Princess Alexandra Hospital Harlow

Department of Health and Social Care written question – answered on 13th June 2018.

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Photo of Robert Halfon Robert Halfon Chair, Education Committee

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what the average occupancy rate was for beds at the Princess Alexandra hospital in Harlow in (a) 2012, (b) 2013 (c) 2014, (d) 2015, (e) 2016 and (f) 2017.

Photo of Robert Halfon Robert Halfon Chair, Education Committee

To ask the Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, what the average occupancy rate was for beds at NHS hospitals in England in (a) 2012, (b) 2013 (c) 2014, (d) 2015, (e) 2016 and (f) 2017.

Photo of Stephen Barclay Stephen Barclay Minister of State (Department of Health and Social Care)

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NHS England publishes quarterly performance data on bed occupancy rates. The following table includes bed occupancy rates for Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust and England.

Bed occupancy rates at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust and England for total beds and general and acute beds at quarter 4 for each year from 2011-12 to 2016-17

The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust

England

Year

Total

General and Acute

Total

General and Acute

Overnight Beds

Overnight Beds

2016-17

93.5%

100.0%

89.0%

91.4%

2015-16

93.8%

96.0%

89.0%

91.2%

2014-15

88.1%

90.8%

88.5%

90.7%

2013-14

87.5%

89.5%

87.5%

89.6%

2012-13

93.4%

96.0%

87.6%

89.8%

2011-12

91.8%

92.5%

86.9%

89.0%

Day beds

Day beds

2016-17

78.4%

80.2%

86.9%

87.0%

2015-16

87.4%

87.4%

86.4%

86.6%

2014-15

88.0%

88.0%

86.5%

86.6%

2013-14

94.5%

94.5%

87.3%

87.4%

2012-13

92.6%

92.6%

86.6%

86.7%

2011-12

93.1%

93.1%

87.6%

87.7%

Source: NHS England statistics

Notes:

- Figures are an average per day over each quarter.

- Occupancy rates are not available for all mental health, maternity and learning disability beds for all years at all trusts.

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