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Indicator of emergency admissions to hospital (the higher the value, the greater the incidence of admissions) (2010)

dark brown  >147

brown 131 - 147

mid brown 120 - 131

light brown 111 - 120

pale brown 103 - 111

very pale brown 95 - 103

white <95

Areas with the highest levels of acute morbidity in England include large parts of northern England especially South Yorkshire, Manchester, the north Yorkshire coast, Teesside, Sunderland, Newcastle upon Tyne and Cumbria. Further south, Sandwell, Redditch, Northampton, Reading, Harlow and parts of east London display high levels of acute morbidity.