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Information is collected centrally on the number of people waiting for a hearing aid assessment/re-assessment to be completed at the end of each quarter, according to specific time bands. Waiting time is counted from the date a referral is received by the Audiology Department until the aid is fitted. The latest information on the number of persons waiting for a hearing assessment/re-assessment is shown in the following table.
|Number of patients waiting for a hearing assessment/re-assessment at 31 march 2006, by health trust and board( 1,2)|
|Trust/hospital||Less than 3 months||3-6 months||6-12 months||12 months or more||All adults waiting|
|Belfast City Hospital||90||58||108||22||278|
|South Tyrone Hospital||85||87||191||63||426|
|Craigavon Area Hospital||114||45||193||27||379|
|Daisy Hill Hospital||87||51||0||0||138|
|(1)The information in the table is based on where a client is treated and not necessarily where the client lives, i.e. a client from the Northern Board may be seen in the Royal Hospital and their details will be included in the Eastern Board. |
(2) For reasons of data protection and to protect the identity of the individual, information for Laganvalley, Royal Group of Hospitals, Ulster Community and Hospitals, and Downe Hospitals has been grouped.
Community Information Branch return AUDI