New UK Health Dimensions Database For Use by all NHS Organisations
The database is ready to use within 1 minute of being downloaded. Just attach it to your SQL Server instance.
At last count, there were 3,090 tables, containing 162,954,738 records in total and it will keep growing. All updated for you by us, every week.
FJ McManus Ltd have developed a system for auto updating a SQL database once a week, that contains all of the following data with full Slowly Changing Dimension (SCD) history.
We are offering free, no obligation, trials of the service. Please contact us to request a login to download the latest release today.
All UKHD Clients renewed their licences for 2015/16. This means we have maintained a perfect 0% churn rate, which goes a long way to proving the high quality and usefulness of UK Health Dimensions.
Arden And Greater East Midlands CSU
Ashford & St Peter's Hospitals NHS FT
Berkshire Healthcare NHS FT
Central Eastern CSU
Central Midlands CSU
Central Midlands DSCRO
Central Southern DSCRO
Cheshire And Merseyside CSU
Doncaster & Bassetlaw Hospitals NHS FT
Frimley Health NHS FT
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS FT
Greater East Midlands DSCRO
Greater Manchester CSU
Harrogate and District NHS FT
Kent And Medway CSU
Mersey Care NHS Trust
Midlands And Lancashire CSU
North And East London CSU
North And East London DSCRO
North Of England CSU
North Of England DSCRO
North West CSU
North West DSCRO
North West London CSU
North Yorkshire And Humber CSU
Private Healthcare Information Network
Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS FT
Somerset Partnership NHS FT
South East CSU
South London CSU
South London DSCRO
South West DSCRO
South, Central And West CSU
Staffordshire And Lancashire CSU
Surrey And Sussex CSU
Taunton & Somerset NHS FT
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust
West And South Yorkshire And Bassetlaw CSU
West Suffolk NHS FT
Yorkshire And Humber CSU
"I can confirm that we are now successfully submitting the SUS data using UK Health Dimensions, to meet the new Health Act data requirements for reporting by CCG. This has been a smooth transition to the using the UK HD reference data, during an otherwise involved implementation of CDS post-fix development changes.
Thanks for all your help"
J Nicholas, Information Manager, Heatherwood & Wexham NHS FT