bed complement

bed complement

A UK term for the number of beds for the admission of inpatients and day cases using an inpatient bed, exclusive of day bed units and temporary beds (e.g. stretchers or beds for non-patients).
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Provision of an additional 156 medical/surgical beds would increase RRUMCs current 278 pediatric and adult medical surgical bed complement to 434.
3) Large percentage of bed complement is occupied by the operated patients, more so by patients having undergone major surgeries.
In Doha, a colour therapy room, hydrotherapy pool, ice room and laconium bed complement the traditional offerings of saunas, steam rooms and swiss showers to create the most comprehensive Spa in the Middle East.
A There is a role for community hospitals, the bed complement (across the region) is about 400 beds so it's the equivalent to a district hospital but we will be looking at how we use those beds and where we need them and also looking at the beds being in people's own homes.
Take the University Hospital Trust for example, they seem to have lost seven per cent of their bed complement in 1999-2000 to bring them below the number they had in the last year of John Major.
Kole: As our nursing home bed complement has increased from 128 to 240, we've gone from approximately 270 to 570 employees.
5% of the National Health Service bed complement [11].
1 beds) had a greater resemblance in service mix, in the number of equivalent full-time personnel per occupied bed, and in the percent of occupancy rates compared with mergers in which one hospital's acute inpatient bed complement was eliminated.
The two long-term care facilities in Tom's River and Mountainside also continue to be fully utilized and an application to increase the long-term bed complement at Toms' River has been recently approved.
Given capacity constraints at the hospital, MCH has planned to construct a six-story bed tower to expand its private bed complement.
The projects under way are intended to increase DUH's staffed bed complement to its full licensed capacity of 943 beds, which will enable DUHS to continue to maintain and increase its market share of the growing Greater Triangle area market, which in the past has been hampered by constrained capacity at the main facility.
Construction of the new 155-bed North Tower at the Lawrenceville campus was completed in September of this year, adding 129 beds to the licensed bed complement, and should alleviate the capacity constrains at the main facility.