Our area health profile
Surrey Downs CCG has second largest population of the Surrey CCGs. We have around 300,000 people registered with GPs practices in the area, our population is growing.
What does this mean?
- Approximately a quarter of the Surrey Downs CCG population is made up of children and young people aged 0-19 years
- more than half (56%) of the population is of persons aged between 20-64 years
- approximately a fifth (20%) of the population are persons aged 65 years and over
- less than one in 30 (3%) are aged 85 years and over.
Surrey County Council’s Public Health team produce a Health Profile for us and other CCGs within our area. We use this information to work out what services are most important to our local population’s health needs and how we can ‘do more for less’ to make sure we are getting the best value for money.
The information provided describes the health needs of our population; the factors which affect health; patterns of different diseases; life expectancy; and health inequality.
You can view this information on the Surrey-i website through the link here.
Surrey County Council has also produced an Independent Annual Report on the Health and Wellbeing of Children and Young People in Surrey. This document examines factors which affect the health needs of those living in Surrey aged between Early Years (0-5) - Young People (16-18).