Finalised outputs

Finalised data from the national collections.

Publications

  • Published 07 May 2019
    These tables show the number of people in your area who were discharged from surgical specialties. It shows both the number of patients discharged and the case weights attributed to those patients.
  • Published 07 May 2019
    This shows the number of people who were treated by surgical specialties in your DHB area. The information is split into acute and elective patients.
  • Published 07 May 2019
    These tables show the number of people in your DHB area who were discharged from surgical specialties. The information is split into acute and elective patients.
  • Published 07 May 2019
    These tables show the level of certain procedures provided to people in your DHB area compared to DHBs in other parts of New Zealand.
  • Published 07 May 2019
    These tables show the number of people who were treated by surgical specialties in your DHB area. It shows both the number of patients discharged and the case weights attributed to those patients.
  • Report on Maternity 2017.
    Published 11 April 2019
    The Report on Maternity 2017 provides health statistics about women giving birth, their pregnancy and childbirth experience and the characteristics of live-born babies in New Zealand. The focus is on births in 2017.
  • Published 05 April 2019
    This Annual Data Explorer presents the 2017/18 results from the New Zealand Health Survey, for both adults and children. The Annual Data Explorer includes information on health behaviours and risk factors, health conditions and access to health services
  • Published 12 December 2018
    These annually published interactive tables and graphs provide high-level data on cancer registrations in 2016. They include information about the most common cancers registered and breakdowns by common demographic variables
  • Published 15 November 2018
    This release covers the most important indicators from the 2017/18 New Zealand Health Survey. These are self-rated health, smoking (current), past-year drinking, hazardous drinking, obesity, mental health status (psychological distress), unmet need for GP due to cost and unfilled prescriptions due to cost.
  • Published 07 November 2018
    These tables present a summary of fetal and infant deaths, with a focus on deaths and stillbirths registered in 2015. Information presented includes demographic information (eg, ethnicity and sex), cause of death, gestation and birthweight, as well as deaths classified as sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) and sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI).
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