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Table 1 National Health Service Regional Genetics Centres and family history clinics, their potential catchment area and referrals in 2012/2013

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Centre Type Population coverage Number referred 2012 Number referred 2013
Guys Hospital, SW Thames, London Regional Genetics Centre 4.9 million 1,762 2,727
Birmingham Regional Genetics Centre 5.5 million 1,993 3,421
Southampton Regional Genetics Centre Approximately 3 million 735 1,032
Leicester Regional Genetics Centre Approximately 2 million 331 443
Aberdeen, Scotland Regional Genetics Centre Approximately 1 million 387 742
Bristol Regional Genetics Centre 2.46 million 919 1,462
All Wales Genetics Service National Genetics Centre 3.1 million 1,462 2,727
Nottingham Regional Genetics Centre 2.2 million 1,015 1,252
Northwick Park, London Regional Genetics Centre 3.6 million 760 1,902
Genesis Prevention Centre, Manchester Family history clinic 4.5 million (for high risk) 367 678
Royal Marsden, London Family history clinic <1 million 255 320
Nottingham Family history clinic ~1 million 554 739
Bath Family history clinic <1 million 166 278
St Bartholomew’s, London Family history clinic <1 million 538 627
Royal Derby Hospital Family history clinic <1 million 285 511
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust Family history clinic <0.5 million 33 53
Sandwell Hospital, Birmingham Family history clinic <1 million 78 48
Edinburgh, Scotland Family history clinic <1 million 73 160
Leighton Hospital, Crewe Family history clinic <1 million 121 172
Coventry Family history clinic <0.5 million 178 192
Altnagelvin Hospital, N Ireland Family history clinic <1 million 130 202