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Table 1 Number of received casualties and approximate regular emergency department overcrowding status at the 32 initial receiving hospitals (sorted by received number of casualties)

From: Rethinking preparedness planning in disaster emergency care: lessons from a beyond-surge-capacity event

Hospital NoC Number of ED beds LOS > 48 h in ED (%) Hospital NoC Number of ED beds LOS > 48 h in ED (%)
(MC-MM) 55 28 7.53 RH-18 12 12 0.09
MC-H4 48 45 0.94 RH-19 9 12 0.09
MC-H1 47 160 10.57 RH-20 9 15 0.25
MC-H3 43 57 4.83 RH-9 6 33 0.22
MC-H9 32 39 6.96 RH-12 6 14 0.08
MC-H6 31 40 13.16 RH-13 6 15 7.80
(RH-TH) 30 20 0.08 RH-23 6 10 0.25
MC-H2 21 120 27.49 RH-8 5 30 1.90
MC-H5 20 42 14.76 RH-4 4 25 6.26
RH-22 18 10 0.25 RH-21 4 12 0.25
RH-5 15 25 0.01 RH-6 2 20 0.06
RH-10 15 31 0.74 RH-7 2 27 0.09
MC-H7 14 26 7.53 RH-14 2 15 0.10
(MC-WH) 14 26 0.28 RH-16 2 13 0.80
RH-2 13 40 1.73 RH-1 1 30 6.46
(RH-SH) 13 34 2.56 RH-15 1 15 1.15
  1. Data source: National Health Insurance Administration, open data on health care quality. https://www.nhi.gov.tw/AmountInfoWeb/search.aspx?Q5C1_ID=2&Q5C2_ID=1652
  2. NoC, number of received casualties; ED, emergency department; LOS, length of ED stay; MC, medical center; RH, regional hospital; MM, Mackay Memorial Hospital Tamsui Branch; SH, Shuang Ho Hospital; TH, Taipei Hospital, Ministry of Health and Welfare; WH, Taipei Municipal Wan Fang Hospital
  3. The interviewed hospitals are presented in parentheses