4390.0 - Private Hospitals, Australia, 2014-15  
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PRIVATE ACUTE AND PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS - SUMMARY



TABLE 2.1: PRIVATE ACUTE AND PSYCHIATRIC HOSPITALS, Australia—Selected years

2004-05
2009-10
2010-11
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
Hospitals (no.)
285
279
279
281
282
286
282
Beds/Chairs (no.)(a)
24,346
24,926
25,394
26,031
26,889
27,943
28,679

Separations ('000)
2,238
2,731
2,822
2,965
3,092
3,220
3,405
Patient days ('000)
Same-day patient (b)
1,209
1,561
1,630
1,749
1,841
1,939
2,081
Overnight-stay patient
5,590
6,019
6,336
6,316
6,458
6,894
7,182
Total
6,799
7,580
7,966
8,066
8,299
8,833
9,263

Operating theatres
819
1,037
1,045
1,051
1,054
1,097
1,151
Co-located with a public hospital (no.)
na
na
36
41
43
47
47

Full-time equivalent staff (no.)(c)
46,458
53,375
55,053
53,850
56,317
58,170
59,923
Income (d)
Total ($'000)
6,248,507
9,043,615
9,837,799
10,352,330
10,856,065
11,740,226
12,768,606
Patient income (%)(e)
95.0
96.0
95.5
95.5
95.7
95.6
95.0
Recurrent expenditure (f)
Total ($'000)
5,838,895
8,354,222
8,948,902
9,339,217
9,859,844
10,535,797
11,473,793
Wages and salaries, including on-costs, as a proportion of total expenditure (%)
51.1
51.6
50.6
48.6
49.2
49.2
49.9
Gross capital expenditure (g)
Total ($'000)
309,281
695,066
788,319
460,859
663,558
718,316
834,292

na not available

(a) Available beds/chairs/trolleys (average for the year).
(b) Same day patients are counted as having a stay of one day.
(c) Staff represented are typical full time equivalent numbers for the year. Full time equivalent represents the sum of full time staff and full time equivalent of part time staff. See Glossary for further information.
(d) Income includes income from patients, recoveries, and other income such as investment income and income from charities, bequests, meals and accommodation but excludes income from state and territory governments. See Glossary for further information.
(e) Includes income received by, and due to, the hospital in respect of patient liability for accommodation and other fees. See Glossary for further information
(f) Expenditure refers to expenditure on goods and services, which does not result in the creation or acquisition of fixed assets (new or second hand). See Glossary for further information.
(g) Gross capital expenditure refers to expenditure in a period on the acquisition or enhancement of an asset (including financial assets). See Glossary for
further information.



REAL INCOME AND EXPENDITURE

Graph Image for Acute and Psychiatric Private Hospitals, Real income and expenditure(a) 2010-11 to 2014-15

Footnote(s): (a) Laspeyres input cost index was used to provide real income and expenditure. See Explanatory Note 26 for further information.

Source(s): Acute and Psychiatric Private Hospitals, Real income and expenditure(a) 2010-11 to 2014-15-CH2 Adjusted (REAL) Inc and Exp 2014-15