Department Of Health
The weekly NHS Test and Trace statistics have moved to the UK Health Security Agency (UKHSA).
The Office for Health Improvement and Disparities (OHID) is a newly formed sub-organisation of DHSC.
The abortion statistics and sex ratios at birth publications previously published by DHSC will now be published by OHID, alongside many statistical publications previously published by Public Health England (PHE).
OHID will publish statistics on:
- health inequalities
- drug and alcohol use
- non-communicable diseases
For historical PHE releases, see statistics at PHE.
Other sources of health statistics
Health and care statistics are also produced by other organisations:
PHE (for historical publications up to 30 September 2021)
Other relevant coronavirus statistics and information
Vaccination statistics published across the UK
UK Health Security Agency
Office for National Statistics
Corporate procedures and standards
DHSC national statistics are required to comply with the Code of Practice for Official Statistics, while DHSC official statistics follow the code as best practice.
See information on the standards for official statistics published by DHSC.
For details of other forthcoming releases please see the release calendar.