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Information on Hospitals in Australia

MyHospitals presents information on hospitals throughout Australia including:
  • Hospital profile
  • Services offered
  • Number of admissions
  • Waiting times for emergency departments and elective surgery
  • Time in emergency department
  • Time in emergency department from arrival to departure
  • Safety and quality
    • Staphylococcus aureus bloodstream infections 
    • Hand hygiene
  • Cancer services
  • Cancer surgery waiting times
MyHospitals is based on the latest available nationally consistent information about public hospitals and some private hospitals.

The MyHospitals website is the online vehicle for the National Health Performance Authority (NHPA) to report on the performance of individual hospitals and Local Hospital Networks, enabling patients to compare the services available at, and the performance of, different hospitals in their local area.

For more information visit www.nhpa.gov.au.

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