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NHS Performance 2000 Thursday, 13 July, 2000, 22:35 GMT 23:35 UK
Returning home after breaking a hip

Returning home within 28 days of hospital admission with a hip fracture (age 65 or above)

Hospitals have been matched with similar sized hospitals from the same region - comparing like with like.

Figures in bold are national averages and totals.

Hospital Percent of patients Total Discharges
England 47.8 21357
Small/medium acute 48.3 2215
Bedford Hospital 65.0 127
St Albans & Hemel Hempstead 48.2 86
Princess Alexandra Hospital 50.9 101
Large acute 47.0 4824
Luton & Dunstable Hospital 45.3 89
Basildon & Thurrock Gen Hosps 35.6 64
Peterborough Hospitals 78.3 188
James Paget Hospital 49.6 140
West Suffolk Hospitals 48.8 104
Very large acute 47.6 5508
Southend Hospital 40.9 139
Ipswich Hospital 41.0 121
Norfolk & Norwich Healthcare 55.6 323
Mid Essex Hospitals 56.3 149
Mount Vernon & Watford Hosps 66.2 114
Acute teaching 47.4 3286
Addenbrookes 43.4 144
Multiservice 49.1 5457
North Hertfordshire 53.3 86
East Hertfordshire 59.4 94
Kings Lynn & Wisbech Hospitals 53.6 125
Essex Rivers Healthcare 34.8 150
Hinchingbrooke Healthcare 52.7 61
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