The Ambulance Services Indicators are now published on a monthly rather than on a quarterly basis, below you will find an interactive dashboard following the 5-Step Ambulance Model:
* Clinical Indicator collection and reporting has changed following the introduction of an Electronic Patient Clinical Record (ePCR) within the Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust and was suspended in December 2021 to allow the rollout of the ePCR, as such no clinical indicator data is reported For December 2021, January, February and March 2022. From April 2022 clinical indicator data for Stroke, ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI), Hypoglycaemia and Fractured Neck of Femur has been published with other clinical indicators coming on line following quality checks and assurance.
Each section of the dashboard contains an snapshot of pertinent indicators which can be filtered either on an Wales-level (if available) or Local Health Board level. Please utilise the arrow at the bottom right of the dashboard to enlarge to full screen and the use the left and right arrows to navigate.
The Ambulance Service Indicators (formally Ambulance Quality Indicators) have been produced since October 2015, to export a full copy of the Wales-level dataset please click here, to export a full copy of the Local Health Board dataset please click here, these replace the previous individual quarterly reports. Metadata dats is also available and can be found by clicking here as well as a full list of indicator descriptors found by clicking here. An accompanying narrative and overview document has been produced to compliment the data release which can be downloaded here.
The next scheduled refresh is Thursday 23 April 2023 at 09:30am
StatsWales is a free Welsh Government service that allows users to view, manipulate, create and download tables of Welsh data.
Below are links to the summary information about emergency ambulance services.
The following files are also available from StatsWales: