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St. Mary's Orthopaedic Hospital

St. Mary's Orthopaedic Hospital
Health Service Executive
Geography
Location Gurranebraher, Cork, County Cork, Ireland
Organisation
Care system HSE
Hospital type Regional
Affiliated university Cork University Hospital Group
Services
Emergency department No
Beds 91

St. Mary's Orthopaedic Hospital is a public[1] hospital located in Cork, Ireland. It is managed by the Irish Government's Health Service Executive and provides orthopaedic services for the population of County Cork. In 2008, the hospital served 11,580 out-patients, and 2,240 in-patients, with an average stay of 9.0 nights. 65.5% of patients were elective admissions. The hospital saw 1,257 day cases in the same year.[1]

Contents

  • Services 1
  • Waiting times 2
    • Surgical 2.1
    • Medical 2.2
  • Hygiene 3
  • See also 4
  • References 5

Services

The hospital provides 91 in-patient beds. Services include orthopaedics, plastic surgery, anaesthesia, radiology.[1]

Waiting times

As of 2010, waiting times for the hospital were unavailable.

Surgical

  • adult patients waiting 3–6 months: unavailable
  • adult patients waiting 6–12 months: unavailable
  • adult patients waiting over 12 months: unavailable
  • child patients waiting 3–6 months: unavailable
  • child patients waiting 6–12 months: unavailable
  • child patients waiting over 12 months: unavailable

Medical

  • adult patients waiting 3–6 months: N/A
  • adult patients waiting 6–12 months: N/A
  • adult patients waiting over 12 months: N/A
  • child patients waiting 3–6 months: N/A
  • child patients waiting 6–12 months: N/A
  • child patients waiting over 12 months: N/A

Hygiene

Independent audits rated hygiene levels as 70% satisfactory in 2005,[2] rising to 83% in 2006.[3] In 2007, the hospital had no cases of Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA).[1]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b c d http://www.hse.ie/eng/Staff/FactFile/County_Information/Cork/St%20Marys%20Orthopaedic%20Gurranbraher/St_Marys_Orthopaedic_Gurranbraher_Cork.html
  2. ^ "Report on a National Acute Hospitals Hygiene Audit undertaken on behalf of the National Hospitals Office, Health Service Executive". Health Service Executive. October 2005. Retrieved 2010-07-04. 
  3. ^ "Report on the Second National Acute Hospitals Hygiene Audit" (PDF). Health Service Executive. June 2006. Retrieved 2010-07-04. 

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