Department of Health and Social Care
United Kingdom government ministerial department
The Department of Health and Social Care is a department of the British Government. It is responsible for the health of people in England, mostly via the National Health Services. Its head is known as the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care. The main offices are in London and Leeds.
The National Health Services in Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are run as separate organizations.
- Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency
- UK Health Security Agency
- Human Tissue Authority
- Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority
They cover the whole of the United Kingdom.
- NHS Blood and Transplant
- National Institute for Health and Care Excellence
- NHS Business Services Authority
They cover England and Wales.
- Care Quality Commission
- NHS Digital
- Health Education England
- NHS England
- Health Research Authority
- NHS Resolution
- NHS Counter Fraud Authority
They only cover England.
- ↑ "Department of Health and Social Care". GOV.UK. Retrieved 2023-01-31.