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GP primary care workforce metrics at national level, CCG level and practice level. This includes
the number of GPs at England level or within a region
the number of registered patients per GP
What you can find out
You can look up information about a GP Practice including the number of GPs or nurses per 1,000 patients registered within a specific GP practice
the number of GPS or nurses within a practice by FTE (full time equivalent)
What the report can't tell you
We provide this information only at general practice level. It may not be used to calculate information across multiple GP practices. This means staff who work across more than one practice are not counted twice.
Those GP Practices who didn't provide fully valid data are not included.
You can find more information in the GP workforce including information at higher aggregations and the calculation and caveats used to create this report.