Perak
  1. In NHEWS Hospital prior to 2012, the public sector refers to Ministry of Health (MOH) and University hospitals.
    In NHEWS Hospital 2012-2013, the public sector refers to MOH, University, and Ministry of Defence (MOD) hospitals.
  2. Some variables will only be displayed by breakdown of public hospitals ( MOH & University hospitals only) for selected years.
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Facilities

15Hospitals

14

2011

15

2012

15

2013

3,724Inpatient Beds

3580

2011

3724

2012

3724

2013
Activities

226,838Admission

224969
2011
229786
2012
226838
2013

60.67BOR

63.47

2011

62.03

2012

60.67

2013

3.48ALOS

3.42

2011

3.45

2012

3.48

2013

2.26TOI

1.97

2011

2.11

2012

2.26

2013

1,180,499General Outpatient

1.10 mil
2012
1.18 mil
2013
Workforce

1,175Doctors

1016

2011

1175

2013

3,933Nurses

3678

2011

3,521

2012

3933

2013

555AMO

517

2011

549

2012

555

2013

37MRO

10

2010

37

2011

15MSO

14

2010

15

2011

172Radiographers

169

2012

172

2013
Medical Device

1MRI

2

2010

1

2011

0PET Scanner

0

2010

0

2011
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Bed Occupancy Rate (BOR) in Perak (Public) - (2011 - 2013)

Bed Occupancy Rate (BOR) in Perak (Public) - (2011 - 2013)

No Hospital 2011 2012 2013
01. Hospital Batu Gajah 45.95 48.89 50.63
02. Hospital Changkat Melintang 42.88 41.44 44.69
03. Hospital Gerik 48.45 49.86 44.02
04. Hospital Kampar 44.09 58.94 43.22
05. Hospital Kuala Kangsar 103.65 40.29 40.13
06. Hospital Parit Buntar 40.26 46.21 41.55
07. Hospital Selama 34.46 31.74 27.65
08. Hospital Seri Manjung 92.69 86.49 77.83
09. Hospital Slim River 62.90 64.45 49.21
10. Hospital Sungai Siput 66.17 54.29 51.13
11. Hospital Taiping 71.74 70.31 68.46
12. Hospital Tapah 30.22 26.32 36.94
13. Hospital Teluk Intan 48.94 49.23 52.58
14. Hospital Raja Permaisuri Bainun 69.90 74.66 76.53

INFORMATION: *NHSI data was collected based on the key-user needs for local health service research. Other users should understand that the inclusion and exclusion criteria, service and data definition used may differ from other sources. Therefore, interpretation and comparison should be made with caution. The Health Informatics Centre, Ministry of Health Malaysia is the official source of Malaysia health data. Harmonization of health data for the purpose of International exercise must be obtained from this official source.