Skip to main content  
 
 

 

Mapping public healthcare and private healthcare provision in the City

26 February 2015

Download 'Mapping public healthcare and private healthcare provision in the City' (1.24mb)

Download 'Mapping public healthcare and private healthcare provision in the City - one pager' (294kb)

Download the accompanying directory of NHS and private healthcare provision in and around the Square Mile

This report identifies current public and private healthcare provision in and around the Square Mile area, for use by City workers and residents. It also considers where potential gaps might lie in meeting City workers’ healthcare needs in the future.

Commissioned by the City of London Corporation, BDRC Continental conducted primary and secondary research including telephone interviews with healthcare service providers in and around the City, and face-to-face surveys with City workers. The research identified 332 core healthcare providers across a range of services in and around the City. This includes general medical services, emergency appointments, mental healthcare support services, travel vaccinations and blood tests, physiotherapy, chiropractors and osteopathy, among others.

Whilst a range of healthcare services are identified, there are a proportion of City workers that feel their healthcare needs are not being met. There is scope therefore for greater healthcare service provision during times which are convenient for workers to attend appointments, with an emphasis on early start of day, lunchtime and end of the day appointments.

Awareness-raising of the services available by healthcare providers may also be required. This report attempts to address this challenge in part, by producing an accompanying directory of NHS and private healthcare provision in and around the Square Mile, for use by City workers and residents.

If you have any questions about this research please contact the research team.

Other related research

Published:
12 February 2015
Last Modified:
06 August 2018

Notifications