Hospital and Health Service profiles from the 2018 Chief Health Officer report
Hospital and Health Services (HHS) have diverse populations with diverse health outcomes. This data from the 2018 Chief Health Officer (CHO) Report provides evidence for setting priorities to achieve better health of the HHS populations.
Profiles by each geographically-based Hospital and Health Services
- Full profiles for Queensland and Hospital and Health Services (PDF, 3135 kB)
- Indicators of children's health
- total population – birth and children
- infant feeding
- food and nutrition
- physical activity
- living in a household with a daily smoker.
- 2-page profile of each HHS (15 in total)
- getting a healthy start – key infant and child risk factors
- keeping Queenslanders healthy – key adult risk factors.
- Ranking of selected indicators
- total population – children and older people
- premature deaths and suicide
- bowel screening participation
- potentially preventable hospitalisation
- adult risk factors – daily smoking, overweight and obesity
- perinatal – maternal smoking, and healthy birthweight
- deaths – infants and young children
- children: dental decay experience and hospitalisations
- children: hospitalisations for asthma
- child risk factors: overweight and obesity, and daily fruit and vegetables.