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Title: Accident & Emergency Care Statistics - Northern Ireland - 2009/10

Release date: 05 August 2010 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland) | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Theme specific | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This publication presents information on annual activity at emergency care departments in Northern Ireland. It details information on new attendances, planned & unplanned re-attendances, patient transport to A&E, and waiting times in emergency care departments.

Title: Accident & Emergency Care Statistics - Northern Ireland - 2010/11

Provisional release date: June 2011
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland) | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Theme specific | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This publication presents information on annual activity at emergency care departments in Northern Ireland. It details information on new attendances, planned & unplanned re-attendances, patient transport to A&E, waiting times in emergency care departments and accidents in the home resulting in the patient being admitted to hospital.

Title: Accident & Emergency Care Statistics - Northern Ireland - 2011/12

Release date: 28 June 2012 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland) | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Theme specific | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This publication presents information on annual activity at emergency care departments in Northern Ireland. It details information on new attendances, planned & unplanned re-attendances, patient transport to A&E, waiting times in emergency care departments and accidents in the home resulting in the patient being admitted to hospital.

Title: Accident & Emergency Care Statistics - Northern Ireland - 2012/13

Release date: 27 June 2013 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland) | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Theme specific | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This publication presents information on annual activity at emergency care departments in Northern Ireland. It details information on new attendances, planned & unplanned re-attendances, patient transport to A&E, waiting times in emergency care departments and accidents in the home resulting in the patient being admitted to hospital.

Title: Accident & Emergency Care Statistics - Northern Ireland - 2013/14

Release date: 26 June 2014 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland) | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Theme specific | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This publication presents information on annual activity at emergency care departments in Northern Ireland. It details information on new attendances, planned & unplanned re-attendances, patient transport to A&E, waiting times in emergency care departments and accidents in the home resulting in the patient being admitted to hospital.

Title: Accident & Emergency Care Statistics - Northern Ireland - 2014/15

Release date: 25 June 2015 at 9:30am
Theme: Health and Social Care | Department: Health, Social Service and Public Safety (Northern Ireland) | Coverage: Northern Ireland
Geographic breakdown: Theme specific | Designation: National Statistics
Summary: This publication presents information on annual activity at emergency care departments in Northern Ireland. It details information on new attendances, planned & unplanned re-attendances, patient transport to A&E, waiting times in emergency care departments and accidents in the home resulting in the patient being admitted to hospital.