The Netherlands – Map 7

Number of hospitals, adjusted for population age groups, in a catchment area of 20km.

This indicator shows the number of hospitals , adjusted for population age groups, in a catchment area of 20km. This could be one of the indicators that will be part of an index for medical desertification. This index will be formulated and tested throughout AHEAD’s research activities, between October 2021 – May 2022. Eventually, a mouse-over or clicking on a municipality will also present additional information about that municipality, for example, the size of the population, its demographical composition or the percentage of unmet healthcare needs. Also, information from our in-country research will be included as we go along.

The Netherlands – Map 4

This is a map of the Netherlands showing the number of GPs per 100,000 (per municipality), adjusted for the population size and age groups, and taking into consideration a service area (catchment area) with a radius of 20 km. Different age groups require different levels of health care; this is accounted for in this map. Moreover, a 10 km distance to a GP practice could be considered an acceptable distance, which means that people living within that area can choose which GP to visit. Colour-coded from light blue (less GPs per 100,000 per municipality, adjusted for the population size and age groups, within 20km) to dark blue (more GPs per 100,000 per municipality, adjusted for the population size and age groups, within 20 km).

This indicator shows the number of GPs , adjusted for population age groups, in a catchment area of 20km. This could be one of the indicators that will be part of an index for medical desertification. This index will be formulated and tested throughout AHEAD’s research activities, between October 2021 – May 2022. Eventually, a mouse-over or clicking on a municipality will also present additional information about that municipality, for example, the size of the population, its demographical composition or the percentage of unmet healthcare needs. Also, information from our in-country research will be included as we go along.

The Netherlands – Map 3

This is a map of the Netherlands showing the number of GPs per 100,000 per municipality, adjusted for the population size and age groups. Different age groups require different levels of health care; this is accounted for in this map. Colour-coded from light blue (less GPs per 100,000 per municipality, adjusted for the population size and age groups) to dark blue (more GPs per 100,000 per municipality, adjusted for the population size and age groups)

This indicator shows the number of GPs per 100,000 per municipality, adjusted for the population size and age groups. This could be one of the indicators that will be part of an index for medical desertification. This index will be formulated and tested throughout AHEAD’s research activities, between October 2021 – May 2022. Eventually, a mouse-over or clicking on a municipality will also present additional information about that municipality, for example, the size of the population, its demographical composition or the percentage of unmet healthcare needs. Also, information from our in-country research will be included as we go along.

Number of nurses per 10 K population

This is a map of Serbia by municipalities (LAU1 level) showing the total number of nurses and midwives per 10,000 population in 2020, colour coded from light green (from less than 25) to dark blue (to over 400).

This indicator shows the physical availability of nurses and midwives to the population in the specific municipality, as one of potential indicators of medical desertification, and might become part of the index for medical desertification which will be formulated throughout research activities, between October 2021 and May 2022.

The municipalities with the lowest number of nurses and midwives per 10,000 population are Mali Iđoš, Bački Petrovac, Bač, Titel i Srbobran. The number of nurses and midwives per 10,000 population in these municipalities ranges from 15 to 16.

Eventually, a mouse-over or clicking on a municipality will also present additional information about that municipality, such as the size of the population, it’s demographic composition or the percentage of unmet health needs. Also, information from our in-country research will be included as we go along.

The source of data is the Institute of Public Health of Serbia. Health Statistical Yearbook 2020. Belgrade: IPHS, 2021.

 

Number of specialists per 10K population

This is a map of Serbia by municipalities (LAU1 level) showing the number of specialist physicians per 10,000 population in 2020, colour coded from light green (from less than 5) to dark blue (to over 70).

This indicator shows the physical availability of specialist physicians to the population in the specific municipality, as one of potential indicators of medical desertification, and might become part of the index for medical desertification which will be formulated throughout research activities, between October 2021 and May 2022.

The municipalities with the lowest number of specialist physicians per 10,000 population are Sečanj, Čoka, Trgovište, Mionica, and Sopot. The number of specialist physicians per 10,000 population in these municipalities ranges from 1 to 2.

Eventually, a mouse-over or clicking on a municipality will also present additional information about that municipality, such as the size of the population, it’s demographic composition or the percentage of unmet health needs. Also, information from our in-country research will be included as we go along.

The source of data is the Institute of Public Health of Serbia. Health Statistical Yearbook 2020. Belgrade: IPHS, 2021.