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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And as a consequence, the percentage occupancy rate has increased gradually almost year on year.
Across the five largest treatment specialities - general medicine, general surgery, geriatric medicine, trauma and orthopaedics - the number of daily beds has decreased every year since 2009-10, while the percentage occupancy rate has risen.
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.
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