Joint Strategic Needs Assessment (JSNA) identifies key issues affecting the health and wellbeing of our residents, both now and in the future.
The NHS offer many different types of health and social care services in the borough, for example:
- Primary care services, such as GPs and pharmacies
- Secondary care services, such as hospitals and specialist clinics
- Prevention services, such as vaccinations and screenings
- Social care services, such as family support and adult care
This section looks at information about these services in Rochdale borough, including the number of people using the services, the quality of the services and how easy it is to access the services.
The Health and Social Care summary part of the JSNA highlights the key issues, outcomes and measures related to the health and social care services operating in the borough.
It includes sections on:
- General practices and primary care
- Emergency and urgent care
- Planned care
Read the Health and social care JSNA summary
Statistics on health and social care services
- NHS Digital - the NHS Digital site publishes data on health and social care services covering GPs and primary care, hospital admissions and adult social care.