Waiting time for surgery or hospitalization in the Netherlands 2016, by treatment

This statistic displays the average waiting time for surgery or hospitalization in the Netherlands in 2016, by medical treatment (in weeks). In 2016, patients had to wait an average of 6.5 weeks for breast reduction surgery. This was slightly lower than the acceptable waiting time, defined as seven weeks.

Average waiting time for surgery or hospitalization in the Netherlands in 2016, by medical treatment

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Source

Release date

January 2018

Region

Netherlands

Survey time period

2016

Supplementary notes

The Treek standard waiting time for healthcare describes the acceptable waiting time for consults and treatment. In 2016, the Treek waiting time for treatment and surgery was seven weeks.

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