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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
Scunthorpe & Goole Hospitals 53.3 91
Grantham and District Hospital 48.1 61
Large acute 47.0 4824
Barnsley District General Hospital 59.5 145
Rotherham General Hospitals 48.0 115
Chesterfield & N D'shire Royal Hosp 33.7 91
Pilgrim Health 52.5 112
King's Mill Centre for Health Care Servs 40.4 131
Very large acute 47.6 5508
Doncaster Royal Infirmary & Montagu Hosp 52.9 156
Lincoln & Louth 52.1 140
Southern Derbyshire Acute Hospitals 50.4 212
Acute teaching 47.4 3286
Northern General Hospital 47.7 270
Leicester Royal Infirmary 47.7 324
Queen's Med Cent, Nottingham Univ 49.0 289
Multiservice 49.1 5457
Bassetlaw Hosp & Comm Health 53.1 66
North East Lincolnshire 70.2 116
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