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NHS Health Check primary care data: NEW data dashboard to be jointly published by PHE and NHS Digital on Thursday 17 October at 9.30am

This first publication will provide the number of patients attending an NHS Health Check between April 2012 and March 2018, using data recorded by participating GP practices. Data will be presented in a dashboard and broken down by age, sex, ethnicity as well as local authority and Clinical Commissioning Group. 

This data was extracted in 2018 - PHE and NHS Digital are now jointly working towards releasing a range of metrics in a number of phases on this dashboard. This first release will provide new insight into the characteristics of people attending or not attending a Check.  If you have any question regarding this publication, please contact catherine.lagord@phe.gov.uk.

 

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