General Practitioners

Department of Health written question – answered on 20th October 2014.

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Photo of Chris Ruane Chris Ruane Labour, Vale of Clwyd

To ask the Secretary of State for Health, how many GPs working in the NHS aged (a) 25 to 35, (b) 35 to 45, (c) 45 to 55 and (d) 55 to 65 years old are (i) male and (ii) female.

Photo of Daniel Poulter Daniel Poulter The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health

The Health and Social Care Information Centre General and Personal Medical Services workforce census shows the number of general practitioners (GPs) by age band and gender working in the NHS in England as at 30 September each year.

The attached table shows the number of GPs (excluding registrars and retainers) but including GP providers (partners) and GP others (salaried) by age band and gender as at 30 September 2013 working in the NHS in England.

GPs by Age Band Sept 2013 (Excel SpreadSheet, 23 KB)

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Photo of Daniel Poulter Daniel Poulter The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Health

The Health and Social Care Information Centre General and Personal Medical Services workforce census shows the number of general practitioners (GPs) by age band and gender working in the NHS in England as at 30 September each year.

The attached table shows the number of GPs (excluding registrars and retainers) but including GP providers (partners) and GP others (salaried) by age band and gender as at 30 September 2013 working in the NHS in England.

GPs by Age Band Sept 2013 (Excel SpreadSheet, 23 KB)

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Yes0 people think so

No0 people think not

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