Summary Report - outpatient appointments by gender
Summary - outpatient attendances by age and gender (incl. maternity specific attendances), 2019-20
Women comprised 55.5 million attendances (57.8 per cent), compared to 40.6 million for men (42.1 per cent).
For women, the age group with greatest number of attendances was 30-34 years (4.5 million) for men it was 70-74 years (4.3 million).
The most attendances were made by patients aged between 60-79 years with 30.6 million (31.9 percent) for both males and females.
39.8 percent of attendances for women aged 20-39 years were for maternity services, defined as where the treatment specialty was either ‘Obstetrics’ or ‘Midwife Episode’.
Summary report 8: Outpatient attendances by age and gender (incl. maternity specific attendances), 2019-20
Summary of outpatient did not attends by age and gender, 2019-20
4.1 million (54.3 per cent) of did not attends were for females with a corresponding 3.4 million (45.7 per cent) for males.
The 20-39 years old age group, accounts for the largest proportion (34.5 per cent) among females.
For males, 40-59 years has the corresponding proportion primacy (27.5 per cent).
Summary report 9: Outpatient did not attends by age and gender, 2019-20
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