Sabah & WP Labuan
  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

24Hospitals

23

2011

23

2012

24

2013

4,118Inpatient Beds

4253

2011

3970

2012

4118

2013
Activities

240,106Admission

231719
2011
231057
2012
240106
2013

63.85BOR

63.64

2011

62.73

2012

63.85

2013

3.76ALOS

3.89

2011

3.71

2012

3.76

2013

2.13TOI

2.22

2011

2.21

2012

2.13

2013

1,021,327General Outpatient

1.01 mil
2012
1.02 mil
2013
Workforce

1,097Doctors

853

2011

1097

2013

5,880Nurses

4405

2011

5537

2012

5880

2013

836AMO

720

2011

740

2012

836

2013

86OT

62

2010

86

2011

43MRO

8

2010

43

2011

21MSO

21

2010

21

2011

242Radiographers

218

2012

242

2013
Medical Device

2MRI

1

2010

2

2011

0PET Scanner

0

2010

0

2011
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2Mammogram

2

2012

2

2013

Number of Radiographer in Sabah & WP Labuan (Public) - (2012 - 2013)

Number of Radiographer in Sabah & WP Labuan (Public) - (2012 - 2013)

No Hospital 2012 2013
01. Hospital Beluran 2 3
02. Hospital Beaufort 5 6
03. Hospital Duchess Of Kent 21 21
04. Hospital Keningau 10 12
05. Hospital Kota Belud 5 5
06. Hospital Kota Marudu 3 3
07. Hospital Kudat 4 4
08. Hospital Lahad Datu 8 11
09. Hospital Queen Elizabeth 44 49
10. Hospital Queen Elizabeth II 14 22
11. Hospital Sipitang 3 3
12. Hospital Tenom 2 2
13. Hospital Kinabatangan 3 3
14. Hospital Kuala Penyu 3 3
15. Hospital Kunak 2 2
16. Hospital Likas 47 48
17. Hospital Papar 3 4
18. Hospital Pitas 2 2
19. Hospital Ranau 4 4
20. Hospital Semporna 4 4
21. Hospital Tambunan 3 3
22. Hospital Tawau 22 23
23. Hospital Labuan 4 5

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