NJR Surgeon and Hospital Profile

Surgeon: William Francis Jackson

GMC: 4415266
SURGEON PROFILE
Surgeon
HOSPITALS IN WHICH THE SURGEON HAS ACTIVITY RECORDED IN NJR
12-MONTH PRACTICE PROFILE (1 YEAR)
Data for 1 April 2016 - 31 March 2017
Operation Type Operation SubcategoryProcedures Recorded for this SurgeonNational Average
Knee PrimaryTotal knee replacement9856
Knee PrimaryUnicondylar Knee Replacement12615
Knee Revision-246
           Total-24877
Time from first procedure submitted to the NJR as Consultant in ChargeMore than 36 months
36-MONTH PRACTICE PROFILE (3 YEAR)
Data for 1 April 2014 - 31 March 2017
Operation Type Operation SubcategoryProcedures Recorded for this SurgeonNational Average
Hip Primary-Fewer Than 5125
Knee PrimaryTotal knee replacement309137
Knee PrimaryUnicondylar Knee Replacement38633
Knee Revision-7315
           Total-768+310
Time from first procedure submitted to the NJR as Consultant in ChargeMore than 36 months
HIPS
ABOUT THE PATIENTS WHO WERE TREATED

This information display shows overall characteristics for first-time hip replacement patients treated by this surgeon between 1 April 2003 and 31 March 2017. Against each characteristic you will be able to see whether this surgeon has been responsible for a greater or fewer number of patients of a particular type. This surgeon is represented on the chart by the black marker ().

The types of patients a surgeon treats can explain variation in patient outcomes after surgery. Please click on the ‘how to interpret this chart’ button for further information.

For hospitals in England and Wales, the NJR has collected information since 2003. Northern Ireland joined in 2013 and, as a result, the information on patients treated in NI only dates from February 2013.

Data for 1 April 2003 - 31 March 2017


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Percentage Of Patients Who Were:This SurgeonNational Average
MaleNo Data Available-
Under 60 years of ageNo Data Available-
Severely Obese (BMI of 35 or greater)No Data Available-
At higher risk of medical problems before or after Surgery (ASA 3+)No Data Available-
Diagnosed with conditions other than OsteoarthritisNo Data Available-
 
HIPS – 90-DAY MORTALITY
Data for August 2012 to August 2017 Surgeon risk adjusted 90-day mortality

What does this mean?

This shows 90-day mortality following hip surgery for this surgeon, based on the type of patients this surgeon has seen.

The surgeon you are reviewing is highlighted as an orange triangle. Progression along the horizontal axis (x axis) means that the surgeon has done more cases and/or cases at a higher mortality risk such as older patients. Progression along the vertical axis (y axis) means the surgeon has had more deaths.

The vertical axis figures are presented as a standardised mortality ratio. This means the values do not represent percentages of patients who have died, but they represent the proportion of deaths compared to the national average. The data is also ‘risk adjusted’ to take account of the fact that different surgeons may operate on more higher-risk or lower-risk patients e.g. because of demographics in the patient population they work with.

  • Surgeons on the central (green) horizontal line (at national average ratio figure of 1) have had exactly the average expected mortality
  • Surgeons either side of the central green line but below the upper red line have had a level of mortality that is within the expected range
  • Any surgeons that appear above the top red line which represents a Control limit (99.8%) have a mortality rate that is higher than expected. There were no surgeons with results in this part of the graph in this analysis

The overall 90-day mortality rate following primary hip replacement surgery is approximately 0.3%.

KNEES
ABOUT THE PATIENTS WHO WERE TREATED

This information display shows overall characteristics for first-time knee replacement patients treated by this surgeon between 1 April 2003 and 31 March 2017. Against each characteristic you will be able to see whether this surgeon has been responsible for a greater or fewer number of patients of a particular type. This surgeon is represented on the chart by the black marker ().

The types of patients a surgeon treats can explain variation in patient outcomes after surgery. Please click on the ‘how to interpret this chart’ button for further information.

For hospitals in England and Wales, the NJR has collected information since 2003. Northern Ireland joined in 2013 and, as a result, the information on patients treated in NI only dates from February 2013.

Data for 1 April 2003 - 31 March 2017


Click on the   to find out more about the quality measure and its source data
 

Percentage Of Patients Who Were:This SurgeonNational Average
MaleNo Data Available-
Under 60 years of ageNo Data Available-
Severely Obese (BMI of 35 or greater)No Data Available-
At higher risk of medical problems before or after Surgery (ASA 3+)No Data Available-
Diagnosed with conditions other than OsteoarthritisNo Data Available-
 
KNEES - 90-DAY MORTALITY
Data for August 2012 to August 2017 Surgeon risk adjusted 90-day mortality

What does this mean?

This shows 90-day mortality following knee surgery for this surgeon, based on the type of patients this surgeon has seen.

The surgeon you are reviewing is highlighted as an orange triangle. Progression along the horizontal axis (x axis) means that the surgeon has done more cases and/or cases at a higher mortality risk such as older patients. Progression along the vertical axis (y axis) means the surgeon has had more deaths.

The vertical axis figures are presented as a standardised mortality ratio. This means the values do not represent percentages of patients who have died, but they represent the proportion of deaths compared to the national average. The data is also ‘risk adjusted’ to take account of the fact that different surgeons may operate on more higher-risk or lower-risk patients e.g. because of demographics in the patient population they work with.

  • Surgeons on the central (green) horizontal line (at national average ratio figure of 1) have had exactly the average expected mortality
  • Surgeons either side of the central green line but below the upper red line have had a level of mortality that is within the expected range
  • Any surgeons that appear above the top red line which represents a Control limit (99.8%) have a mortality rate that is higher than expected. There were no surgeons with results in this part of the graph in this analysis

The overall 90-day mortality rate following primary knee replacement surgery is approximately 0.2%.

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