Health data is produced and provided by a range of sources including Public Health England, NHS Digital, the Department of Health; as well as local sources including Cumbria County Council and Cumbria Clinical Commissioning Group.  Here you will find a range of key reports and surveys relating to the health and wellbeing of the people of Cumbria.

Adult Social Care is part of Cumbria County Council and is responsible for providing help to adults, and their carers, when accessing care and support.  They provide information, advice and sign-posting; advice about housing; preventative services such as reablement and equipment; short-term services; care assessments; care and support plans; information about funding; advice on personal budgets; support to carers; and safeguarding adults.  To find out more about Adult Social Care follow the link below:

Current Cumbria Observatory Briefings, Summaries & Resources

ICC (Integrated Care Community) Profiles

Population Health Management

Population health management refers to ways of bringing together health-related data to identify a specific population that health services may then prioritise. For more information about population health management in Cumbria, please visit our Population Health Management page.

Key Data Sources

Key Documents

Useful Links

Archived Cumbria Observatory Briefings, Summaries & Resources