Map: How GP funding per patient varies across England

GP practices in parts of England receive more than £200 per weighted patient, while others receive around half that amount. Click on the map below to find out how your area fares.

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Average GP practice funding per weighted patient in 2014/15 was £141.09, data from the Health and Social Care Information Centre reveal.

But variation is significant, from around £215 per weighted patient in North Norfolk, to just £105 in West Lancashire. Click on the map below to find out how your area compares with the rest of England.

*Darker areas indicate higher rates of funding per patient.

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