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Release date: 18 January 2017
NHS Wales Informatics Service has updated the monthly data.
Quarter ending September 2016
Release date: 15 November 2016
Data has been published on StatsWales.
Key results for all A&E departments
- 82.8 per cent of patients spent less than 4 hours from arrival until admission, transfer or discharge in September 2016.
- 2,751 patients spent 12 hours or more from arrival until admission, transfer or discharge in September 2016.
- The median time spent in A&E departments was 2 hours 9 minutes in September 2016, whilst the mean time was 3 hours 6 minutes.
All figures relating to September 2016 are provisional.
Monthly data is published by NHS Wales Informatics Service (NWIS) on their website and quarterly data is published by us. The statistical release and quality report published by us provide advice on the quality of this information and how it can be used.
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