West Suffolk Hospital

Health written question – answered on 22nd March 2005.

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Photo of Richard Spring Richard Spring Shadow Minister, Economic Affairs

To ask the Secretary of State for Health how many (a) acute and (b) non-acute beds there were in West Suffolk Hospital in each of the last nine years.

Photo of Stephen Ladyman Stephen Ladyman Parliamentary Under-Secretary, Department of Health

The number of acute and non-acute beds at West Suffolk Hospital in each of the last nine years are shown in the table.

Average daily number of available beds in West Suffolk Hospital (RGR)
Name All beds (A) Acute beds (B) Non-acute beds (A minus B)
2003–04 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 676 432 244
2002–03 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 638 422 216
2001–02 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 679 441 238
2000–01 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 687 445 242
1999–2000 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 664 423 241
1998–99 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 673 398 275
1997–98 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 713 381 332
1996–97 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust 685 367 318
1995–96 West Suffolk Hospitals NHS Trust n/a n/a n/a

Note:

n/a—not available.

Source:

Department of Health form KH03.

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