NHS Hospital and Community Health Service (HCHS) Workforce Statistics in England, Non-medical staff – 2003-2013, As at 30 September
Note: the Excel file ‘nhs-staf-2003-2013-non-med-tab’ (tab 2a) was updated at 12:00 on 19th September 2014 to include an updated version of table 2a to correct the total combined nursing headcount figure for 2010 from 631,626 to 631,345. All other figures in this table and elsewhere in the detailed results / census bulletin are correct and have not changed. All users are reminded to refer to the latest version of time series data when attempting comparisons as the 2010 figure in previous bulletins has not been updated. The HSCIC apologises for the inconvenience caused.
Note: the Excel file ‘NHS Workforce Statistics in England, Non-medical staff – 2003-2013’ was updated at 14:40 on 3rd April 2014 to include corrected versions of tables 1.3c and 1.3d to include staff working within Neurophysiology. The total figures in each of these tables and elsewhere in the detailed results / census bulletin are correct and have not changed. The HSCIC apologises for the inconvenience caused.
This report is one of three that make up the NHS Staff 2003 - 2013 publication, along with:
Medical and Dental staff 2003 - 2013 General Practice Staff 2003 - 2013 NHS Staff 2003 - 2013 Overview report
A detailed view of the NHS non-medical workforce including nurses, scientists and support staff. Excluding medical or dental doctors within the Hospital and Community Health Services (HCHS) and GPs and their staff.
The detailed results contain further data tables for September 2013 for England by age, gender, staff group and various other selected data by Health Education England area and individual organisation.
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