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General and Personal Medical Services, England - 1999-2009Official statistics
- Publication Date:
- 25 Mar 2010
- Geographic Coverage:
- Geographical Granularity:
- Clinical Commissioning Groups, GP practices, Sustainability and Transformation Partnerships, Regional health body, Clinical Commissioning Regions
- Date Range:
- 30 Sep 1999 to 30 Sep 2009
Please note: Revisions were made as follows on 12 January 2011 to certain GP figures for 2009 published on 25 March 2010, to correct miscoding of GP type. The NHS IC apologises for any inconvenience caused.
- National headcount totals for 'GP Providers' and 'Other GPs' were revised from 28,607 to 27,613 and from 7,310 to 8,304 respectively. The National level total figure for 'All Practitioners' remains unchanged at 40,269 and no other national level headcount figures are affected.
- National full time equivalents totals for 'GP Providers' and 'Other GPs' were revised from 26,245 to 25,378 and from 5,866 to 6,733 respectively. The National level total figure for 'All Practitioners' remains unchanged at 36,085 and no other national level full time equivalent figures are affected.
A detailed view of the General Practice workforce including GPs by type and practice staff.
The general practice census is collected each year and records numbers and details of GPs in England along with information on their practices, staff, patients and the services they provide.
The detailed results contain further data tables for September 2009 for England, by Strategic Health Authority area and selected statistics by primary care trust.
This report is one of three that make up the NHS Staff 1999 - 2009 publication The other two reports are: