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The proportion of eligible patients in England attending an NHS health check is at its lowest in six years, new data show.1
In 2017-18 two fifths (41% or 1 108 841) of eligible people attended an NHS health check, down from the high of 46% (974 267) in 2013-14. The absolute number of people attending a health check fell for the second consecutive year in 2017-18, down by more than 52 000 since the peak attendance of 1 161 027 in 2015-16.
The report from NHS Digital looked at numbers of health checks attended in England over …
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