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This is a slightly harder one, but there is no one place anyone can go to find out what emergencies or issues are happening in my area, or in anywhere I might be heading. The SA CFS site could be a starting point for this information: http://www.cfs.sa.gov.au/site/news_media/current_incidents.jsp Surely information could be gathered for all jurisdictions which could then be consolidated into a single feed, but this ...more »
http://www.health.gov.au/internet/main/publishing.nsf/Content/Statistics-1 * Ageing and Aged Care Statistics * Facts and Figures * Electorate Reports on Health Data * General Practice Statistics * General Practice Statistics for Divisions of General Practice * General practitioner demographics * General practitioner types and place of qualification * Number of ...more »
Another great dataset for research purposes.
http://www.psma.com.au/products/administrativeboundaries.cfm The Administrative Boundaries dataset comprises five themes: * Australian Bureau of Statistics (ABS) boundaries * electoral boundaries * local government areas * suburbs/localities, and * state boundaries. The ABS boundaries theme includes three layers—collector districts, statistical local areas and urban centre localities. The electoral ...more »
These are currently published in a combination of PDF, MS Word and MS Excel formats depending on the type of data within each statistics set.
Includes weekly and monthly statistics of:
Current ED activity
ED triage attendances and waiting time
Hospital bed usage and availability
This would be a good set for research if it was made available for use, currently all the raw data is locked up and not available apart from what is published in the SOFR.