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Number of deaths in England & Wales in 2016, by location of death*

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Deaths in the England & Wales, by location of death 2016 This statistic shows the number of deaths in England & Wales in 2015, by location of death. There were a total of 529,655 deaths in 2015. In terms of location, the most common place to die was in a hospital. Of the 529,655 people who died, roughly 121 thousand died at home.
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This statistic shows the number of deaths in England & Wales in 2015, by location of death. There were a total of 529,655 deaths in 2015. In terms of location, the most common place to die was in a hospital. Of the 529,655 people who died, roughly 121 thousand died at home.
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Release date
November 2016
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United Kingdom (England, Wales)
Survey time period
2016
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* Information from the source: Place of death is defined using a revised place of death classification. Deaths at home are those at the usual residence of the deceased (according to the informant‚ where this is not a communal establishment. Care homes includes homes for the chronic sick; nursing homes; homes for people with mental health problems and non-NHS multi function sites. Hospices include Sue Ryder Homes; Marie Curie Centres; oncology centers; voluntary hospice units; and palliative care centers. Other Communal Establishments include schools for people with learning disabilities; holiday homes and hotels; common lodging houses; aged persons’ accommodation; assessment centers; schools; convents and monasteries; nurses’ homes; university and college halls of residence; young offender institutions; secure training centers; detention centers; prisons and remand homes. Elsewhere includes all places not covered above such as deaths on a motorway; at the beach; climbing a mountain; walking down the street; at the cinema; at a football match; while out shopping; or in someone else's home. This category also includes people who are pronounced dead on arrival at hospital.
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