Health

NHS Winter 2014-15: Northern Ireland

The NHS in Northern Ireland is expected to see 95% of patients in four hours. That measures the point from arrival to when they are admitted or treated and sent home. No patient should wait longer than 12 hours.

iFrame
Northern Ireland: Major A&E units only, January
Hospital Total patients % seen within four hours % seen within 12 hours
RBHSC 2,791 91.9 100.0
Daisy Hill 3,593 83.1 100.0
South West Acute 2,336 80.1 100.0
Craigavon Area 6,371 79.0 99.9
Altnagelvin Area 4,285 70.5 99.9
Mater 3,705 67.5 99.5
Ulster 6,969 67.4 96.6
Causeway 3,151 67.0 100.0
Royal Victoria 7,760 64.2 99.1
Antrim Area 6,069 62.8 99.3

Official performance data is published quarterly with monthly provisional data also provided. We are using the more up-to-date monthly figures.

Information on planned operations cancelled and ambulance handover times is collected but not routinely published.

The other information in the NHS Winter tracker is not collected or published in Northern Ireland.