The Patient-Led Assessments of the Care Environment (PLACE) programme replaced the former Patient Environment Action Team (PEAT) programme from April 2013. These self-assessments are undertaken by teams of NHS and private/independent health care providers, and, for the first time, include at least 50 per cent members of the public (known as patient assessors). They focus on the environment in which care is provided, as well as supporting non-clinical services such as cleanliness, food, hydration, and the extent to which the provision of care with privacy and dignity is supported.
The underlying PLACE data files for the 2017 collection are available at http://content.digital.nhs.uk/pubs/place17.
To enable the easy downloading of the data in manageable sizes it is necessary to filter by Commissioning Region and organisation type which can be undertaken via the Reports section below.
The full data set can be downloaded in CSV format below. Please note that due to the size of files you may experience difficulties in downloading them. If this case you will require a database application able to process the large number of records.