Queensland Children's Hospital
The Queensland Children’s Hospital is the major specialist paediatric hospital for Queensland and northern New South Wales, and a centre for teaching and research. The facility provides general paediatric health services to children and young people in the greater Brisbane metropolitan area, as well as tertiary-level care for the state’s sickest and most seriously injured children. Paediatric speciality services include burns rehabilitation medicine, cardiology and cardiac surgery, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, gastroenterology, oncology, neurology and haemophilia care.
Total number of escalations
13 hrs and 10 mins
Average duration of escalation
|Indicators||Doctors||Nurses||Health practitioners/ professional/technical|
|Change from June 2005||-||-||-|
- This data extract is from the Queensland Health Payroll System. The number of doctors, nurses and health professionals reflects the positions attached to the facility reported. It does not include staff who work at this facility but are attached to positions of other facilities.
- All data is preliminary and subject to change. "-" indicates data not available or not applicable.
|Same day admissions||6,254|
All data is preliminary and subject to change. "-" indicates data not available to determine calculation or not applicable.
Source: Outpatient services - Monthly Activity Collection (MAC) and Queensland Health Non-Admitted Patient Data Collection (QHNAPDC), Department of Health, Queensland
Source: Admissions and babies born - Queensland Hospitals Admitted Patient Data Collection (QHAPDC), Department of Health, Queensland