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We hold raw data sets of vital statistics data, on behalf of the Office for National Statistics (ONS). We can extract, analyse and format this data for you. The data includes:
- live and still births
- fertility rates
- maternity statistics
- death registrations
- cause of death analysis
These statistics are available by specific variables, such as:
- marital status
- age group (such as infant, perinatal and neonatal)
- mother's age range
- birth location
- birth weight
- gestation period
- previous born children
These statistics are available by a choice of geographical areas, in most cases by:
- health boundaries, such as CCGs
- administrative boundaries, such as regions and local authorities
- local authority wards
Who the data is for
Data can be provided to contacts in the NHS, Department of Health, NHS England and to local authorities (public health analysts), providing they have completed the relevant. forms Vital statistics data is subject to disclosure control, which means that we will suppress any data that may identify an individual.
Accessing the data
To access the data please complete the forms within the Primary Care Mortality Database page.