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Sarah Teather: To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) children and (b) adults were diagnosed with asthma in each (i) London primary care trust and (ii) London strategic health authority in each of the last five years. [87666]

Mr. Ivan Lewis: The Department does not collect data on the number of people diagnosed each year with asthma. However, the table shows data for primary care trust (PCT) and strategic health authority (SHA) level prevalence in London, for April 2004 to March 2005 which are the only figures available.


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Unadjusted Disease Prevalence, Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) for April 2004—March 2005, England, numbers on QOF disease registers, and unadjusted prevalence rates, by PCT
Strategic Health Authority code SHA name Code PCT name Number of practices Sum of list sizes Sum of asthma register counts Asthma unadjusted prevalence (Percentage)

Q05

North Central London

5A9

Barnet

77

371,545

16,644

4.5

Q05

North Central London

5K7

Camden

45

245,115

9,529

3.9

Q05

North Central London

5C1

Enfield

60

282,866

12,550

4.4

Q05

North Central London

5C9

Haringey

58

278,025

11,509

4.1

Q05

North Central London

5K8

Islington

43

222,342

10,739

4.8

North Central London

1,399,893

60,971

4.4

Q06

North East London

5C2

Barking and Dagenham

42

172,748

7,179

4.2

Q06

North East London

5C3

City and Hackney Primary Care Team

51

265,498

11,256

4.2

Q06

North East London

54A

Havering

52

247,003

11,393

4.6

Q06

North East London

5C5

Newham primary care team

65

310,022

14,263

4.6

Q06

North East London

5NA

Redbridge

50

242,958

10,810

4.4

Q06

North East London

5C4

Tower Hamlets Primary Care Team

41

225,668

10,882

4.8

Q06

North East London

Waltham Forest

59

250,877

12,000

4.8

North East London

1,714,774

77,783

4.5

Q04

North West London

5K5

Brent

72

349,145

15,495

4.4

Q04

North West London

5HX

Ealing

81

362,673

17,110

4.7

Q04

North West London

5H1

Hammersmith and Fulham

33

190,019

8,489

4.5

Q04

North West London

5K6

Harrow

39

227,927

13,029

5.7

Q04

North West London

5AT

Hillingdon

53

261,750

13,637

5.2

Q04

North West London

5HY

Hounslow

60

251,041

11,470

4.6

Q04

North West London

5LA

Kensington and Chelsea

43

183,296

5,973

3.3

Q04

North West London

5LC

Westminster

51

244,188

7,924

3.2

North West London

2,070,039

93,127

4.5

Q07

South East London

TAK

Bexley Care Trust

35

221,611

11,484

5.2

Q07

South East London

5A7

Bromley

53

315,982

16,252

5.1

Q07

South East London

5A8

Greenwich

46

258,432

12,277

4.8

Q07

South East London

5LD

Lambeth

53

344,588

14,741

4.3

Q07

South East London

5LF

Lewisham

51

278,990

14,998

5.4

Q07

South East London

5LE

Southwark

48

280,231

11,194

4.0

South East London

1,699,834

80,946

4.8

Q08

South West London

5K9

Croydon

65

359,874

17,735

4.9

Q08

South West London

5A5

Kingston

29

178,948

8,518

4.8

Q08

South West London

5M6

Richmond and Twickenham

31

198,448

8,513

4.3

Q08

South West London

5M7

Sutton and Merton

56

389,319

19,533

5.0

South West London

5LG

Wandsworth

50

311,003

13,133

4.2

South West London

1,437,592

67,432

4.7

Notes:
SHA and PCT codes are used for administrative purposes in local and national databases
Unadjusted prevalence=(number on disease register/list size) * 100
(c) The Information Centre for health and social care 2005

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