Facts & Figures
Kāpiti Health Outcomes
The following data has been provided by Capital Coast District Health Board and describes the health outcomes and access to specialist services for people of the Kāpiti Coast District.
One way we look at the health outcomes for our people is by where they live. In the CCDHB district, we focus on communities within three localities; Kāpiti, Porirua and Wellington.
Another way we look at the health outcomes of our people is through health service user groups; mothers and babies, children, young people, older people, people with long term conditions, and people living with mental health conditions.
For all measures we look at outcomes for Māori people and Pacific people alongside the general population to inform service delivery.
Click the button below to view the Kāpiti Health Outcomes report, which relates to the 2020 calendar year.
Statistics about our District
The 2018 Census identified the population of the Kāpiti Coast District as approximately 54,000 people.
The population has increased by 9.4% over the past five years and it is anticipated that by 2043, the population will be approaching 70,000 people.
In 2018 the number of Households in the District was 22,403 and the number of Dwellings was 24,568.
The Median Age in the District stands at 46.9, significantly higher than the regional Median of 37.2.
Almost 50% of families resident in the District are families without children, which may be seen as aligning with the District’s high percentage of people over 60.
33.8% are families with children and, again this statistic is regarded as significant, 16.5% are one parent families. There is growing evidence that younger families may be moving into the District, partly because of lifestyle and/or affordability factors, but also because of the increasing improvements in travel times between Kāpiti Coast and Wellington as a result of the construction of the new roading infrastructure.
23% of households are Low Income households, higher than the regional figure, which stands at 16.4%.
Above figures are from the 2018 Census and were correct at the time of publication.