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Table 5 Patient origin matrix for NSRI and the hospitals in the region understudy labelled according to the postcode district location (data in bold represent cases per district corresponding to the hospital main provider)

From: A proposed approach in defining population-based rates of major injury from a trauma registry dataset: Delineation of hospital catchment areas (I)

  All the postcode districts within ST postcode area
Hospitals in the region ST1 ST2 ST3 ST4 ST5 ST6 ST7 ST8 ST9 ST10 ST11 ST12 ST13 ST14 ST15 ST16 ST17 ST18 ST19 ST20 ST21
ST4 379 459 737 645 968 822 453 203 122 291 107 37 290 22 61 40 28 15 10 9 19
ST16 -   9 9 - - -    10 5   - 43 153 231 344 140 113 37 56
SK10 - - - - - - 14 12 - 6   - 21 -        
SK2*      - -        -    -   -    
CW1* - - - - 5 - 44 -       -        -
TF1*        -            -   -  
WV10 -                - -   15   
WS2    -   - -             - -   
DE13*   - -    -    - - - -   142 - -      -
DE1               - - -   -    
  1. Source: Trauma Audit and Research Network & Hospital Episode Statistics (Health and Social Care Information Centre)
  2. e.g. 737 cases with residence ST3 were admitted to NSRI – the highest number in the column, therefore NSRI is main ST3 provider – cells with under 5 cases suppress (data protection requirements)
  3. *data over shorter time periods then 1997–2004, depending on the number of years TARN membership per hospital NSRI, Stoke on Trent (ST4), Staffordshire General Hospital, Stoke on Trent (ST16), Macclesfield District General Hospital, Stockport (SK10), Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport (SK2), Leighton Hospital, Crewe (CW1), Princess Royal Hospital, Telford (TF1), New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton (WV10), Manor Hospital, Walsall (WS2), Queen's Hospital, Derbyshire (DE13) and Derbyshire Royal Infirmary (DE1)