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Leading 20 busiest hospitals in England in the period 2017/18, ranked by the number of admissions
Leading busiest hospitals in England 2017/18, by number of admissions
During the financial year 2017/18, the busiest hospital provider in England was the Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust with almost 304.5 thousand admissions. This trust encompasses nine hospitals in the Manchester area, one of the largest urban areas in England. The second busiest trust in this year was the University Hospitals of Leicester Trust with approximately 270 thousand admissions.

Type of admissions

From October to December 2018, there were over six million accident and emergency (A&E) attendees in England. Prior to 2017/18, no previous quarter in England since 2012 had reached six million A&E attendances, indicating an increasing number of individuals are seeking emergency care. Almost seven percent of A&E attendees in England in 2017/18 were primarily diagnosed with a dislocation, fracture, joint injury or an amputation, followed by 6.2 percent diagnosed with a respiratory condition. Although 4.2 percent were found to have ‘nothing abnormal detected’ which could be detrimental to a service that is already stretched.

Waiting too long

Over the last few years in the A&E department, the NHS has been falling behind the target that 95 percent of patients should be seen within four hours of arrival. As a result, the primary reasons for dissatisfaction with the NHS among the public are the length of time required to get a GP or hospital appointment and the lack of staff. Nonetheless, the vast majority of surveyed individuals in the UK regard the NHS as a world class health service and are still happy with the high level of care provided by the organization.
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Release date

September 2018

Region

United Kingdom (England)

Survey time period

2017 to 2018

Leading busiest hospitals in England 2017/18, by number of admissions
During the financial year 2017/18, the busiest hospital provider in England was the Manchester University Hospitals Foundation Trust with almost 304.5 thousand admissions. This trust encompasses nine hospitals in the Manchester area, one of the largest urban areas in England. The second busiest trust in this year was the University Hospitals of Leicester Trust with approximately 270 thousand admissions.

Type of admissions

From October to December 2018, there were over six million accident and emergency (A&E) attendees in England. Prior to 2017/18, no previous quarter in England since 2012 had reached six million A&E attendances, indicating an increasing number of individuals are seeking emergency care. Almost seven percent of A&E attendees in England in 2017/18 were primarily diagnosed with a dislocation, fracture, joint injury or an amputation, followed by 6.2 percent diagnosed with a respiratory condition. Although 4.2 percent were found to have ‘nothing abnormal detected’ which could be detrimental to a service that is already stretched.

Waiting too long

Over the last few years in the A&E department, the NHS has been falling behind the target that 95 percent of patients should be seen within four hours of arrival. As a result, the primary reasons for dissatisfaction with the NHS among the public are the length of time required to get a GP or hospital appointment and the lack of staff. Nonetheless, the vast majority of surveyed individuals in the UK regard the NHS as a world class health service and are still happy with the high level of care provided by the organization.
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