percentage occupancy

percentage occupancy

A term defined in NHS parlance as the percentage of available staffed beds occupied by inpatients in a specialty or significant facility over a set period of time.

PO = occupied bed days X 100/available staffed bed days, ignoring bed use by day cases.
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The following table provides information relating to the contract purchase price, rentable square feet and the percentage occupancy related to the three acquisitions.
How many parking spaces are there at HRI, how many are solely for the use of staff, and what is the average percentage occupancy of the staff car parks, both surface and underground?
The percentage occupancy rate at the hotel is in the mid-60s.
Table 10: Global Hotel Industry (2006): Percentage Occupancy by Leading City - Brisbane, Melbourne, Dubai, Heathrow, Abu Dhabi, Hong Kong SAR, Perth, and London 6 Hotel Food Service Industry 6 Hotel Broadband Market 6
Table 15: Hotel Industry in the US (2006 & 2007): Percentage Occupancy by Category - Limited-Service Hotels, Full-Service Hotels, and All Hotels 50
6 pts as a percentage of restaurant sales primarily due to increased occupancy expenses in the third quarter of 2007, due to the negative leverage associated with normal increases in occupancy costs relative to the decline in comparable restaurant sales, as well as higher percentage occupancy costs associated with the immature newly opened restaurants and the impact of lease accounting changes on certain restaurants due to the changes in depreciable life effected in the third quarter of 2006.
1% of restaurant sales primarily due to increased occupancy expenses in the second quarter of 2007, largely due to the negative leverage associated with normal increases in occupancy costs relative to the decline in comparable restaurant sales, as well as higher percentage occupancy costs associated with the immature newly opened restaurants.
The increase in percentage occupancy costs in the first quarter of 2007 versus the comparable period of 2006 was largely a result of negative leverage associated with normal increases in occupancy costs relative to the decline in comparable restaurant sales, as well as higher percentage occupancy costs associated with the immature newly opened restaurants.
The increase in percentage occupancy costs in the fourth quarter of 2006 versus the comparable period of 2005 was largely a result of negative leverage associated with normal increases in occupancy costs relative to the decline in comparable restaurant sales, as well as higher percentage occupancy costs associated with the immature newly opened restaurants.
The increase in percentage occupancy costs in the third quarter of 2006 versus the comparable period of 2005 was largely a result of negative leverage associated with normal increases in occupancy costs relative to the decline in comparable restaurant sales, as well as higher percentage occupancy costs associated with the immature newly opened restaurants.
The Center is currently leased at approximately 35% and has a positive cash flow even on such small percentage occupancy.
The increase in percentage occupancy costs in the second quarter of 2006 versus the comparable period of 2005 was largely a result of negative leverage associated with normal increases in occupancy costs relative to the decline in comparable restaurant sales, as well as higher percentage occupancy costs associated with the immature newly opened restaurants.
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