Indicator full name: Acute care hospital beds, paediatric group of specialties
Unit: number of beds
- Country/Area (COUNTRY/AREA)
- Supranational group of countries (COUNTRY_GRP)
- Sex (SEX)
- Year of measure (YEAR)
Years data is available: 1980—2009
Last updated: 01 September 2022
- Bosnia and Herzegovina
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
- Commonwealth of Independent States
- Central Asian Republics Information Network members (CARINFONET)
The following abbreviations are used in the indicator titles:
Indicator code: E992768.T
Beds assigned for the treatment of children. If possible, paediatric surgery and gynaecology subspecialties should be included in corresponding groups of specialties under indicators 992766 or 992767._
including paediatric surgery and neonatal (perinatal) care.
Facilities Organisation (DGI).
Affairs, of Transport, of Justice and of Education). Cots for neonates are excluded.
Source: Institute of Health Information and Statistics of CR (IHIS CR).
for Health and Welfare).
Data refer to beds available on 31 December.
and Children. Up to and including 1996 figures refer to beds, excluding day beds, in publicly funded
acute hospitals where the average length of stay in 18 days or less. From 1997 figures refer to beds
in Health Service Executive network hospitals only. Beds in private hospitals are not included.
neonatology and paediatric surgery.
Source: Department of Health Information, Ministry of Health
including private hospitals not accredited by the National Health Service (see indicator 992760).
for children, excluding psychiatric, tuberculosis and rehabilitation beds for children. Since 2000
the data corresponds to mid-year estimates. Before 2000 - end-of-year estimates.
available hospitals with average length of stay of 30 or less days.
Source to 1996: National Statistics Institute and Ministry of Health and Consumer Affairs.
Statistics on Health Establishments Providing Inpatient Care. Source from 1996:Ministry of Health
and Consumer Affairs (www.msc.es/)