Geographical variation in disease: diabetes, cardiovascular and chronic kidney disease presents 36 dynamic dashboards showing the distribution of the impact of type 2 diabetes, cardiovascular and chronic kidney disease (including dialysis and acute kidney injury) by 3 geographical levels: state/territory, Primary Health Network and Population Health Area. Users can explore disease prevalence, hospitalisation and death rates alongside profiles of health and selected population characteristics at each geography level.
- Cat. no: PHE 292
By Primary Health Network, type 2 diabetes rates were generally higher in regional than in metropolitan areas
The highest chronic kidney disease hospitalisation rate by Population Health Area was 23 times the national average
Self-reported heart, stroke and vascular disease rates ranged from 2.9% to 8.4% across Primary Health Networks