4390.0 - Private Hospitals, Australia, 2016-17 Quality Declaration 
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PRIVATE FREE-STANDING DAY HOSPITALS - SUMMARY



TABLE 3.1: PRIVATE FREE-STANDING DAY HOSPITALS, Australia—Selected years

2006-07
2011-12
2012-13
2013-14
2014-15
2015-16
2016-17
Hospitals (no.)(a)
Specialist Endoscopy
76
na
na
na
na
na
na
Gastroentorology
na
81
84
80
82
86
86
Ophthalmic surgery
57
65
64
74
79
79
81
Plastic and cosmetic surgery
28
32
34
36
32
30
29
Gynaecology, Fertility treatment and Family Planning
na
32
32
31
34
33
38
Other (b)
107
101
105
105
115
113
123
Total (c)
268
311
319
326
342
341
357
Beds/Chairs (no.)(d)
2,251
2,973
2,938
2,977
3,095
3,152
3,310

Separations ('000)
631
934
1,086
1,124
1,159
1,172
1,220

Operating theatres (no.)( e)
264
321
325
351
374
377
413
Procedure rooms (no)(e)
205
260
260
549
670
773
1,003
Co-located with a public hospital (no.)
na
9
10
10
12
11
12

Full-time equivalent staff (no.)(f)
2,385
3,645
4,070
4,243
4,505
4,650
4,751
Income(g)
Total ($'000)
456,937
875,578
946,584
990,904
1,126,126
1,148,076r
1,213,539
Patient income (%)
96.3
95.7
95
95.7
95.4
94.9r
95.3
Recurrent expenditure (h)
Total ($'000)
384,986
704,001
769,822
815,164
885,090
932,490
967,935
Wages and salaries, including on-costs, as a proportion of total expenditure (%)
40.2
41.3
41.4
41.9
43.1
43.5
43.0
Gross capital expenditure (i)
Total ($'000)
35,225
31,339
49,321
47,020
73,774
62,892
54,073

na not available

(a) See Explanatory Note 25 for further information on categories.
(b) Including Dental Oral Maxillofacial surgery, Dialysis, Oncology, General surgery, sleep disorders clinic and other types of centre.
(c) Figures have been rounded and discrepancies may occur between totals and the sums of the component items.
(d) Available beds/chairs/trolleys (average for the year).
(e) Details are for the last week of the pay period ending on or before 30 June.
(f) 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.
(g) 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.
(h) 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.
(i) 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 Private Free-standing Day Hospital Facilities, Real(a) Income and Expenditure 2012-13 to 2016-17

Footnote(s): (a) Laspeyres input cost index was used to derive real income and expenditure. See Explanatory Note 25 for further information

Source(s): Private Free-standing Day Hospital Facilities, Real(a) Income and Expenditure 2012-13 to 2016-17-Real Income and Expenses - Private Freestanding Day Hospitals