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91% of public hospital beds across Australia are using the My Health Record system. The Agency continues to work in close partnership with state and territory jurisdictions to enable and enhance use of the My Health Record system across the public hospital sector. 

Check the list below to see whether your local public hospital is using the My Health Record system. 

Public hospitals registered and using the My Health Record (PDF, 322KB)

Note: This list is indicative only and current as at 30 June 2020. Please confirm with public hospital directly as to their level of interaction with the My Health Record system. 

A summary of public hospitals by state and territory jurisdiction and by bed numbers is provided for reference below. 

Page last updated 20 August 2020. 

 

Public hospitals (beds) registered and using the My Health Record system by state and territory jurisdiction as at 30 June 2020. 

Note: Baseline based on the total number of beds (complied by the states/territories) mapped to the public hospitals reported in the Commonwealth declared hospital list. 

Available beds explanation

The number of available beds is the average number of beds immediately available for use with staffing. This data is affected by the way beds are counted. E.g. counts bed on a specific date, such as 30 June, may differ from average available beds for the reporting period. The ratio of available beds to population does not necessarily indicate the accessibility of the hospital service.

State/territory jurisdiction Total number of public hospital beds % Registered to use the My Health Record (beds) % Using the My Health Record (beds) Has the ability to view the My Health Record Has the ability to upload to the My Health Record**
ACT 1,218 86% 64% Yes Yes
NSW 23,416 99% 97% Yes Yes
NT 721 100% 100% Yes Yes
QLD 12,558 99% 96% Yes Yes
SA 4,298 72% 72% Yes Yes
TAS 1,279 99% 98% Yes Yes
VIC 11,941 91% 80% Yes Yes
WA 5,679 100% 95% Yes Yes
National 61,110 95% 91%