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Osborne Park Hospital

This is a public hospital

Address:
Osborne Place
Stirling, WA 6021
Phone: 08 9346 8000
Go to this hospital's website (external link, opens in a new window) [http://www.oph.health.wa.gov.au]

Elective (planned) surgery waiting times

Elective surgery is non-emergency surgery that is planned in advance. It is surgery which, in the opinion of the treating doctor, can be delayed for at least 24 hours. The treating doctor determines how urgently surgery is needed, then assigns the patient to one of three elective surgery urgency categories – urgent, semi-urgent or non-urgent.

Plastic surgery for July 2010–June 2013

Plastic surgery involves the modification or reconstruction of the visible physical features of the body. It is commonly performed on people who have suffered severe injuries or burns, people who were born with physical malformations, or people whose physical appearance has been affected by a disease.

Median waiting times

The median waiting time is the number of days within which half of all patients at this hospital received their surgery.

All plastic surgery

In 2012–13, the median waiting time for plastic surgery was 32 days at this hospital.

Year Number of surgeries Median waiting time (days)
2012–13 523 32
2011–12 388 55
2010–11 464 34
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Percentage of patients who waited longer than 365 days

All plastic surgery

In 2012–13, 1.0% of patients waited longer than 365 days for plastic surgery at this hospital.

Year Number of surgeries Patients who waited longer than 365 days
2012–13 523 1.0%
2011–12 388 1.5%
2010–11 464 1.5%
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