Health landscape report: 25 – 29 March 2024

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This weekly report shares new data and policy information relating to general practice, with selected facts and figures highlighted.

This report is a flexible summary, with the aim of sharing and highlighting a wide range of data and policy information relating to London general practice published in a given week. Where we view information to be of significant interest it is reproduced directly below the links to make the key points quicker to digest.  

Please feel free to share any useful stats/links you think we could include in future reports.  


Official bodies    

NHS Digital 

Department for Health and Social Care 

UK Health Security Agency 

Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency 


Policy, think tanks, charities and representative bodies    

King’s Fund 

  • Report: Public satisfaction with the NHS and social care. [27/3]
    • The 2023 survey recorded the lowest levels of satisfaction since the survey began in 1983 – only 24% of the public are satisfied with the NHS, and only 13% are satisfied with social care.
    • Despite low levels of public satisfaction, a large majority of the public still support the principles of the NHS.
    • 48% of the public would support the government increasing taxes and spending more on the NHS.


  • Health, Wealth and Happiness – What is it that Britons are most hopeful for? [26/3]
  • Top four answers:
      • Health (16%) – of self: be healthy / maintain good health
      • Happiness (9%) – for self
      • Financial (9%)- to get adequate money / out of debt / cost of living to go down.
      • Health of family (6%)

Nuffield Trust 


London Trusts    

Barts Health NHS Trust

    • This means a portion of their staff will now receive a minimum hourly wage of £13.15 which is calculated according to the cost of living and is more than the government’s minimum wage.

Central and North West London London NHS Foundation Trust

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

  • Article: King’s Endometriosis service secures reaccreditation [25/3].
    • The British Society of Gynaecological Endoscopy (BSGE) has accredited the Trust as an Endometriosis Centre, recognising their team’s outstanding care, innovative working and commitment to research.