4390.0 - Private Hospitals, Australia, 2016-17 Quality Declaration 
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ALL PRIVATE HOSPITALS - SUMMARY



TABLE 1.1: PRIVATE HOSPITALS, Australia—Selected years

2006-07
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Hospitals (no.)
557
592
601
612
624
630
657
Beds/chairs (no.) (a)
26,678
29,004
29,827
30,920
31,774
33,074
34,339
Separations ('000)
3,051
3,899
4,178
4,344
4,565
4,706
4,889
Patient days ('000)
7,669
8,999
9,385
9,957
10,423
10,694
10,787
Full-time equivalent staff (b)
49,103
57,495
60,387
62,413
64,429
66,800
69,299
Income ('000) (c)
7,539,414
11,227,908
11,802,649
12,731,130
13,894,732
14,684,738r
15,478,787
Expenditure ('000) (d)
6,966,696
10,043,218
10,629,666
11,350,961
12,358,883
13,138,710
13,845,706
Gross capital expenditure ('000) (e)
474,944
492,198
712,879
765,336
908,066
1,185,799
856,502

(a) Available beds/chairs/trolleys (average for the year).
(b) Staff represented are typical full-time equivalent numbers for the year. Full time equivalent represents the sum of full time staff and the full time equivalent of part time staff. See Glossary for further information.
(c) 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 payments from state and territory governments. See Glossary for further information. Note that income for 2015-16 has been revised. Additional tables reflecting this update are available in the 2015-16 private hospitals - revised data cube.
(d) 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.
(e) 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.

TABLE 1.2: PRIVATE HOSPITALS, States and territories—Selected years
NSW
Vic.
Qld
SA
WA
Tas., NT & ACT(b)
Australia

2015-16
Hospitals (no.)
205
169
109
56
62
29
630
Beds/chairs (no.) (b)
9,110
8,629
7,384
np
np
np
33,074
Separations ('000)
1,322
1,201
1,034
np
np
np
4,706
Patient days ('000)
2,980
2,849
2,439
np
1,352
np
10,694
Full-time equivalent staff (no.) (c)
18,030
18,463
14,389
4,502
np
np
66,800
Income ('000) (d)
4,096,913r
3,621,994
3,267,502
936,339
np
np
14,684,738r
Expenditure ('000) (e)
3,669,820
3,251,193
2,944,655
np
1,919,016
np
13,138,710
Gross capital expenditure ('000) (f)
265,594
429,620
291,299
np
np
np
1,185,799

2016-17
Hospitals (no.)
210
174
118
56
64
35
657
Beds/chairs (no.) ((b)
9,481
9,179
7,643
2,210
4,455
1,371
34,339
Separations ('000)
1,375
1,236
1,102
344
629
203
4,889
Patient days ('000)
3,008
2,890
2,516
694
1,263
416
10,787
Full-time equivalent staff (no.) (c)
18,414
19,283
15,220
4,566
9,237
2,578
69,299
Income ('000) (d)
4,239,416
3,822,361
3,519,176
np
2,306,661
np
15,478,787
Expenditure ('000) (e)
3,775,388
3,497,053
3,136,058
864,834
2,026,939
545,434
13,845,706
Gross capital expenditure ('000) (f)
234,924
259,733
257,870
np
37,424
np
856,502

np not available for publication but included in totals where applicable, unless otherwise indicated.

(a) Tasmania, Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory have been aggregated to protect the confidentiality of the small number of hospitals in the states/territories.
(b) Available beds/chairs/trolleys (average for the year).
(c) Staff employed 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. Note that income for 2015-16 has been revised. Additional tables reflecting this update are available in the 2015-16 private hospitals - revised data cube.
(e) 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.
(f) 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.


TABLE 1.3: PRIVATE HOSPITALS BY TYPE, Australia—Selected years
Acute and psychiatric hospitals
Free-standing day hospital facilities
All private hospitals
2015-16
Hospitals (no.)
289
341
630
Beds/chairs (no.) (a)
29,922
3,152
33,074
Separations ('000)
3,534
1,172
4,706
Patient days ('000)
9,523
1,172
10,694
Full-time equivalent staff (b)
62,151
4,650
66,800
Income ('000) (c)
13,536,662
1,148,076r
14,684,738r
Expenditure ('000)(d)
12,206,220
932,490
13,138,710
Gross capital expenditure ('000) (e)
1,122,907
62,892
1,185,799

2016-17
Hospitals (no.)
300
357
657
Beds/chairs (no.) (a)
31,029
3,310
34,339
Separations ('000)
3,669
1,220
4,889
Patient days ('000)
9,568
1,220
10,787
Full-time equivalent staff (b)
64,548
4,751
69,299
Income ('000) (c)
14,265,248
1,213,539
15,478,787
Expenditure ('000) (d)
12,877,771
967,935
13,845,706
Gross capital expenditure ('000) (e)
802,429
54,073
856,502

(a) Available beds/chairs/trolleys (average for the year).
(b) Staff employed 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.
(c) 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. Note that income for 2015-16 has been revised. Additional tables reflecting this update are available in the 2015-16 private hospitals - revised data cube.
(d) 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.
(e) 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.



OPERATING MARGIN

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