The downloadable file provided below gives a list of GP practices in each UK Parliamentary Constituency. Where available, data on the number of patients registered at each practice is also provided. 

The data is adapted from records release by the Health and Social Care Information Centre.

MPs and their staff can contact specialists in the House of Commons Library to obtain further data about GP practices in their constituencies. Examples of available data include demographic data about patient registers, disease prevalence, and statistics on prescriptions. 

More information about specific GP practices can be found using Public Health England’s National General Practice Profiles website.


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