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The Biggest Acute Hospitals In Ireland
Research Facts Ltd, June 2009, Pages: 87
Did you know?
St. James's Hospital is Ireland’s largest hospital.
In 2008, Tallaght Hospital completed 923,608 lab tests and 187,430 X-rays.
Mr. Gerard Russell is Purchasing Officer at St. Vincent's University Hospital.
University Hospital Galway has 663 beds.
Beaumont Hospital is the National Referral centre in Ireland for the specialities of Neurosurgery and Neurology.
The Average Length Of Stay in the Mater Misercordiae University Hospital in 2008 was 10.4 days.
Cork University Hospital’s Actual Expenditure in 2008 was €301.6 million.
These are just a tiny sample of the 100’s of facts to be found in The Biggest Acute Hospitals In Ireland.
The 35 hospitals in this report have an average bed capacity of 338. This report profiles each one of them.
The hospitals profiled are located across Ireland in counties Cavan, Clare, Cork, Donegal, Dublin, Galway, Kerry, Kildare, Kilkenny, Laois, Limerick, Louth, Meath, Mayo, Offaly, Sligo, Tipperary, Waterford, Westmeath and Wexford.
Profile information for each hospital typically includes:
- Hospital Contact Information - Address, Telephone and Fax Numbers, Email and Website Address
- Key Hospital Decision Makers - From CEO and Main Board, to Key Senior Managers
- Specialised fields such as Hospital Description and Specialties, Number of Employees, Number of Beds, Patient Volumes, Average Length Of Stay, and Expenditure.
Report Target Market:
Usage: competitive analysis and partner/alliance identification
2) Hospital Suppliers
This report is perfect for suppliers to hospitals who wish to identify top potential customers.
3) Medical Schools/Hospital Management Associations
It is also very useful to medical academic institutions and hospital management associations.
Note: Most people will be aware of some of the major hospitals in Ireland, like Letterkenny General Hospital or Waterford Regional Hospital but this report looks at all 35 of the biggest acute hospitals there.
Report data field structure is as follows:
- Hospital Name
- Hospital Address
- Hospital Telephone
- Hospital Fax
- Hospital Email
- Hospital Website Address
- Year Established
- Hospital Description
- Number of Beds
- Number of Employees
- Number of Medical/Dental Staff
- Number of Nursing Staff
- Key Executives
- Hospital Specialties
- Number of Inpatient Discharges
- Number of Daycases
- Number of Outpatients
- Average Length Of Stay
- No. of Emergency Department Presentations
- No. of Emergency Department Admissions
- Expenditure €m
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Hardcopy: Bound report, A4 format, 87 pages
Electronic: pdf Version, A4 format, 87 pages
Author: The scientific advisor on this report was Katie Ryan. Katie has degrees in physiology and medicine from Trinity College Dublin and is a full-time researcher there in the School of Medicine.
Acute, Public, General, University, Hospital, Healthcare, Ireland.