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Darparwr data: Llywodraeth Cymru Ystadegau Gwladol Galwadau ambiwlans ac ymatebion brys, yn ôl ardal a chategori'r alwad

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Measure[Hidlo]
[Lleihau]Area[Hidlo]
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[Lleihau]Area 1
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[Lleihau]Area 2
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Cliciwch yma i ddidoliCategory A callsCliciwch yma i ddidoliCategory A calls resulting in an emergency response arriving at the sceneCliciwch yma i ddidoliCategory A calls resulting in emergency response arriving at the scene within 8 minutesCliciwch yma i ddidoliCategory A calls - % of emergency responses at scene within 8 minutesCliciwch yma i ddidoliCategory C calls
[Lleihau]WALES13,28112,8427,48558.323,083
WALESNORTH WALES REGION[Lleihau]BETSI CADWALADR ULHB3,3113,2341,99661.75,956
BETSI CADWALADR ULHBIsle of Anglesey31530916051.8557
Gwynedd59257734159.11,120
Conwy65163741264.71,206
Denbighshire52250933565.8952
Flintshire67666134952.81,129
Wrexham55554139973.8992
[Lleihau]CENTRAL & WEST WALES REGION4,4044,2562,37155.77,514
CENTRAL & WEST WALES REGION[Lleihau]POWYS TEACHING LHBPowys52751425750.0955
[Lleihau]HYWEL DDA LHB1,5501,51980452.92,790
HYWEL DDA LHBCeredigion31331017155.2507
Pembrokeshire50949826954.01,025
Carmarthenshire72871136451.21,258
[Lleihau]ABERTAWE BRO MORGANNWG ULHB2,3272,2231,31058.93,769
ABERTAWE BRO MORGANNWG ULHBSwansea1,1331,08864759.51,811
Neath Port Talbot59357432456.41,017
Bridgend60156133960.4941
[Lleihau]SOUTH EAST WALES REGION5,5665,3523,11858.39,613
SOUTH EAST WALES REGION[Lleihau]CARDIFF & VALE ULHB2,0481,9461,13358.23,454
CARDIFF & VALE ULHBVale of Glamorgan50748728658.7993
Cardiff1,5411,45984758.12,461
[Lleihau]CWM TAF LHB1,1381,11764057.32,102
CWM TAF LHBRhondda Cynon Taf91690050255.81,668
Merthyr Tydfil22221713863.6434
[Lleihau]ANEURIN BEVAN LHB2,3802,2891,34558.84,057
ANEURIN BEVAN LHBCaerphilly70168539858.11,155
Blaenau Gwent33031918558.0550
Torfaen36234018052.9676
Monmouthshire33431816050.3669
Newport65362742267.31,007

Metadata

Teitl
Ambulance services - Number of emergency ambulance calls and responses, by UA, LHB, ambulance region and Wales (from December 2011)

Diweddariad diwethaf
28 Hydref 2015 28 Hydref 2015

Diweddariad nesaf
25 Tachwedd 2015

Sefydliad cyhoeddi
Llywodraeth Cymru

Ffynhonnell 1
Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Gwasanaethau Ambiwlans Cymru

Cyswllt ebost
ystadegau.iechyd@cymru.gsi.gov.uk

Dynodiad
Ystadegau Gwladol

Lefel isaf o ddadelfennu daearyddol
Awdurdodau lleol

Cwmpas daearyddol
Cymru

Cwmpas ieithyddol
Saesneg yn unig

Trwyddedu data
Gallwch ddefnyddio ac ailddefnyddio'r data hwn am ddim mewn unrhyw fformat neu gyfrwng, dan delerau'r Drwydded Llywodraeth Agored - gweler http://www.nationalarchives.gov.uk/doc/open-government-licence-cymraeg

Disgrifiad cyffredinol
Since April 2014, Local Health Boards have been responsible for providing emergency ambulance services (999 calls) for their local residents; the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust (WAST) is commissioned to deliver emergency ambulance services on their behalf.
In March 2011, the Welsh Government published National Ambulance Performance Standards that are more focussed on improved clinical outcomes for patients. Only the most serious calls, classed as Category A (immediately life-threatening), will be guaranteed an emergency blue light response. All other calls will receive an appropriate response, either face-to-face or telephone assessment, based on clinical need. To implement this, there were changes to the ambulance services in Wales from 5 December 2011.
Summary of changes:
To comply with the National Ambulance Performance Standards, the following changes to the ambulance service in Wales were introduced:
Category B (serious but not immediately life-threatening calls) has been removed;
- immediately life-threatening calls (where there is an imminent threat to life) will continue to be identified as Category A calls but will now include the most serious of the former Category B calls;
- urgent & planned calls (serious but not life threatening and/or neither serious nor life threatening) will be identified as Category C (urgent and planned) calls, but will now also include the majority of the former Category B calls; and
- calls to the ambulance service from health care professionals (HCP) to order an ambulance for patients on an urgent basis for admission to hospital (previously called GP urgent patient journeys) are now included in the calls data. These calls will be prioritised and classified as Category A or C in the same way as emergency 999 calls, although those classified as Category C will have additional time bands/standards.
As a result of these changes, users should note the following:
- data prior to December 2011 will not be directly comparable with data for this and future months;
- the total number of emergency calls will increase by around 4,000 for December 2011 onwards;
- the number of Category A and Category C calls will increase for December 2011 onwards; and
- variation in performance against the targets and / or calls in December 2011 is partially due to these changes.


Casgliad data a dull cyfrifo
Monthly return from the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust (WAST), at unitary authority (UA) level. Until July 2007, the data was collected quarterly on the KA34 Patient Transport Services return. Data is submitted on an EXCEL spreadsheet and transferred to an ACCESS database; validation checks including monthly trends are carried out and any queries are taken up with WAST.

Amlder cyhoeddi
Misol

Cyfnodau data dan sylw
Monthly from December 2011

Defnyddwyr, defnydd a chyd-destun
This information is included in the related quality report - see weblink.

Gwybodaeth am ddiwygiadau
The data can be subject to very minor changes due to post-submission data cleansing, including updates to the location gazeteer.
Incidents which cannot initially be allocated to a Unitary Authority (eg invalid or unknown gazetteer entry) are not included in the monthly statistics. The numbers affected are usually very small, maybe a few (or none) each month, and are invariably allocated to a UA following updates to the gazeteer.
As a result, revised data from January 2012 onwards will be submitted by WAST to Welsh Government several times a year and StatsWales will be updated to reflect this.

Ansawdd ystadegol
This information is included in the related quality report - see weblink.

Allweddeiriau
Ambiwlans

Enw
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