678 2 0.5003029 2 0.5846379 7 85.788679391933 4 3.6660168014975 6 0.30887127217818 8 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 31 1.21 3 0.63 2 0.17 5 0.72 1 0.25 1 214 0.39541386287372 6 0.37868027946606 6 468.11342630076 3 0.24262340447611 6 Bendigo Hospital, The 0.28193651518612 3 3.03 5 2.93 3 0.04% 5 0.02% 5 37.965295904554 1 4.92 7 325.90630282853 2 149.81767071915 4 4066.1090571981 5 5576.5894065249 6 4827.7215512204 5 289.7090876879 2 439.38401084215 1 7.3903271563757 2 14.770938720521 3
North & West 0.2 4 0.168 6 0.231 2 0.2166277 1 0.688 6 0.090992214285714 8 0.335 8 0.5190465 6 0.477 6 0.413 6 0.543 6 0.123 7 0.65 6 0.286 1 0.283 2 0.29 1 0.349 2 0.487 5 0.0322935 4 0.6564194 5 0.49708410067526 5 0.93025836107149 6 0.51757317393253 8 0.582 7 0.34488964667993 8 0.050739081689724 6 0.041057380634261 5 51.834990483025 6 0.32523041947986 8 0.73543035202964 0.26456964797036 43.279729998015 4 43.809145655483 6 750.53600831746 4 79.976135948889 3 84.212484746998 3 0.204 1 0.203 1 0.204 3 0.13 2 0.347 1 NA NA 0.2187025131502 3 0.10921183128172 3 0.4401489 6 0.6057926 4 57.723900530605 6 4.2691712471317 4 0.38220821694484 4 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 68 1.12 7 0.54 5 0.21 2 0.50 7 0.20 6 526 0.85480692443354 2 0.45021466632211 3 412.42833788654 8 0.32391513043478 3 Royal Melbourne Hospital - City Campus 0.10392109248955 8 3.00 7 2.76 8 0.04% 2 0.03% 1 29.55769893965 7 5.40 4 268.48726163077 5 117.98003932917 5 5140.4429361035 1 6796.6001700931 1 5971.9259761256 1 163.2439937664 7 258.20976467703 8 5.0047999485863 6 9.9332827229968 6
Southern 0.183 7 0.175 5 0.19 8 0.1560475 5 0.694 5 0.1121492 5 0.391 2 0.4586885 8 0.486 5 0.423 4 0.553 4 0.125 6 0.646 7 0.275 3 0.269 5 0.28 2 0.336 3 0.545 1 0.0262011 7 0.6679969 4 0.53291263192253 3 0.93566217112536 5 0.53184782772612 6 0.625 2 0.34853456873532 7 0.045970440934921 7 0.034822582379982 7 48.978868029381 7 0.36558389796732 6 0.73901024023673 0.26098975976327 44.925406436821 2 43.263497241692 8 659.01713043069 7 80.78625125247 2 84.474965747162 2 0.182 5 0.159 7 0.208 2 0.108 6 0.309 3 NA NA 0.21334862714173 4 0.10115896408642 5 0.4244042 7 0.5899406 6 54.152670030599 7 3.2222507413945 7 0.39962136915126 2 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 63 1.19 6 0.49 8 0.21 3 0.48 8 0.18 7 388 0.79645235667683 3 0.51744422471684 2 456.44236878084 4 0.445067619299 2 Frankston Hospital 0.14524972967863 7 3.11 3 2.79 7 0.04% 3 0.03% 4 31.961344964167 6 5.00 6 236.9461803308 7 91.13297359266 7 4667.2813375389 2 6313.2788030048 2 5497.1513980589 2 180.53790242198 6 327.65831169797 7 4.4270402661612 7 8.4829155607173 7
Totals
Metro 0.187 2 0.163 2 0.212 2 NA NA 0.692 2 0.099022471428571 2 0.359 2 NA NA 0.477 2 0.413 2 0.544 2 0.128 1 0.656 2 0.278 1 0.275 1 0.281 1 0.335 1 0.505 2 NA NA NA NA 0.52393536829783 1 0.92032724056604 2 0.53502457923038 2 NA NA 0.3562802574879 2 0.047362542041939 2 0.036628863420525 2 47.065027568135 2 0.34355293665913 2 0.74471621602258 0.25528378397742 42.681503178494 1 44.796077557388 2 684.69512019369 2 80.827266398763 1 84.655586180997 1 0.185 1 0.175 2 0.195 1 0.114 2 0.33 1 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 53.970253673993 2 3.5046504343026 2 0.3977874888946 1 NA NA 148.2 2 59.5 2 36.8 2 7.1 2 175 1.18 2 0.52 2 0.22 1 0.52 2 0.19 2 1272 0.84771865650039 1 0.51106962705129 1 436.62020167256 2 0.41639927486465 1 NA NA 2 3.06 1 2.79 2 0.04% 1 0.03% 2 30.123832280121 2 5.22 1 241.45262271935 2 99.017145015712 2 4778.7911021619 1 6412.4966670648 1 5601.6317394945 1 166.92083285041 2 307.8497112526 2 4.4784754490706 2 8.8483965475822 2
Rural 0.205 1 0.191 1 0.22 1 NA NA 0.708 1 0.12380531232323 1 0.369 1 NA NA 0.493 1 0.438 1 0.551 1 0.119 2 0.675 1 0.259 2 0.263 2 0.255 2 0.311 2 0.511 1 NA NA NA NA 0.49813596491228 2 0.93158777623806 1 0.58380723140231 1 NA NA 0.40745099527986 1 0.058598286400145 1 0.043876044553381 1 79.145928140724 1 0.39208722944428 1 0.72847131817301 0.27152868182699 41.041526637248 2 47.84476460446 1 748.45567077691 1 78.904732191405 2 83.816961959105 2 0.179 2 0.179 1 0.181 2 0.115 1 0.292 2 NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA NA 83.936005475947 1 4.8335334447973 1 0.33675907822396 2 NA NA 182.1 1 65.9 1 46.8 1 11.4 1 119 1.19 1 0.60 1 0.16 2 0.67 1 0.22 1 964 0.44313607203285 2 0.39346180088849 2 457.51512057183 1 0.24424932322436 2 NA NA 1 3.04 2 2.95 1 0.03% 2 0.03% 1 36.917058473692 1 5.17 2 311.9452517477 1 150.74424632786 1 4043.5654030345 2 5622.8073983706 2 4836.7705045209 2 267.0005831381 1 413.9760730682 1 6.8035559994165 1 14.412934681374 1
Victoria 0.191 0.169 0.214 NA NA 0.698 0.102 0.363 NA NA 0.482 0.419 0.548 0.124 0.663 0.274 0.272 0.275 0.326 0.507 NA NA NA NA 0.51762908564613 0.93427814139666 0.54674699053498 0.607 0.3713920836501 0.050325474719573 0.03847242886776 54.806670148977 0.35863785687676 0.7391567118372 0.2608432881628 42.169477174395 45.747924737638 704.50750423656 80.272287976215 84.413576690906 0.183 0.175 0.192 0.114 0.315 0.531 0.20324039317702 0.099895506792059 NA NA NA NA 61.69110055676 3.8469419061361 0.37640401720992 5.7 158.2 61.4 39.8 8.4 294 1.18 0.54 0.21 0.56 0.20 2238 0.74346847286838 0.47951705491504 425.48160402535 0.3704892808848 NA NA 3.05 2.87 0.04% 0.03% 31.873912960207 5.21 259.61337971852 112.34367676654 4572.7868812672 6197.4715885351 5390.7709631444 196.87735138165 339.61614067756 5.0773995821864 10.281819978802

Sheet 3 (Definitions)

Data items Data definitions
Description Description A description of the Local Government Area and its key characteristics based on the data included in the profiles.
Metro/rural This item specifies whether the local government area (LGA) is in a metropolitan or rural departmental region. Source: Department of Human Services/Department of Health. Currency: 2012
DH region The departmental region in which the LGA is located. Source: Department of Human Services/Department of Health. Currency: 2012
Area of LGA (sq km) The land area of the Local Government Area in square kilometres. Source: Australian Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC), digital boundaries, ABS. Currency: 2010
ASGC code The numeric code for the LGA in the Australian Standard Geographical Classification. This code facilitates accurate linking of data. LGA names may have multiple spellings (for example, Latrobe versus La Trobe, Hobsons Bay versus Hobson s Bay, etc) which can create problems when attempting to link data. Source: Australian Standard Geographical Classification (ASGC), digital boundaries, ABS. Currency: 2010
Most populous community The name of the town or suburb in the LGA with the largest population. This is determined by aggregating Estimated Resident Population at Statistical Area 1 level to ABS state suburb (metropolitan areas) and ABS urban centre/locality (rural areas). Source: 2011 Estimated resident population (preliminary) by SA1, 2011 ABS state suburb digital boundaries, 2011 ABS urban centres/localities digital boundaries, ABS SA1 to state suburb and urban centres/localities correspondences Currency: 2011 (ERP), 2011 (boundaries)
Distance to Melbourne The distance by road to the most populous community in the LGA from the former Melbourne General Post Office (GPO) via the shortest practical route. The travel time in hours and minutes to the most populous community in the LGA from the former Melbourne GPO via the quickest practical route. The calculations were performed using ArcGIS Network Analyst and NAVTEQ road network, assuming travel by car. Source: ESRI ArcGIS, NAVTEQ road network. Currency: 2012
Remoteness area The remoteness of the LGA as measured by the Accessibility/Remoteness Index of Australia (ARIA+). ARIA uses the distances by road from a locality to different categories of towns to assign the locality a value between 0 (most accessible) and 12 (most remote), and a corresponding descriptor. Values and descriptors are calculated for all localities in Australia. In this document, the average ARIA value of the LGA has been converted to the corresponding ARIA category. Categories are: between 0 (most accessible) and 12 (most remote), and a corresponding descriptor. Categories are: Highly accessible (0-1.84), Accessible (>1.84-3.51), Moderately accessible (>3.51-5.80), Remote (>5.80-9.08), Very remote (>9.08-12). Source: National Key Centre for Social Applications of Geographic Information Systems. Currency: 2006
ARIA measures (low/average/high) The minimum, average and maximum grid values in the LGA, as provided by the ARIA+ product. Source: Accessibility Remoteness Index of Australia (ARIA+) 2006, (released March 2008), National Key Centre for Social Applications of Geographic Information Systems. Currency: 2006
%Business The proportion of the LGA s total area assigned to business land use. Land use is based on planning zones, which reflect the primary character of land and indicate the type of use and development which may be appropriate in that zone. Business land use includes business zones, for uses such as retail services and offices. Source: Planning Zones, Department of Planning and Community Development. Currency: 2012
%Industrial The proportion of the LGA s total area assigned to industrial land use. Land use is based on planning zones, which reflect the primary character of land, and indicate the type of use and development which may be appropriate in that zone. Industrial land use includes industrial zones, for uses such as manufacturing, and storage and distribution of goods. Source: Planning Zones, Department of Planning and Community Development. Currency: 2012
%Residential The proportion of the LGA s total area assigned to residential land use. Land use is based on planning zones, which reflect the primary character of land, and indicate the type of use and development which may be appropriate in that zone. Residential land use includes residential developments at a range of densities and also includes mixed use zones, which may allow for other uses which do not adversely affect the amenity of the neighbourhood. Source: Planning Zones, Department of Planning and Community Development. Currency: 2012
%Rural The proportion of the LGA s total area assigned to rural land use. Land use is based on planning zones, which reflect the primary character of land, and indicate the type of use and development which may be appropriate in that zone. Rural land use includes farming zones and Rural Conservation zones. Source: Planning Zones, Department of Planning and Community Development. Currency: 2012
%Other The proportion of the LGA s total area not assigned to business, industrial, residential or rural land use. This includes Public Land, Special Purpose Land (eg, special use, urban floodway and priority development zones), and Commonwealth Land. Source: Planning Zones, Department of Planning and Community Development. Currency: 2012
Demographics Per annum population change 2001-2011 The per annum population change for the LGA/region over the historic period 2001 2011. Source: 2010 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2011
Per annum projected population change 2011-2021 The projected per annum population change for the LGA and for Victoria over the period, 2011 2021. Estimated Resident Population numbers are used for 2011, and Victoria in Future 2012 population projections from the Department of Planning and Community Development are used for 2021. Source: 2011 Estimated Resident Population, ABS, and VIF2012 population projections, Department of Planning and Community Development. Currency: 2011 (ABS), 2012 (DPCD)
ERP 2011 Females 0-14 The number of females in the LGA, aged 0-14 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Females 15-24 The number of females in the LGA, aged 15-24 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Females 25-44 The number of females in the LGA, aged 25-44 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Females 45-64 The number of females in the LGA, aged 45-64 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Females 65-84 The number of females in the LGA, aged 65-84 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Females 85+ The number of females in the LGA, aged 85+ in 2011.Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Females Total The number of females in the LGA in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Males 0-14 The number of males in the LGA, aged 0-14 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Males 15-24 The number of males in the LGA, aged 15-24 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Males 25-44 The number of males in the LGA, aged 25-44 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Males 45-64 The number of males in the LGA, aged 45-64 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Males 65-84 The number of males in the LGA, aged 65-84 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Males 85+ The number of males in the LGA, aged 85+ in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Males Total The number of males in the LGA in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Total 0-14 The population aged 0-14 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Total 15-24 The population aged 15-24 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Total 25-44 The population aged 25-44 in 2011.Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Total 45-64 The population aged 45-64 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Total 65-84 The population aged 65-84 in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Total 85+ The population aged 85+ in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 Total The total population in 2011. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 %0-14 The percentage of the total LGA/region population aged 0-14. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 %15-24 The percentage of the total LGA/region population aged 15-24. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 %25-44 The percentage of the total LGA/region population aged 25-44. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 %45-64 The percentage of the total LGA/region population aged 45-64. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 %65-84 The percentage of the total LGA/region population aged 65-84. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
ERP 2011 %85+ The percentage of the total LGA/region population aged 85+. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 (revised figures), as reported in Population by Age and Sex, Victoria, electronic delivery (released August 2012), ABS
Total fertility rate The total fertility rate represents the average number of children that a woman in a particular LGA could expect to bear during her reproductive lifetime if current fertility rates in that LGA continue. The ABS calculates LGA fertility rates as average rates over three years ending in the reference year. Note that total fertility rate data was not available at regional and rural/metropolitan levels. Source: Births, Australia, 2011, Catalogue number 3301.0, released October 2012, ABS. Currency: 2011
RANK total fertility rate The rank of the LGA/region in relation to total fertility rate.
Diversity %ATSI population The percentage of the population who are identified as being Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander. Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B07  Indigenous status by age by Sex. Population: Persons. Currency:2011
RANK ATSI population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to ATSI population
%Born overseas The percentage of the population who were born overseas. Source:Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABSCensus table: B09  Country of Birth of Person by Sex. Population: Persons. Currency: 2011
RANK born overseas The rank of the LGA/region in relation to population born overseas
%Born overseas in non-English speaking country The percentage of the population who were born overseas in a non-English speaking country. This excludes those born in New Zealand, Canada, United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, South Africa and the United States of America. Source:Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABSCensus table: B09  Country of Birth of Person by Sex. Population: Persons.Currency:2011
RANK born in non-English speaking country The rank of the LGA in relation to population born overseas in non-English speaking country
Top 5 overseas countries of birth The five overseas countries in which the highest percentages of LGA population were born, and the percentage born in each. The percentage is not included where less than 1.0%. For brevity,  United Kingdom is used in place of  United Kingdom, Channel Islands and Isle of Man ; and  China is used in place of  China excluding SARs and Taiwan . Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table :B09  Country of Birth of Person by Sex. Population: Persons. Currency:2011
% who speak a language other than English at home The percentage of the population who speak a language other than English at home. Source: Basic Community Profile, 2006 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B13  Language Spoken at Home by Sex. Population: Persons. Currency:2011
RANK speak language other than English The rank of the LGA/region in relation to speaking a language other than English at home.
Top 5 languages other than English spoken at home The five languages most frequently spoken at home, other than English, and the percentage of people that speak that language. The percentage is not included where less than 1.0%. Source:Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B13  Language Spoken at Home by Sex. Population: Persons. Currency: 2011
% Low English proficiency The percentage of the population who indicated in the 2011 Census that they spoke English  not well or  not at all .Source:Expanded Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:X05  Language spoken at home by proficiency in spoken English language by sex. Population: Persons. Currency: 2011
RANK low English proficiency The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population that speak a language other than English at home.
New settler arrivals per 100,000 population The number of arrivals from overseas per 100,000 population during the 2010 11 financial year under the permanent resident visa category. Data is based on the stated LGA of intended residence, not the actual LGA of residence after arrival. Source: Settlement Database, Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) and 2010 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2011-12
RANK new settler arrivals The rank of the LGA/region in relation to new settler arrivals per 100,000 population.
%Humanitarian arrivals The number of individuals arriving from overseas under the permanent resident visa category of humanitarian. Data is based on the stated LGA of intended residence, not the actual LGA of residence after arrival. The Humanitarian Program is designed to ensure that Australia can respond effectively to global humanitarian situations and that support services are available to meet the specific needs of these entrants. The Humanitarian Program has two components: " The onshore (asylum or protection) component offers protection to people in Australia who meet the refugee definition in the United Nations Refugees Convention. " The offshore (resettlement) component offers resettlement for people outside Australia who are in need of humanitarian assistance. Source: Settlement Database, Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC). Currency: 2011 12
RANK humanitarian arrivals The rank of the LGA/region in relation to humanitarian arrivals as a percentage of new settlers.
Community acceptance of diverse cultures The percentage of the LGA population who disagreed or strongly disagreed with the statement "Australia is weakened by people from various racial, cultural, ethnic and religious backgrounds sticking to their old ways". A number of survey respondents (5%) did not know or refused to answer this survey question, and have been excluded from the analysis. Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK community acceptance of diverse cultures The rank of the LGA/Region in relation to community acceptance of diverse cultures
Social Engagement and Crime IRSED A measure of relative socio-economic disadvantage in a given geographic area. The ABS uses census data to produce the Index of Relative Socio-Economic Disadvantage (IRSED). It is based on a range of census variables considered to reflect levels of disadvantage, including income level, employment status and level of educational attainment. IRSED scores are standardised across census collection districts so that the average IRSED score across Australia is 1,000. Scores lower than 1,000 indicate relatively disadvantaged areas; the lower the score, the greater the level of relative disadvantage. Source: 2006 Census of Population and Housing, ABS. Currency: 2006
RANK IRSED The rank of the LGA/region in relation to Index of Relative Socio-economic Disadvantage.
%households with broadband internet connected The percentage of households in the LGA with broadband internet connected. Source:Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B35  Type of Internet Connection by Dwelling Structure. Population: Occupied private dwellings. Currency: 2011
RANK households with broadband internet connected The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of households with internet connected.
Gaming machine losses per head of population The total amount of money lost on electronic gaming machines that are located in an LGA, per head of adult population. The expenditure is a calculation of all monies spent on gaming machines within the LGA, which is then divided by the number of adult (18+) residents within that LGA. It does not take into account how much of the expenditure comes from residents of other LGAs. Source: Victorian Commission for Gambling Regulations. Population: People 18 years of age or older. Currency: 2011 12
RANK gaming machine losses The rank of the LGA/region in relation to gaming machine losses per head of adult population.
Family incidents per 1,000 population The number of family violence incidents reported to police per 1,000 population. Incidents are not necessarily offences; typically only about 25% of incidents result in a formal charge. Provided as a rate per 100,000 population (converted to rate per 1,000 population by DH). Source: Corporate Statistics, Victoria Police and 2010 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2011 12
RANK family incidents per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to family violence incidents per 1,000 population.
Drug usage/ possession offences per 1,000 population The number of offences per 1,000 population involving the possession or use of drugs. Provided as a number per postcode and converted to LGA by DH. Source: Corporate Statistics, Victoria Police and 2010 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2011 12
RANK drug usage/ possession offences per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to drug usage and possession offences per 1,000 population.
Total offences per 1,000 population The total number of offences per 1000 population. Includes crime against person, crime against property, drug offences and other crime. Provided as a number per postcode and converted to LGA by DH. Source: Corporate Statistics, Victoria Police and 2010 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2011 12
RANK total offences per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to total number of offences per 1,000 population.
% who feel safe walking on the street during the day The percentage of LGA respondents who report feeling  safe or  very safe walking alone in their local area during the day. Respondents who didn t know or who refused to answer the question, or answered they were never alone in that situation, have been excluded from the analysis.Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK feel safe on street during day The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the percentage of the population who feel safe walking on the street during the day
% who feel safe on street after dark The percentage of LGA respondents who report feeling  safe or  very safe walking alone in their local area after dark. Respondents who didn t know or who refused to answer the question, or answered they were never alone in that situation, have been excluded from the analysis. Source:VicHealth Indicators Survey 2011, Currency: 2011
RANK feel safe on street after dark The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population who feel safe on their street alone after dark.
% of population which volunteers The percentage of the population aged 15 or over who indicated that they did voluntary work through an organisation or group in the twelve months prior to the 2011 Census. Source:Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B19  Voluntary Work for an Organisation or Group by Age by Sex. Population: Persons aged 15 years and over.Currency:2011
RANK population which volunteers The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population who help out as a volunteer.
% who participate in citizen engagement in past year The percentage of LGA respondents who indicate that they have done any of the following activities (measuring citizen engagement) in the last 12 months: Attended a town meeting, public hearing or public affairs discussion group; Met with, called or sent a letter to any local politician; Joined a protest or demonstration;Signed a petition.Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from the analysis, unless they answered  yes to any single item.Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK % who participate in citizen engagement The rank of the LGA/Region in relation to percentage of population who participated in citizen engagement in the past year
% who use social networking to organise time with family or friends The percentage of LGA respondents who use social networking sites like Facebook, instant messaging, blogs or photo websites to organise time with people they already know, such as family and friends. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from the analysis.Source:VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK % who use social networking The rank of the LGA/Region in relation to percentage of population who use social networking
% of population who believe the area has good facilities and services The percentage of the LGA population which believes that there are good facilities and services in the LGA, like shops, childcare, schools and libraries. The indicator was collected for the Department of Planning and Community Development as part of the Victorian Population Health Survey run for the first time in 2008 at the Local Government Area level across Victoria by the Department of Human Services. The survey collects information about health and lifestyle, and in 2008 data was collected through a telephone survey of 450 residents over the age of 18 in each Victorian Local Government Area. Source: Indicators of Community Strength 2008, Department of Planning and Community Development (2010).Currency: 2008
RANK believe the area has good facilities and services The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population who believe the LGA has good facilities.
Economic and employment characteristics Unemployment rate The percentage of the labour force which is unemployed. Further information on the methodology for producing these rates can be obtained from the Department of Employment and Workplace Relations quarterly publication series, Small area labour markets (http://www.workplace.gov.au/salm). Source: Small area labour markets, Department of Employment and Workplace Relations. Currency: September quarter 2012
RANK unemployment rate The rank of the LGA/region in relation to unemployment rate.
% of individuals with income <$400 per week The percentage of the population aged 15 and over with a gross individual income of less than $400 per week, and the percentage of the female/male LGA population aged 15 and over with a gross individual income of less than $400 per week. Calculations are done in Australian dollars. People on zero and negative incomes are included along with those earning an income. Source:Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B17  Total personal income (Weekly) by Age by Sex. Population: Persons aged 15 years and over. Currency: 2011
RANK individual income <$400 The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to individual/income < $400 per week.
% female low income The female proportion of the population aged 15 and over with a gross individual income of less than $400 per week.
% male low income The male proportion of the population aged 15 and over with a gross individual income of less than $400 per week.
% families headed by one parent The percentage of families which were headed by a single parent. Source:Basic Community Profiles, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B25  Family Composition. Population: Families in family households; B23  Relationship in household by age and sex. Currency: 2011
RANK one-parent families The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of one-parent headed families.
% female one-parent families The proportion of one-parent headed families which were headed by a female single parent. Source:Basic Community Profiles, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B25  Family Composition. Population: Families in family households; B23  Relationship in household by age and sex. Currency: 2011
% male one-parent families The proportion of one-parent headed families which were headed by a male single parent. Source:Basic Community Profiles, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B25  Family Composition. Population: Families in family households; B23  Relationship in household by age and sex. Currency: 2011
Median household income The median household income for the LGA is the income level that divides all household incomes within the LGA exactly in half when arranged in order. That is, half of all household incomes within the LGA are above the median value and half are below. This variable is applicable to occupied private dwellings. It excludes households where at least one member aged 15 years and over did not state an income, and households where at least one member aged 15 and over was absent on Census night. It excludes  Visitors only and  Other not classifiable households. Source: Basic Community Profiles, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table: B02  Selected medians and averages. Currency: 2011
RANK median household income The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to median household income
% low income families with children The percentage of total families with children in the LGA with an income less than $400 per week Source: Basic Community Profiles: 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table: B26  Total family income by family composition. Currency: 2011
RANK low income families with children The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to families with children in low income households .
% population with food insecurity The percentage of people who ran out of food in the last twelve months and could not afford to buy more. This indicator seeks to identify the percentage of LGA population who may be at risk of poor diet and nutrition, as well as social exclusion, due to their financial incapacity to purchase food. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK population with food insecurity The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to population with food insecurity.
Housing and sustainability characteristics Mortgage stress Low income households (in the bottom 40% of income distribution) that spend more than 30% of income on mortgage payments .Source:Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU, based on data from the 2011 Census. Currency: 2011
RANK households with mortgage stress The rank of the LGA/region in relation to low income households with mortgage stress
Rental stress Low income dwellings (in the bottom 40% of income distribution) that spend more than 30% of income on rent payments. Source:Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU, based on data from the 2011 Census. Currency: 2011
RANK households with rental stress The rank of the LGA/region in relation to low income households with rental stress
% of rental housing that is affordable The percentage of housing available for rental within the LGA which is affordable for lower income families. The affordability benchmark is that no more than 30 percent of income is spent on rent. Lower income families are those receiving Centrelink benefit. Source: Affordable lettings by LGA, Housing and Community Building, Department of Human Services. Currency: June Quarter 2012
RANK rental housing that is affordable The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to affordable rental housing.
Median house price The value of the middle item when all sale prices are arranged in ascending order of magnitude. The information regarding property values is obtained from Notices of Acquisition, which are required to be completed by each purchaser within one month of the acquisition of any real estate in Victoria. Source: A Guide to Property Values 2010, Valuer-General Victoria, Department of Sustainability and Environment. Currency: 2011
RANK median house price The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to median house price.
Median rent for 3 bedroom house The median weekly rent for a 3 bedroom house located in the LGA. Median rents represent the mid-point in the distribution of all rents. Fifty percent of rents are higher than the median, and fifty percent are lower. The following LGAs have no data due to insufficient numbers of lettings: Queenscliffe, Pyrenees, West Wimmera, Buloke and Loddon. Source: Rental report statistics, Housing and Community Building, Department of Human Services. Currency: June Quarter 2012
RANK median rent for 3 bedroom house The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to median rent for a 3 bedroom house.
New dwellings per 1,000 population The number of new dwellings approved for construction per 1,000 population. This measure provides an indicator of economic activity and growth in the LGA. The data is taken from an Excel data cube at SLA level (and aggregated to LGA by DH). Source:Building Approvals, Australia, 2011 12 (released 7 August 2012) ABS and Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011, ABS. Currency: 2011 12
RANK new dwellings per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to new dwelling approvals per 1,000 population.
Social housing as a percentage of total dwellings The percentage of dwellings which are social housing stock.This item provides an indication of the concentration of social housing stock. The social housing stock data comes from the Office of Housing and includes both public housing provided directly by the Office of Housing and housing provided by the not-for-profit community housing sector. Source:Housing and Community Building, Department of Human Services; and Basic Community Profiles, Census of Population and Housing.Census Table: B31  occupied and unoccupied private dwellings. Currency: 2012
RANK social housing as a percentage of total dwellings The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of dwellings that are social housing stock.
% with at least 2 hour daily commute The proportion of respondents who travel 120 minutes or more to and from work, mutual obligation or work for the dole placement each day, that is, 60 minutes or more of travel in one direction. Long commute time is associated with a range of negative health effects, including stress, lower life satisfaction, negative impact on family and community relationships, financial costs and lack of time available for health promoting behaviours. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from analysis.Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK 2 hour daily commute The rank of the LGA/Region in relation to percentage who travel 120 minutes or more daily to work.
% dwellings with no motor vehicle The percentage of private occupied dwellings with no motor vehicle. In some instances, this could be an indicator of social isolation, whereas in other cases (particularly in inner metropolitan LGAs) not owning a motor vehicle could be attributed to the availability/accessibility of public transport. Source:Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B29  Number of Motor Vehicles by Dwellings. Population: Occupied private dwellings. Currency: 2011
RANK dwellings with no motor vehicle The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of households with no motor vehicle.
Passenger vehicles per 1,000 population The number of passenger vehicles per 1,000 population. The data is from the Motor Vehicle Census undertaken by the ABS on 31 January 2011. Statistics are derived from data made available by state and territory motor registration authorities and reflect information recorded on registration documents. Vehicles on the register are defined as those registered at the date of the Census, or where registration has lapsed less than one month prior to that date. Passenger vehicles are defined as those motor vehicles constructed primarily for the carriage of persons and containing up to nine seats (including the driver's seat). Included are cars, station wagons, four-wheel drive passenger vehicles and forward-control passenger vehicles. Excluded are campervans. Source: Motor Vehicle Census, 31 Jan 2012, ABS and Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011, ABS Currency: 2011 (ERP), 2012 (vehicles)
RANK passenger vehicles per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to passenger vehicles per 1,000 population.
% motor vehicles more than ten years old The percentage of total passenger vehicles registered in that LGA which are more than 10 years old. The data is from the Motor Vehicle Census undertaken by the ABS on 31 January 2011. Statistics are derived from data made available by state and territory motor registration authorities and reflect information recorded on registration documents. Vehicles on the register are defined as those registered at the date of the Census, or where registration has lapsed less than one month prior to that date. This data item relates to all motor vehicles, including passenger vehicles, campervans, light commercial vehicles, trucks, buses and motorcycles. Source: Motor Vehicle Census, 31 Jan 2012, ABS. Currency: 2012
RANK motor vehicles more than ten years old The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to passenger vehicles more than ten years old.
Education Characteristics FTE students The number of full-time equivalent students enrolled in schools which are located within the LGA. This item includes students enrolled in government, private, and Catholic primary and secondary schools. It also includes students enrolled in schools for children with special needs. While the students attend school within the LGA, they are not necessarily resident within the LGA. Source: Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2012
% year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in reading The percentage of year 9 students who achieved at or above the national minimum standards in reading in the National Assessment Program  Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). This measure includes all education sectors. NAPLAN involves the annual assessment of all children in years 3, 5, 7 and 9 in test in reading . Source: Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Currency: 2010
RANK year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in reading The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in reading.
% year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in writing The percentage of year 9 students who achieved at or above the national minimum standards in writing in the National Assessment Program  Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). This measure includes all education sectors. NAPLAN involves the annual assessment of all children in years 3, 5, 7 and 9 in test in writing, language conventions (spelling, grammar and punctuation). Source: Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Currency: 2010
RANK year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in writing The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in writing.
% year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in numeracy The percentage of year 9 students who achieved at or above the national minimum standards in numeracy in the National Assessment Program  Literacy and Numeracy (NAPLAN). This measure includes all education sectors. NAPLAN involves the annual assessment of all children in years 3, 5, 7 and 9 in tests in numeracy. Source: Victorian Curriculum and Assessment Authority. Currency: 2010
RANK year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in numeracy The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to year 9 students who attain national minimum standards in numeracy.
% of population who did not complete year 12 id not attend school or attended school but did not complete year 12.Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B16  Highest year of school completed by age by sex. Population: Persons aged 15 years and over.Currency:2011
RANK population who did not complete year 12 The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population who did not complete year 12.
% of population with higher education qualification ained a diploma or an advanced diploma, as these may have been obtained through the Vocational Education and Training (VET) sector. Source: Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table: B40  Non-school qualification: level of education by sex by age. Population: Persons aged 15 years and over with a qualification. Currency: 2011
RANK population with higher education qualification The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population with a higher education qualification.
% students attending a government school The percentage of all primary and secondary school students resident in the LGA who attend a government school (rather than an independent or Catholic school). Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B15  Type of Educational Institution Attending (Full/Part-Time Student Status by Age) by Sex. Population: Persons attending an educational institution. Currency: 2011
RANK students attending a government school The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of school children attending a government school.
Health conditions Low birth weight babies The percentage of babies weighing less than 2500 grams at birth. Includes both live and still born. Compiled by the Public Health Information Development Unit of the Department of Health and Ageing from data provided by State Health Departments. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2006 08
RANK low birth weight babies The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of Low birth weight babies.
% persons reporting asthma The percentage of persons who reported that they had symptoms of asthma in the 12 months before the Victorian Population Health Survey 2008. Survey respondents were asked whether a doctor had ever told them that they had asthma and, if so, whether they had had asthma symptoms (wheezing, coughing, shortness of breath, chest tightness) in the 12 months before the survey. Those persons who responded  yes to the question about having had symptoms in the 12 months before the survey are referred to as the population with  current asthma . The Victorian Population Health Survey is an annual computer-assisted telephone survey regarding the health of Victorians. The sample for the 2008 survey was expanded to enable data collection at Local Government Area level. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK persons reporting asthma The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population with current asthma.
% persons reporting type 2 diabetes The percentage of persons who reported that they had been told by a doctor that they had type 2 diabetes. Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of diabetes, and occurs mostly in people over 50 who are overweight, or have a family history of the condition. The data is from the Victorian Population Health Survey 2008. The Victorian Population Health Survey is an annual computer-assisted telephone survey regarding the health of Victorians. The sample for the 2008 survey was expanded to enable data collection at Local Government Area level. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK persons reporting type 2 diabetes The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population with type 2 diabetes.
% persons overweight or obese The percentage of persons whose reported height and weight indicates that their Body Mass Index (BMI) is classified as overweight or obese. The data is from the Victorian Population Health Survey, an annual computer-assisted telephone survey regarding the health of Victorians. The sample for the 2008 survey was expanded to enable data collection at Local Government Area Level. BMI is calculated as weight in kilograms divided by height in metres squared. Note that studies comparing self-reported height and weight with actual height and weight indicate that people tend to under-estimate their weight and over-estimate their height. Self-reported data is therefore likely to result in an underestimate of overweight and obesity in the community. It is also not possible to determine whether a high BMI relates to body-fat or muscle, therefore a very muscular individual could be classified as obese. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK persons overweight or obese The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population that is overweight or obese.
% females overweight or obese The percentage of females whose reported height and weight indicates that their Body Mass Index (BMI) is classified as overweight or obese. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK females overweight or obese The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of female population that is overweight or obese.
% males overweight or obese The percentage of males whose reported height and weight indicates that their Body Mass Index (BMI) is classified as overweight or obese. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK males overweight or obese The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of male population that is overweight or obese.
Cancer incidence per 100,000 population The total number of malignant cancers newly diagnosed in 2010 for total persons. Presented as a rate per 100,000. Source: Victorian Cancer Registry, Cancer Council of Victoria (released December 2012). Currency: 2011
Cancer incidence - females per 100,000 The total number of malignant cancers newly diagnosed in 2010 for females. Presented as a rate per 100,000. Source: Victorian Cancer Registry, Cancer Council of Victoria (released December 2012). Currency: 2011
Cancer incidence - males per 100,000 The total number of malignant cancers newly diagnosed in 2010 for males. Presented as a rate per 100,000. Source: Victorian Cancer Registry, Cancer Council of Victoria (released December 2012). Currency: 2011
ACSC acute per 1,000 population The number of inpatient admissions for acute Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions. ACSCs are those for which hospitalisation is thought to be avoidable with the application of public health interventions and early disease management, usually delivered in ambulatory setting such as primary care. High rates of hospital admissions for ACSCs may provide indirect evidence of problems with patient access to primary healthcare, inadequate skills and resources, or disconnection with specialist services. Acute Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSCs) include avoidable hospitalisation for acute diseases or conditions such as dehydration/gastroenteritis, kidney infection, perforated ulcer, cellulitis, pelvic inflammatory disease, ear, nose and throat (ENT) infections, and dental conditions. These conditions may not be preventable but theoretically should not result in hospitalisation if adequate and timely primary care is received. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011-12
RANK ACSC acute The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to ACSC acute.
ACSC chronic per 1,000 population The number of inpatient admissions for chronic Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions. ACSCs are those for which hospitalisation is thought to be avoidable with the application of public health interventions and early disease management, usually delivered in ambulatory setting such as primary care. High rates of hospital admissions for ACSCs may provide indirect evidence of problems with patient access to primary healthcare, inadequate skills and resources, or disconnection with specialist services. Chronic Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSCs) include avoidable hospitalisation for selected chronic diseases such as diabetes complications, asthma, angina, hypertension, congestive heart failure, and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). In this case, although these conditions may be preventable through behaviour modification and lifestyle change, they can also be managed effectively through primary health care in order to prevent deterioration and hospitalisation. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011-12
RANK ACSC chronic The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to ACSC chronic.
ACSC vaccine preventable per 1,000 population The number of inpatient admissions for vaccine preventable Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions. ACSCs are those for which hospitalisation is thought to be avoidable with the application of public health interventions and early disease management, usually delivered in ambulatory setting such as primary care. High rates of hospital admissions for ACSCs may provide indirect evidence of problems with patient access to primary healthcare, inadequate skills and resources, or disconnection with specialist services. Vaccine preventable Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions (ACSCs) include hospitalisation for infectious diseases such as influenza, bacterial pneumonia, tetanus, measles, mumps, rubella, pertussis, and poliomyelitis; conditions for which vaccination is available. For these conditions, it is the actual condition that is deemed preventable rather than the hospitalisation. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011-12
RANK ACSC vaccine preventable The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to ACSC vaccine preventable.
Notifications per 1,000 people of pertussis The number of notifications of Pertussis (whooping cough) per 1,000 population of the LGA during 2010. Pertussis is a highly contagious acute respiratory illness caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis and is spread by droplets from coughing and sneezing. Pertussis is particularly serious in children under 12 months of age. There has been a continued increase in notifications of Pertussis in recent years. Data relate to notifications of Pertussis received by the Department of Health and do not necessarily reflect the true incidence of the disease. In Victoria, laboratories and medical practitioners are required to notify cases of Pertussis to the Department of Health within 5 days of diagnosis (presumptive or confirmed). Data are presented by residential location and do not necessarily indicate where infection was acquired. Data is available at http://www.health.vic.gov.au/ideas/surveillance. Source: Victorian Notifiable Infectious Diseases Surveillance database, Department of Health. Currency: 2011
RANK pertussis notifications The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to Notifications per 1,000 people of pertussis.
Notifications per 1,000 people of influenza The number of notifications of influenza per 1000 population of the LGA during 2010. Data relate to notifications of influenza received by the Department of Health and do not necessarily reflect the true incidence of the disease. In Victoria, laboratories and medical practitioners are required to notify cases of influenza to the Department of Health within 5 days of diagnosis (presumptive or confirmed). Data are presented by residential location and do not necessarily indicate where infection was acquired. Data is available at http://www.health.vic.gov.au/ideas/surveillance. Source: Victorian Notifiable Infectious Diseases Surveillance database, Department of Health. Currency: 2011
RANK influenza notifications The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to Notifications per 1,000 people of influenza.
Notifications per 1,000 people of chlamydia The number of notifications of Chlamydia per 100,000 population of the LGA during 2010. Chlamydia is a bacterial sexually transmissible infection caused by Chlamydia trachomatis. Chlamydia is the most commonly reported notifiable disease in Australia. Most chlamydia infections are asymptomatic. If left undiagnosed and/or untreated, chlamydia can cause pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) which may lead to ectopic pregnancy and infertility. Data relate to notifications of Chlamydia received by the Department of Health and do not necessarily reflect the true incidence of the disease. In Victoria, laboratories and medical practitioners are required to notify cases to the department in writing within five days of diagnosis. Data are presented by residential location and do not necessarily indicate where infection was acquired. Data is available at http://www.health.vic.gov.au/ideas/surveillance. Source: Victorian Notifiable Infectious Diseases Surveillance database, Department of Health. Currency: 2011
RANK chlamydia notifications The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to Notifications per 1,000 people of chlamydia.
Health behaviours % people 18+ that are current smokers The percentage of persons/males/females aged 18 years or older who indicate that they are current smokers, that is, they smoke daily or occasionally. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK people 18+ that are current smokers The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to population (18 years and over) that currently smoke.
% females 18+ that are current smokers The percentage of females aged 18 years or older who indicated that they are current smokers, that is, they smoke daily or occasionally. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK females 18+ that are current smokers The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to females (18 years and over) that currently smoke.
% males 18+ that are current smokers The percentage of males aged 18 years or older who indicated that they are current smokers, that is, they smoke daily or occasionally. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK males 18+ that are current smokers The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to males (18 years and over) that currently smoke.
% of 15-17 year olds who smoked cigarettes The percentage of 15 to 17 year olds in the LGA who reported they had smoked cigarettes in the past 30 days. This data item is from the Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), which was conducted for the first time in 2009 for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) by the Centre for Adolescent Health (CAH) at the Royal Children s Hospital. The HowRU? survey was designed to provide data on key indicators of adolescent health and wellbeing, enabling a more comprehensive understanding of how Victorian adolescents are faring. Students in years 7, 9, and 11 were sampled from randomly selected government and non-government secondary schools across Victoria, and analysis is based on a final sample of 10,273 adolescents. The sampling frame was designed to allow Local Government Area (LGA) level reporting in metropolitan Victoria, and Government Region level in non-metropolitan Victoria. Note that data is therefore only included in the LGA profiles for metropolitan LGAs, and the LGAs are not ranked.Source: Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK 15-17 year olds who smoked cigarettes The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to 15-17 year olds who smoked cigarettes.
% who support smoking ban in outside seating areas The percentage of people who support or strongly support a complete smoking ban in all outside dining areas. Currently in Victoria, smoking is only banned in outdoor dining areas where there is a roof in place and alls that cover more than 75% of the total notional wall area. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from the analysis. Source:VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK support smoking ban in outside seating areas The rank of the LGA/region in relation to support for a smoking ban in outside dining areas.
% at risk of short term harm from alcohol The percentage of residents of the LGA who indicated as part of the Victorian Population Health Survey that they consume alcohol at risky or high risk levels at least once per week. The Survey data was analysed relative to the 2001 National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) guidelines for alcohol consumption. These guidelines indicate that males who drink more than six standard drinks and females who drink more than four standard drinks per drinking occasion are at risk of alcohol-related harm in the short-term. The consequences of heavy, regular use of alcohol may include cirrhosis of the liver, cognitive impairment, heart and blood disorders, ulcers, cancers and damage to the pancreas. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK at risk of short term harm from alcohol The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percent of population at risk of short term harm from alcohol consumption.
% who purchased alcohol on past 7 days The percentage of people who responded  yes to whether they had purchased any alcohol in the previous seven days. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer have been excluded from the analysis. Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK purchased alcohol in past 7 days The rank of the LGA/region in relaton to purchase of alcohol in the previous seven days
% 15-17 year olds who drank alcohol in last 30 days The percentage of 15 to 17 year olds in the LGA who reported they drank alcohol in the past 30 days. This data item is from the Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), which was conducted for the first time in 2009 for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) by the Centre for Adolescent Health (CAH) at the Royal Children s Hospital. The HowRU? survey was designed to provide data on key indicators of adolescent health and wellbeing, enabling a more comprehensive understanding of how Victorian adolescents are faring. Students in years 7, 9, and 11 were sampled from randomly selected government and non-government secondary schools across Victoria, and analysis is based on a final sample of 10,273 adolescents. The sampling frame was designed to allow Local Government Area (LGA) level reporting in metropolitan Victoria, and Government Region level in non-metropolitan Victoria. Note that data is therefore only included in the LGA profiles for metropolitan LGAs, and the LGAs are not ranked. Source: Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK 15-17 year olds who drank alcohol in last 30 days The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to 15-17 year olds who drank alcohol in the past 30 days.
% persons that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines The percentage of persons who indicate that they do not meet the current Australian guidelines for fruit and vegetable consumption. These guidelines recommend minimum daily vegetable intake of four serves for 12-18 year olds, and five serves for persons aged 19 plus. A serve is defined as one half cup vegetables or one cup of salad vegetables. The recommended daily fruit intake is three serves for 12-18 year olds, and two serves for persons aged 19 plus. A serve of fruit is defined as one medium piece, two small pieces or one cup diced pieces. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK persons that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population not meeting dietary guidelines for fruit and vegetable intake.
% females that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines The percentage of females who indicate that they do not meet the current Australian guidelines for fruit and vegetable consumption. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK females that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of female population not meeting dietary guidelines for fruit and vegetable intake.
% males that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines The percentage of males who indicate that they do not meet the current Australian guidelines for fruit and vegetable consumption. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK males that did not meet fruit and vegetable guidelines The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of male population not meeting dietary guidelines for fruit and vegetable intake.
% who drink soft drink every day The percentage of people who indicated that they consumed fizzy soft drinks (for example Coke, Diet Coke, Solo and energy drinks like Red Bull and VJ)  every day over the past seven days. Other options were every 2-3 days, every 4-6 days, once or not at all. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from the analysis. Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK drink soft drink every day The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the percentage of the population who drink soft drink every day
% of people who share a meal with family at least 5 times per week. The percentage of people who sat down and shared a meal at home with their family at least 5 days in an average week. Research indicates that regular family meal times have many health benefits, including consumption of more healthy foods and less snacking, and they provide an opportunity to teach children about health eating. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from analysis. Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK persons who share a meal with their family at least 5 times per week. The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the percentage of persons who share a meal with their family at least 5 times per week.
% persons who did not meet physical activity guidelines The proportion of people who do not meet the National Physical Activity Guidelines for Australians, developed by the Department of Health and Aged Care, 1999. These guidelines recommend at least 30 minutes of moderate intensity physical exercise on most perferably all days for persons aged 19 and over. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK persons who did not meet physical activity guidelines The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population not meeting physical activity guidelines.
% females who did not meet physical activity guidelines The proportion of females who do not meet the National Physical Activity Guidelines for Australians, developed by the Department of Health and Aged Care, 1999. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK females who did not meet physical activity guidelines The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of female population not meeting physical activity guidelines.
% males who did not meet physical activity guidelines The proportion of males who do not meet the National Physical Activity Guidelines for Australians, developed by the Department of Health and Aged Care, 1999. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK males who did not meet physical activity guidelines The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of male population not meeting physical activity guidelines.
% who sit for at least 7 hours daily The percentage of persons who sit for 7 hours or more per typical weekday. This includes things like driving, working at a desk or computer, reading, watching television and playing computer games. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from the analysis. Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011 Currency:2011
RANK persons who sit for at least 7 hours daily The rank of the LGA/regon in relation to the percentage of population who sit for at least 7 hours per day.
% who visit green space at least once per week The percentage of persons who have visited a green space, such as a local park, garden or oval, weekly or more often in the last 3 months. Evidence indicates that people of all ages and socio-economic status can benefit from exposure to green space. Residents of neighbourhoods with abundant green space tend to experience better general health, and availability and proximity of green space are associated with self-perceived health. Increased green space can also promote physical activity. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from the analysis Source:VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK visist green space at least once per week The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the percentage of population who visit green space at least once per week.
% adolescents who adopt sunsmart behaviours The percentage of 15 to 17 year olds in the LGA who reported they always wore a hat and sunscreen when it was sunny. This data item is from the Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), which was conducted for the first time in 2009 for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) by the Centre for Adolescent Health (CAH) at the Royal Children s Hospital. The HowRU? survey was designed to provide data on key indicators of adolescent health and wellbeing, enabling a more comprehensive understanding of how Victorian adolescents are faring. Students in years 7, 9, and 11 were sampled from randomly selected government and non-government secondary schools across Victoria, and analysis is based on a final sample of 10,273 adolescents. The sampling frame was designed to allow Local Government Area (LGA) level reporting in metropolitan Victoria, and Government Region level in non-metropolitan Victoria. Note that data is therefore only included in the LGA profiles for metropolitan LGAs, and the LGAs are not ranked. Source: Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK adolescents who adopt sunsmart behaviours The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of adolescents who adopt sunsmart behaviours.
% adolescents who brush teeth twice a day The percentage of 15 to 17 year olds in the LGA who reported they brushed their teeth at least twice per day. This data item is from the Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), which was conducted for the first time in 2009 for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) by the Centre for Adolescent Health (CAH) at the Royal Children s Hospital. The HowRU? survey was designed to provide data on key indicators of adolescent health and wellbeing, enabling a more comprehensive understanding of how Victorian adolescents are faring. Students in years 7, 9, and 11 were sampled from randomly selected government and non-government secondary schools across Victoria, and analysis is based on a final sample of 10,273 adolescents. The sampling frame was designed to allow Local Government Area (LGA) level reporting in metropolitan Victoria, and Government Region level in non-metropolitan Victoria. Note that data is therefore only included in the LGA profiles for metropolitan LGAs, and the LGAs are not ranked. Source: Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK adolescents who brush teeth twice a day The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of adolescents who brush teeth twice a day.
% infants fully breastfed at 3 months The percentage of infants who are fully breastfed at three months of age. Source: Office for Children and Early Childhood Development, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development and 2010 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2010-11
RANK infants fully breastfed at 3 months The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of infants who are fully breastfed at three months of age.
% children fully immunised at 24-27 months The percentage of children who are fully immunised at 24-27 months of age. Source: Australian Childhood Immunisation Register, Medicare Australia, and 2010 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: March Quarter 2012
RANK children fully immunised at 24-27 months The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of children fully immunised at 24-27 months of age.
Breast cancer screening participation The percentage of women aged 50 to 69 years who participated in breast cancer screening during the financial years 2009 10 and 2010 11. Source: Breast Screen Victoria. Currency: 2010 11
RANK breast cancer screening participation The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of women aged during 50 to 69 years who participated in breast cancer screening.
Cervical cancer screening participation The cervical screening participation rate for women aged 20 to 69 for Victorian LGAs for 2009 and 2010 calendar years. This is the number of women in the LGA in this age group who have had at least one Pap smear in the 2 year period. The population is the average female population for the LGA for 2009 and 2010 using ABS Estimated Resident Population 2009 and 2010. The population is adjusted to exclude the proportion of women estimated to have had a hysterectomy, using data from the ABS National Health Survey 2004-05. Source:Victorian Cervical Cytology Register statistical report 2010. Currency: 2010
RANK cervical cancer screening participation The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of women aged during 20 to 69 years who participated in cervical cancer screening.
Bowel cancer screening participation The percentage of persons who were invited to participate in the National Bowel Cancer Screening program (NBCSP), who did participate. Those invited were persons turning 50, 55 and 65 in 2010, who held a Medicare card or Department of Veterans Affairs card. Note that users of this NBCSP data must acknowledge the Department of Health and Ageing as the original source of the data and include the following disclaimer:Formal publication and reporting of the NBCSP data is undertaken by the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare on behalf of the Department of Health and Ageing. NBCSP data included in this report provided by the Department of Health and Ageing is not part of the formal publication and reporting process for NBCSP data. Source:Data from the Department of Health and Ageing included in the Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2010 (released October 2012)
RANK bowel cancer screening participation The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of eligible persons who participated in bowel cancer screening.
Aged and disability characteristics % with need for assistance with core activities The percentage of people in the LGA who need  & help or assistance in one or more of the three core activity areas of self-care, mobility and communication, because of a long-term health condition (lasting six months or more), a disability (lasting six months or more), or old age (ABS website). Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B18  Core Activity Need for Assistance by Age by Sex. Population: Persons. Currency:2011
RANK need for assistance with core activities The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population with core activity need for assistance.
% of people with profound or severe disability living in the community TThe percentage of people in the LGA who have a profound or severe disability, and live in the community rather than in long-term residential care. Compiled by Public Health Information Development Unit of the Department of Health and Ageing from ABS Census 2011. The people with a severe and profound disability living in long-term residential accommodation is subtracted from total to produce people living in the community. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2011
RANK people with profound or severe disability The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of people with profound or severe disability.
Disability support pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population The number of people per 1,000 eligible population who are receiving the Disability Support Pension.The eligible population includes people aged 16 and over who are not yet eligible for the Age Pension and who qualify for the Disability Support Pension. The purpose of Disability Support Pension is to provide income support for people who have a permanent physical, intellectual or psychiatric impairment. DSP is designed to give people an adequate means of support if they are unable to work for at least 15 hours per week at or above the relevant minimum wage, independent of a program of support. Centrelink s A Guide to Australian Government Payments contains more detailed information on eligibility criteria for both the Disability Support Pension and the Age Pension. Population figures are Estimated Resident Population figures from the ABS. Source:Centrelink (June quarter 2012) and 2011 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2012 (Centrelink), 2011 (ABS)
RANK disability support pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to Disability support pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population.
% of persons aged 75+ who live alone The percentage of the LGA population who are aged 75 and over, who live in a single person household,T his provides an indication of the proportion of the population living in the community who may require additional support and services. Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B23  Relationship in Household by Age by Sex. Population: Persons in occupied private dwellings. Currency: 2011
RANK persons aged 75+ who live alone The rank of the LGA/region in relation to percentage of population aged 75 years and over and living alone.
% female 75+ living alone The percentage of the LGA population who are aged 75 and over, who live in a single person household, and who are female. T his provides an indication of the proportion of the population living in the community who may require additional support and services. Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B23  Relationship in Household by Age by Sex. Population: Persons in occupied private dwellings. Currency: 2011
% male 75+ living alone The percentage of the LGA population who are aged 75 and over, who live in a single person household, and who are male,T his provides an indication of the proportion of the population living in the community who may require additional support and services. Source: Basic Community Profile, 2011 Census of Population and Housing, ABS Census table:B23  Relationship in Household by Age by Sex. Population: Persons in occupied private dwellings. Currency: 2011
Aged care (high care) places per 1,000 eligible population The number of residential aged care places licensed to provide services to residents with high levels of dependency per 1,000 target population. These are approximately equivalent to the services delivered by nursing homes in the past. The target population includes all people aged 70 or over plus indigenous people aged 50 69. Source: Department of Health and Ageing. Currency: 2012
RANK aged care (high care) places per 1,000 eligible population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to aged care high care places per 1,000 eligible population.
Aged care (low care) places per 1,000 eligible population The number of aged care places licensed to provide services to residents with low levels of dependency per 1,000 target population. These are approximately equivalent to the services delivered by hostels in the past. The target population consists of all people aged 70 or over plus indigenous people aged 50 69. Source: Department of Health and Ageing. Currency: 2012
RANK aged care (low care) places per 1,000 eligible population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to aged care low care places per 1,000 eligible population.
Age pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population The number of people who are receiving the Age Pension per 1,000 eligible population. The eligible population includes males aged 65 and over and females aged 64 and over. The figures reported on Age Pension recipients include those who are receiving part or full Age Pensions. Women born before 1949 are eligible for the Age Pension earlier than men. Centrelink s A Guide to Australian Government Payments contains more detailed information on eligibility criteria. Population figures are Estimated Resident Population figures from the ABS.Source:Centrelink (June quarter 2012) and 2011 Estimated Resident Population, ABS. Currency: 2012 (Centrelink), 2011 (ABS)
RANK age pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to Age pension recipients per 1,000 eligible population.
Life expectancy and wellbeing Male life expectancy The average number of years a male of a given age is expected to live, if current mortality rates continue to apply. However, this may be an underestimate of how long on average a person born today can expect to live, because mortality rates are declining and the force of mortality at any future age will be less than it is for a person of that age now. Estimates of life expectancy for LGAs within Victoria have also been computed from five years (2003-2007) of aggregated mortality and population data. Source: Life expectancy at birth: Victoria 2003-2007, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK male life expectancy The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to male life expectancy.
Female life expectancy The average number of years a female of a given age is expected to live, if current mortality rates continue to apply. However, this may be an underestimate of how long on average a person born today can expect to live, because mortality rates are declining and the force of mortality at any future age will be less than it is for a person of that age now. Estimates of life expectancy for LGAs within Victoria have also been computed from five years (2003-2007) of aggregated mortality and population data. Source: Life expectancy at birth: Victoria 2003-2007, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK female life expectancy The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to female life expectancy.
% persons reporting fair or poor health The percentage of persons in the LGA who reported as part of the Victorian Population Health Survey 2008 that their general health was fair or poor. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK persons reporting fair or poor health The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to persons reporting fair or poor health.
% females reporting fair or poor health The percentage of females in the LGA who reported as part of the Victorian Population Health Survey 2008 that their general health was fair or poor. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK females reporting fair or poor health The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to females reporting fair or poor health.
% males reporting fair or poor health The percentage of males in the LGA who reported as part of the Victorian Population Health Survey 2008 that their general health was fair or poor. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK males reporting fair or poor health The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to males reporting fair or poor health.
% persons reporting high/very high psychological distress The percentage of persons who were categorised as part of the Victorian Population Health Survey as experiencing high or very high psychological distress. The Kesler 10 Psychological Distress Scale (K10) was used during survey interviews. The K10 is a set of 10 questions designed to categorise the level of psychological distress over a 10 week period, and is a simple measure of anxiety, depression and worry. Individuals are categorised to four levels of psychological distress based on their score: how, moderate, high and very high. Source: Victorian Population Health Survey 2008, Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2008
RANK persons reporting high/very high psychological distress The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population with high levels of distress.
Percentage of persons sleeping less than 7 hours per day The percentage of persons who indicate that they sleep less than seven hours on average on a typical weekday. Most adults require 7 to 9 hours of sleep per night for optimal functioning. Lack of sleep impacts on health and wellbeing, normal functioning of the body s endocrine and immune systems, and has been linked with a number of chronic diseases. It also increases the risk of accidents. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer the question have been excluded from the analysis. Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey, 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK persons sleeping less than 7 hours per day The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of person who sleep less than 7 hours per day.
Percentage of persons with adequate work-life balance The percentage of employed persons who disagreed or strongly disagreed that their work and family life often interfere with each other. Respondents who didn t know or refused to answer have been excluded from the analysis. Note that this indicator is presented in a positive frame, that is, adequate work life balance rather than poor work life balance. Source: VicHealth Indicators Survey 2011. Currency: 2011
RANK persons with adequate work-life balance The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of person with adequate work-life balance.
% children developmentally vulnerable in one or more domains The percentage of children who are vulnerable across one or more of the five domains of early childhood development as measured using the Australian Early Development Index. The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI) is a population measure of how young children are developing in Australian communities, across five areas, or domains, of early childhood development. These five domains are important areas of child development and also good predictors of adult health, education and social outcomes. They are: physical health and wellbeing, social competence, emotional maturity, language and cognitive skills and communication skills and general knowledge. Data was collected by teachers via an on-line checklist, in the first year of formal schooling. The average age of the Victorian children was 5 years and 7 months. Between May and July 2009, AEDI checklists were completed for 61,187 children in Victoria, representing 94.2 per cent of the estimated five year old population. Each checklist receives a score for each domain, which ranges from 0 to 10, with 10 being the highest score. These domain scores, for all Australian children, are recorded from highest to lowest, and then organised into percentiles. Children with domain scores below the 10th percentile (in the lowest 10 percent of all Australian children) are considered 'developmentally vulnerable' on that domain. Source: The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI), provided by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK children developmentally vulnerable one or more domains The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of children developmentally vulnerable in one or more domains.
% children developmentally vulnerable in two or more domains The percentage of children who are vulnerable across two or more of the five domains of early childhood development as measured using the Australian Early Development Index. The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI) is a population measure of how young children are developing in Australian communities, across five areas, or domains, of early childhood development. These five domains are important areas of child development and also good predictors of adult health, education and social outcomes. They are: physical health and wellbeing, social competence, emotional maturity, language and cognitive skills and communication skills and general knowledge. Data was collected by teachers via an on-line checklist, in the first year of formal schooling. The average age of the Victorian children was 5 years and 7 months. Between May and July 2009, AEDI checklists were completed for 61,187 children in Victoria, representing 94.2 per cent of the estimated five year old population. Each checklist receives a score for each domain, which ranges from 0 to 10, with 10 being the highest score. These domain scores, for all Australian children, are recorded from highest to lowest, and then organised into percentiles. Children with domain scores below the 10th percentile (in the lowest 10 percent of all Australian children) are considered 'developmentally vulnerable' on that domain. Source: The Australian Early Development Index (AEDI), provided by the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK children developmentally vulnerable one or more domains The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of children developmentally vulnerable in two or more domains.
% adolescents who reported being recently bullied The proportion of adolescents enrolled in Years 7, 9 and 11 who reported being bullied recently. Bullying is assessed using the Gatehouse Bullying Scale. Information about bullying is elicited by asking the student if they have been recently teased or called names, had rumours spread about them, been deliberately left out of things or threatened physically or actually hurt by another student. These data items are from the Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), which was conducted for the first time in 2009 for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) by the Centre for Adolescent Health (CAH) at the Royal Children s Hospital. The HowRU? survey was designed to provide data on key indicators of adolescent health and wellbeing, enabling a more comprehensive understanding of how Victorian adolescents are faring. Students in years 7, 9, and 11 were sampled from randomly selected government and non-government secondary schools across Victoria, and analysis is based on a final sample of 10,273 adolescents. The sampling frame was designed to allow Local Government Area (LGA) level reporting in metropolitan Victoria, and Government Region level in non-metropolitan Victoria. Note that data is therefore only included in the LGA profiles for metropolitan LGAs, and the LGAs are not ranked. Source: Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK adolescents who reported being recently bullied The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of adolescents who reported being recently bullied.
% adolescents who reported positive psychological development The proportion of adolescents enrolled in Years 7, 9 and 11 who had a mean score of 5 or more on the Basic Psychological Needs Scale, indicating positive psychological development. The 9-item Basic Psychological Needs Scale is an adaption of the 21-item instrument from Ryan and Deci (2001) which assesses Positive Psychological Development (PPD) in terms of autonomy, competence and relatedness. These data items are from the Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), which was conducted for the first time in 2009 for the Department of Education and Early Childhood Development (DEECD) by the Centre for Adolescent Health (CAH) at the Royal Children s Hospital. The HowRU? survey was designed to provide data on key indicators of adolescent health and wellbeing, enabling a more comprehensive understanding of how Victorian adolescents are faring. Students in years 7, 9, and 11 were sampled from randomly selected government and non-government secondary schools across Victoria, and analysis is based on a final sample of 10,273 adolescents. The sampling frame was designed to allow Local Government Area (LGA) level reporting in metropolitan Victoria, and Government Region level in non-metropolitan Victoria. Note that data is therefore only included in the LGA profiles for metropolitan LGAs, and the LGAs are not ranked. Source: Victorian Adolescent Health and Wellbeing Survey (HowRU?), Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2009
RANK adolescents who reported positive psychological development The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of adolescents who reported positive psychological development.
Injury and mortality Unintentional injuries treated in hospital The rate per 1,000 population of unintentional injuries treated in hospital, which includes both emergency department presentations and hospital admissions. Unintentional injuries are those where the injury is not caused on purpose and there is no intent to harm. An intentional injury is an injury as a result of intended acts by people. That is, harm of one person by another (assault, homicide, neglect) or self-harm An injury emergency department presentation is defined as an injury or poisoning that results in a person presenting to a hospital emergency department for treatment who is triaged (assessed for urgency), including those patients who leave before treatment commences. An injury hospital admission is defined as an injury or poisoning which results in the person being admitted to a hospital bed and being discharged alive after one or more night s stay in a hospital bed. Source: Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit (VISU) using data sourced from the Victorian Admitted Episode dataset (VAED) and the Victorian Emergency Minimum Dataset (VEMD). ABS Estimated Resident Population 2011. Currency: 2011"12
RANK unintentional injuries treated in hospital The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the rate per 1000 population of unintentional injuries treated in hospital.
Intentional injuries treated in hospital The rate per 1,000 population of unintentional injuries treated in hospital, which includes both emergency department presentations and hospital admissions. Unintentional injuries are those where the injury is not caused on purpose and there is no intent to harm. An intentional injury is an injury as a result of intended acts by people. That is, harm of one person by another (assault, homicide, neglect) or self-harm An injury emergency department presentation is defined as an injury or poisoning that results in a person presenting to a hospital emergency department for treatment who is triaged (assessed for urgency), including those patients who leave before treatment commences. An injury hospital admission is defined as an injury or poisoning which results in the person being admitted to a hospital bed and being discharged alive after one or more night s stay in a hospital bed. Source: Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit (VISU) using data sourced from the Victorian Admitted Episode dataset (VAED) and the Victorian Emergency Minimum Dataset (VEMD). ABS Estimated Resident Population 2011. Currency: 2011"12
RANK intentional injuries treated in hospital The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the rate per 1000 population of intentional injuries treated in hospital
Percentage of unintentional injuries caused by falls The percentage of unintentional injuries in the LGA which are due to falls. The definition of falls includes same level falls such as slips and trips, and different level falls, for example, involving stairs, ladders or playground equipment. Falls and fall-related injury contributes to a significant proportion of the burden and impact of injury in Australia. Source: Victorian Injury Surveillance Unit (VISU) using data sourced from the Victorian Admitted Episode dataset (VAED) and the Victorian Emergency Minimum Dataset (VEMD). ABS Estimated Resident Population 2011. Currency: 2011"12
RANK unintentional injuries caused by falls The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the percentage of unintentional injuries caused by falls.
Indirect standardised death rate Standardised average death rates for the three years ending in the reference year (2011). Note that unlike other indicators in the LGA Profiles, this indicator is standardised to enable comparison of death rates between populations with different age structures. The ABS has used the indirect method in calculating the death rates due to the small size of LGA populations. This is an adjustment to the crude death rate of the standard population to account for the variation between the actual number of deaths in the population under study and the number of deaths which would have occurred if the population under study had experienced the age-specific death rates of the standard population. Source: Deaths Australia 2011 (Catalogue number 3302.0) released 8 November 2012, ABS Currency: 2011
RANK indirect standardised death rate The rank of the LGA/region in relation to the indirect standardised death rate
Avoidable deaths per 100,000 0-74 years due to all causes The average annual death rate from potentially avoidable causes per 100,000 persons aged 0 to 74 years for the period 2003 to 2007. The data was produced by Public Health Information Development Unit of the Department of Health and Ageing from deaths data supplied by ABS on behalf of State and Territory Registrars of deaths for 2003 to 2007; and ABS Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2003 to 2007. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2003 to 2007
RANK avoidable deaths due to all causes The rank of the LGA/region in relation to avoidable deaths per 100,000 population 0-74 years due to all causes
Avoidable deaths per 100,000 0-74 years due to cancer The average annual death rate from cancer per 100,000 persons aged 0 to 74 years for the period 2003 to 2007. The data was produced by Public Health Information Development Unit of the Department of Health and Ageing from deaths data supplied by ABS on behalf of State and Territory Registrars of deaths for 2003 to 2007; and ABS Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2003 to 2007. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2003 to 2007
RANK avoidable deaths due to cancer The rank of the LGA/region in relation to avoidable deaths per 100,000 population 0-74 years due to cancer
Avoidable deaths per 100,000 0-74 years due to cardiovascular disease The average annual death rate from cardiovascular disease per 100,000 persons aged 0 to 74 years for the period 2003 to 2007. The data was produced by Public Health Information Development Unit of the Department of Health and Ageing from deaths data supplied by ABS on behalf of State and Territory Registrars of deaths for 2003 to 2007; and ABS Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2003 to 2007. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2003 to 2007
RANK avoidable deaths due to cardiovascular disease The rank of the LGA/region in relation to avoidable deaths per 100,000 population 0-74 years due to cardiovascular disease
Avoidable deaths per 100,000 0-74 years due to respiratory disease The average annual death rate from respiratory disease per 100,000 persons aged 0 to 74 years for the period 2003 to 2007. The data was produced by Public Health Information Development Unit of the Department of Health and Ageing from deaths data supplied by ABS on behalf of State and Territory Registrars of deaths for 2003 to 2007; and ABS Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2003 to 2007. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2003 to 2007
RANK avoidable deaths due to respiratory disease The rank of the LGA/region in relation to avoidable deaths per 100,000 population 0-74 years due to respiratory disease
Service system Medicare Local The Medicare Local to which the LGA belongs. Medicare Locals are a component of the Australian Government s National Health Reforms. They are primary health care organisations established to coordinate primary health care delivery and address local health care needs and service gaps. Source: Department of Health and Ageing. Currency: 2011
Primary Care Partnership The primary care partnership (PCP) to which the LGA belongs. A PCP is a collection of two or more Local Government Areas that plan and deliver primary care services at a local level. At the time of publication, there were 30 PCPs in Victoria. Source: Integrated Care Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011
Number of hospitals/health services The number of hospitals and health service campuses located within the LGA. Includes both public and private hospitals. Source: Hospitals and Health Services Performance Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2012
General practitioners per 1,000 population The number of general practitioners working in an LGA per 1,000 population. Note that this is a head count per 1,000 population rather than a full-time equivalent measure per 1,000 population. As such, it does not provide a precise measure of the GP service availability within the LGA. This data is obtained from the Medical Directory of Australia, a comprehensive commercial database of information regarding doctors and other health professionals. The data is provided at postcode level and converted to LGA by the Modelling, GIS and Planning Products team. Source:The Medical Directory of Australia, Australasian Medical Publishing Company (AMPCo) and Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2011, ABS Currency: 2013 (GPs), 2011 (ERP)
RANK general practitioners per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to general practitioners per 1,000 population.
General practice clinics per 1,000 population The number of general practice clinics or sitesper 1,000 population located within the LGA. Each site is counted once only so that for example, a site offering physiotherapy and speech therapy is counted once under allied health services; a general practice clinic that has physiotherapy at the same site would be counted once under general practice clinic and once under allied health services. Source: Human Services Directory (2012) and Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2011, ABS Currency: 2012
RANK general practice clinics per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to general practitioners per 1,000 population.
Dental services per 1,000 population The number of dental service sites, Dental services include specialist services such as orthodontics and oral surgery. Each site is counted once only so that for example, a site offering physiotherapy and speech therapy is counted once under allied health services; a general practice clinic that has physiotherapy at the same site would be counted once under general practice clinic and once under allied health services. Source: Human Services Directory (2012) and Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2011, ABS Currency: 2012
RANK dental services per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to dental services per 1,000 population.
Allied health services per 1,000 population The number of allied health service sites per 1,000 population located within the LGA. Allied health service sites cover services such as audiology, chiropractic, physiotherapy, podiatry and exclude complementary therapies such as homeopathy and naturopathy. Each site is counted once only so that for example, a site offering physiotherapy and speech therapy is counted once under allied health services; a general practice clinic that has physiotherapy at the same site would be counted once under general practice clinic and once under allied health services. Source: Human Services Directory (2012) and Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2011, ABS Currency: 2012
RANK allied health services per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to allied health services per 1,0000 population
Pharmacies per 1,000 population The number of retail pharmacies per 1,000 population located within the LGA. Each site is counted once only so that for example, a site offering physiotherapy and speech therapy is counted once under allied health services; a general practice clinic that has physiotherapy at the same site would be counted once under general practice clinic and once under allied health services. Source: Human Services Directory (2012) and Estimated Resident Population, 30 June 2011, ABS Currency: 2012
RANK pharmacies per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to pharmacies per 1,000 population.
Number of schools The number of schools located in the LGA. This item includes government, private, and Catholic primary and secondary schools. It also includes schools for children with special needs. Source: Department of Education and Early Childhood Development. Currency: 2012
%population near public transport The percentage of the population that lives within 400 metres of a bus and/or tram stop and/or 800 metres of a train station. These percentages were calculated by the Modelling, GIS and Planning Products Unit using the source data listed below, within ArcGIS. Source: Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011, ABS, and transport location data provided by the Department of Transport. Currency: 2012
RANK population near public transport The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population near puiblic transport.
% population with private health insurance The percentage of the LGA population aged 15 years and over covered by private health insurance. Compiled by Public Health Information Development Unit using data estimated from the 2007 08 National Health Survey (NHS), ABS (unpublished); and ABS Estimated Resident Population, average of 30 June 2007 and 2008. The data are self-reported data, reported to interviewers in the 2007 08 NHS. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2011, PHIDU. Currency: 2007 08
RANK population with private health insurance The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to percentage of population with private health insurance.
Hospital utilisation Inpatient separations per 1,000 population The number of hospital inpatient separations per 1,000 population. A separation is a completed admission to hospital. This item refers to the number of occasions of service in Victorian public and private hospitals per 1,000 population, and not to the number of individuals admitted to hospital per 1,000 population. The data includes admissions for acute, sub-acute and mental health conditions. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011, ABS. Currency: 2011-12
RANK inpatient separations per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to hospital inpatient separations per 1,000 population.
% inpatient separations in private hospital The percentage of total separations for residents of the LGA which are in a private hospital. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011 12
RANK inpatient separations in private hospital The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to inpatient separations in private hospital.
Main public hospital attended The name of the Victorian public hospital with the highest number of separations of residents of the LGA. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and the ABS Estimated Resident Population 2011. Currency: 2011-12
Separations from most frequently attended hospital The percentage of all separations involving residents of an LGA which occurred at the most frequently attended public hospital. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and the ABS Estimated Resident Population 2011. Currency: 2011-12
RANK, Separations from most frequently attended hospital The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to separations from most frequently attended hospital.
Average length of stay (days), public hospitals The average length of stay (in days) for a Victorian public hospital inpatient. Note that all separations (including same-day stays) have been included. The duration of the hospital stay is calculated by subtracting the date the patient is admitted from the date of separation, less any leave taken during the admission. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and the ABS Estimated Resident Population 2011. Currency: 2011-12
RANK Average length of stay (days), public hospitals The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to average length of stay (days), public hospitals.
Average length of stay (days), all hospitals The average length of stay (in days) for all inpatients. Note that all separations (including same-day stays) have been included. The duration of the hospital stay is calculated by subtracting the date the patient is admitted from the date of separation, less any leave taken during the admission. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011 12
RANK Average length of stay (days), all hospitals The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to average length of stay (days), all hospitals.
Per annum change in hospital separations (2001-02 to 2011-12) The per annum change in the actual number of Victorian public and private hospital inpatient separations between 2000-01 and 2010-11. Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and the ABS Estimated Resident Population 2011. Currency: 2011-12
RANK per annum change in hospital separations (2001-02 to 2011-12) The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to per annum change in separations from 2001-02 to 2011-12.
Projected per annum change in separations 2011-12 to 2021-22 The per annum change between the projected number of Victorian hospital inpatient separations for 2021 22 and the actual number of separations in 2011 12. The 2021 22 projected separations are from the 2011 Inpatient Forecasting Model developed by the Department of Health using data from the Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset (VAED) to project future utilisation. Source:Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and hospital inpatient forecasts from the Health Strategy Branch, Department of Health. Currency: 2011-12
RANK projected per annum change in separations 2011-12 to 2021-22 The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to projected per annum change in separations from 2011-12 to 2021-22.
ACSC admission rate per 1,000 population The number of inpatient admissions for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions per 1,000 population. ACSCs are those for which hospitalisation is thought to be avoidable with the application of public health interventions and early disease management, usually delivered in ambulatory setting such as primary care. High rates of hospital admissions for ACSCs may provide indirect evidence of problems with patient access to primary healthcare, inadequate skills and resources, or disconnection with specialist services. Source: Source: Victorian Admitted Episodes Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health Currency:2011 12
RANK ACSC admssion rate per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to ACSC rate per 1,000 population.
ACSC average length of stay (days) The average length of stay for Ambulatory Care Sensitive Conditions admissions. ACSCs are those for which hospitalisation is thought to be avoidable with the application of public health interventions and early disease management, usually delivered in ambulatory setting such as primary care. High rates of hospital admissions for ACSCs may provide indirect evidence of problems with patient access to primary healthcare, inadequate skills and resources, or disconnection with specialist services. Source: Victorian Health Information Surveillance System (VHISS), Prevention and Population Health Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2009 10
RANK ACSC average length of stay The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to ACSC average length of stay.
ED presentations per 1,000 population The number of presentations by residents of an LGA at public hospital emergency departments per 1,000 population. The presentation numbers include people who did not wait to be treated, who left after treatment started, or were dead on arrival. This item refers to the number of occasions of service in Victorian public emergency departments per 1,000 population, and not to the number of individuals presenting to emergency departments per 1,000 population. Some LGAs will show much higher rates for this indicator than previous editions due to the commencement of reporting by Bass Coast Regional Health to the VEMD from 1 July 2011.Source: Victorian Emergency Minimum Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and Estimated Resident Population at 30 June 2011, ABS. Currency: 2011-12
RANK ED presentations per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to emergency department presentations per 1,000 population.
Primary care type ED presentations per 1,000 population The proportion of presentations at Emergency Departments within the LGA which were classified as  primary care type presentations . That is, the presentations were assessed as of low urgency and acuity, did not arrive by ambulance, were self-referred, were presenting for a new episode of care and were not expecting to be admitted. The data is presented as a rate per 1,000 population. Source: Victorian Emergency Minimum Dataset, Hospitals and Health Service Performance Division, Department of Health, and Estimated Resident Population at 30 June 2011, ABS. Currency: 2011-12
RANK primary care type ED presentations per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to primary care type emergency department presentations per 1,000 population.
Other service utilisation GP attendances males, per 1,000 population The rate of attendances at a General Practitioner for males per 1,000 population for services under the Medicare Benefits Schedule and Department of Veterans Affairs. Compiled by Public Health Development Unit using data from the Department of Health and Ageing, 2009 10, and ABS Estimated Resident Population, 2010. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2009 10
RANK GP attendances males The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to GP attendances males.
GP attendances females, per 1,000 population The rate of attendances at a General Practitioner for females per 1,000 population for services under the Medicare Benefits Schedule and Department of Veterans Affairs. Compiled by Public Health Development Unit using data from the Department of Health and Ageing, 2009 10, and ABS Estimated Resident Population, 2010. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2009 10
RANK GP attendances females The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to GP attendances females.
GP attendances total, per 1,000 population The rate of attendances at a General Practitioner per 1,000 population for services under the Medicare Benefits Schedule and Department of Veterans Affairs. Compiled by Public Health Development Unit using data from the Department of Health and Ageing, 2009 10, and ABS Estimated Resident Population, 2010. Source: Social Health Atlas of Victorian Local Government Areas, 2012, PHIDU. Currency: 2009-10
RANK GP attendances total The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to general practitioner attendances per 1,000 population.
HACC clients aged 0-69 per 1,000 target population The number of people, aged 0-69 years, receiving services funded by the Home and Community Care (HACC) program per 1,000 target population. The number of clients is determined from the HACC Minimum Data Set which is a compilation of returns from funded agencies. The target population is persons aged 0-69 years with a profound, severe or moderate disability. For any given locality, an initial estimate is made based on the number of residents of the locality and statewide disability rates. It excludes people living in residential care settings. The initial estimates are then weighted for socio-economic status, health status, remoteness, indigenous status, and cultural and linguistic diversity. Further details on the methodology may be obtained from the Aged Care Branch of the Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division of the Department of Health. Source: HACC Program, Aged Care Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011-12
RANK HACC clients aged 0-69 per 1,000 target population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to HACC clients aged 0-69 years, per 1,000 target population.
HACC clients aged 70 plus per 1,000 target population The number of people aged 70 years and over, receiving services funded by the Home and Community Care (HACC) program per 1,000 target population. The number of clients is determined from the HACC Minimum Data Set which is a compilation of returns from funded agencies. The initial estimate for the target population aged 70 and over is all people of this age group except those eligible for Department of Veteran Affairs homecare, and excluding people living in residential care settings. The initial estimates are then weighted for socio-economic status, health status, remoteness, indigenous status, and cultural and linguistic diversity. Further details on the methodology may be obtained from the Aged Care Branch of the Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division of the Department of Health. Source: HACC Program, Aged Care Branch, Wellbeing, Integrated Care and Ageing Division, Department of Health. Currency: 2011-12
RANK HACC clients aged 70 plus per 1,000 target population The rank of the LGA/region in relation to HACC clients aged 70 years and over, per 1,000 target population.
Drug and alcohol clients per 1,000 population The number of residents of an LGA per 1,000 population who received treatment from alcohol and drug treatment services. This item refers to the number of individuals, not to the number of completed courses of treatment. Source: Alcohol and Drug Information System, Mental Health, Drugs and Regions Division, Department of Health and Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011 ABS. Currency: 2011-12
RANK drug and alcohol clients per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to drug and alcohol clients per 1,000 population.
Registered mental health clients per 1,000 population The number of residents of an LGA who are registered as clients with a mental health service per 1,000 population. When a referral is made to a public mental health service, a clinician will determine the most appropriate service response. If the referral is accepted for further service delivery or intervention, the client is registered on the Victorian public mental health client information management system. Source: Mental Health, Drugs and Regions Division, Department of Health and Estimated Resident Population as at 30 June 2011, ABS. Currency: 2011-12
RANK registered mental health clients per 1,000 population The rank of the LGA/region, in relation to registered mental health clients per 1,000 population.

 

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