Werribee Mercy Hospital - Emergency department Category 4 patients treated within one hour - Quarterly Data

01 January 2016 - 31 March 2018
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Note:

Data for FY 2018-19 are preliminary and will be finalised in November 2019.

About this report

This report shows the number of triage Category 4 patients treated in emergency departments who were treated within one hour as a percentage of the total number of triage Category 4 patients treated. It excludes those who left at their own risk without treatment, those who left after clinical advice regarding treatment options and those who were dead on arrival.  Totals are for all Victorian public hospitals with an emergency department.

Understanding triage

All patients attending emergency departments are ‘triaged’ or assessed for urgency. The first priority is to treat the most urgent patients. There are five triage categories that have been established by the Australasian College of Emergency Medicine. These categories indicate the desirable time within which patients should be treated.

Target

As part of Statewide and/or National agreements, targets have been set for some key performance indicators. These annual targets are shown to enable comparative achievements to be illustrated.

Note:

Data for FY 2018-19 are preliminary and will be finalised in November 2019.

Werribee Mercy Hospital - Emergency department Category 4 patients treated within one hour - Quarterly Data

Apr- Jun 2018Jul - Sep 2018Oct - Dec 2018Jan - Mar 2019Apr- Jun 2019
Emergency department Category 4 patients treated within one hour7161585857
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Graphical representation of data
Apr- Jun 2018Jul - Sep 2018Oct - Dec 2018Jan - Mar 2019Apr- Jun 2019
Emergency department Category 4 patients treated within one hour7161585857