Research and Intelligence Team, Policy, Research and Engagement Division, Strategic Services
Chief Executive’s Office.
For more information please contact Richard Brett
LSOA’s run from the west of the ward along Mill Hill Lane and towards the city centre.
Figure 18: Indices of Multiple Deprivation 2010 Education, Skills, Training Domain by LSOA
Good Health and Well-Being
The Health and Social Care Act 2012 has heralded significant changes in the health system.
Clinical Commissioning Groups
led by GPs
will be responsible for the majority of the
health budget. Further, responsibility for public health is moving from the NHS to local
government. The Act also required the establishment of Health and Wellbeing Boards and
development of local Health and Wellbeing Strategies (HWbS). In Derby, a Health and
Wellbeing Board has been in place for 18 months, and the priorities of the Health and
Wellbeing Strategy were agreed by the Board in May 2012.
One of the functions of the Health and Wellbeing Board will be to implement and monitor the
designated outcome board of Derby City and Neighbourhood Partnership (DCNP), members
must take into account the DCNP Agreement and particularly its requirements regarding
implementation of The Derby Plan and delivery back to their own organisations.
in Derby has always been seen as a strength of the local health system; with a network of
services in the heart of communities. The following list highlights the primary care services
that can be found in this Ward:
Charnwood Surgery; Macklin Street Surgery; Osmaston Surgery; Peartree Medical Centre;
Wellside Medical Centre; Wilson Street Surgery.
Astons Chemist; Boots; Day-Night Pharmacy; Lander and Hunt Chemists; Lloyds Pharmacy;
Manor Pharmacy; Medina Chemist; Pharmaceutical Health Ltd; Rosehill Pharmacy;
Central Dental Practice; Derby House Dental Practice; Dove Dental Practice; Friary Dental
Practice; Normanton Road Dental Practice; Peter A Cholerton, Dentist; Trinity Terrace
Boots Opticians; Burrows Opticians; Dolland and Aitchison; Lancaster and Thorpe; Optical
Express; Optique Vision; Specs 4 U; Specs at Home; Specs Opticians; Specsavers
Opticians; The Eye Gallery; Ultimate Spex; Vision Express; Wozencroft and Co.
Arboretum House; Castle Park Care Home; Cleeve Villas; Douglas Court Residential Home;
Lavendar Lodge Care Home; Oaklands; The Longdens; White Doves.
Specific indicators are in the process of approval for the ‘Good Health and W
domain of the plan. It should be noted that whilst a variety will be available at a city level,
there is currently limited availability for measures at a small area geography; for instance,
covering aspects of workplace and Mental Health. The four themes of this element of the
Derby Plan (prioritised within the HWbS), are:
1. More people living longer in better health
2. Better health at work
3. Better mental health and well-being
4. More choice and influence over services.
The Government wants people to have more choice and influence over the services they
receive. This is known as personalisation. In Derby, adult social care is changing to give
residents more choice and control over the support they receive. Through ‘Personal
Budgets’, support is perso
nalised so that residents have more involvement.
While specific indicators have not yet been signed off, it should be noted that every indicator
compare with the rest of Derby, as well as England (where available). The Ward’s outcome
in each measure is shown as a coloured circle, while the average for Derby is marked by a
black line making up the ‘spine’ of this chart. The range of outcomes for all Wards in Derby
are highlighted by a grey bar.
Where the outcome is illustrated by a red circle, this means that the outcome in this measure
comparable to the Derby average, and while a green circle signifies a significantly better
outcome; it should be noted that this may still indicate an important public health issue for
Derby. Outcomes that are highlighted by a clear circle denote a measure where no
significance can be calculated, or where it might not be appropriate to signify a ‘better’ or
Data sources, timeframes and values i.e. whether a rate, ratio or proportion, can be found in
For more information about the national Health Profiles programme, please visit the
. Alternatively, Local Authority employees
can access the DORIS Report Library, and then follow the following sequence of links:
Adults, Health and Housing > Key Statistics > Health. The 2011 national Health Profile for
Derby as well as an informative local briefing of the programme is available for use.