Map: Variation in patients aged over 65 per GP in England

GPs in different parts of the UK face huge variations in the proportion of their patients who are aged over 65, a factor that contributes significantly to workload.

Click on the interactive map below to find out which CCGs have the highest rates of patients aged over 65 per full-time equivalent GP.

Darker shaded areas have the highest concentrations of patients aged over 65, while lighter shaded areas have the lowest.

Map: patients aged over 65 per full-time equivalent GP

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