This tool contains data on cancer services at GP, primary care network (PCN) and CCG level collated by the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS). 

The profiles are for commissioners and health professionals to use when assessing the impact of cancer on their local population and making decisions about services. They include data on cancer incidence and screening, diagnostic services, Two Week Wait referrals, emergency presentations and admissions.

Profiles are generated for all practices in QOF 2018/19 with a list size of at least 1000 patients and for other practices if they had according to NHS digital in April 2019 a list size of at least 1000 patients and there is valid GP patient survey data for the practice. 

The Cancer Services profile was produced as part of the Cancer Research UK - Public Health England Partnership. 

Recent updates

February 2020

Note: An error was identified for indicators based on hospital episode statistics (HES) data which gave misleading results for areas within the South East region and East Sussex. Affected areas have been suppressed or flagged to be treated with caution. Full details can be found in the caveats section of the descriptive metadata for each affected indicator.

11 practices were assigned to their 2018 CCG for the most recent annual refresh. These practices will be reassigned to their 2019 CCG for the February update.

January 2020

PCNs (provisional) added. Please view notes for more details.

December 2019

All indicators have been updated with the 2018/19 financial year of data, with the exception of the crude cancer incidence rate which has been updated with the 2017/18 financial year of data.