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NHS Performance 2000 Thursday, 13 July, 2000, 22:38 GMT 23:38 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
East Somerset 40.3 39
West Dorset General Hospital 42.5 94
Large acute 47.0 4824
Royal United Hospital Bath 36.6 144
Poole Hospital 37.4 236
Gloucestershire Royal 52.5 159
Swindon & Marlborough 45.6 106
Very large acute 47.6 5508
Taunton & Somerset 43.3 102
Royal Cornwall Hospitals 34.7 143
Royal Devon & Exeter Healthcare 41.2 173
Plymouth Hospitals 40.9 138
Acute teaching 47.4 3286
United Bristol Healthcare 52.6 129
Multiservice 49.1 5457
Weston Area Health 53.9 132
East Gloucestershire 50.0 91
South Devon Healthcare 40.8 98
Northern Devon Healthcare 40.1 67
Frenchay Healthcare 58.5 123
Southmead Health Services 47.8 95
Salisbury Healthcare 53.6 99
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