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210. Mental Health Facilities--Summary by Type of Facility

[Beds: 272.2 represents 272,200. Facilities, beds and inpatients as of year-end; other data are for calendar year or fiscal year ending in a month other than December since facilities are permitted to report on either a calendar or fiscal year basis. Excludes private psychiatric office practice and psychiatric service modes of all types in hospitals or outpatient clinics of federal agencies other than U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs. Excludes data from Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands, Guam, and other territories]

 
INPATIENT INPATIENTS Avg. EXPENDITURES
Number BEDS daily Inpatient Patient
TYPE OF FACILITY of in- care Per care
facilities Total Total patients episodes 2 Total capita 3 staff
(1,000) Rate 1 (1,000) Rate 1 (1,000) (1,000) (mil.dol) (dol.) (1,000) 4
 
1990
    Total 5,284 272.2 111.5 229.7 93.0 224.4 2,261 28,357 116.3 471.8
 
Mental hospitals:
   State and county   270 98.4 40.3 90.3 37.0 89.7 366 7,705 31.6 112.8
   Private 5   967 75.0 30.7 60.3 24.7 58.4 509 8,093 33.2 99.6
 
General hospitals 6   1,674 53.5 21.9 38.3 15.7 38.6 998 4,662 19.1 80.7
Veterans Administration 7   141 21.7 8.9 17.2 7.1 17.3 216 1,480 6.1 29.7
Free-standing psychiatric
  outpatient clinics 8   743 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 671 2.8 14.3
Other 9   1,489 23.6 9.7 23.6 8.5 20.4 173 5,746 23.5 134.7
 
1992
    Total 5,498 271.1 108.0 214.9 85.8 216.9 2,307 29,765 117.0 432.2
 
Mental hospitals:
   State and county   273 93.1 36.7 83.4 32.9 83.9 363 7,970 31.3 110.9
   Private 5   972 73.8 29.1 51.8 20.4 52.7 556 7,469 29.5 99.7
 
General hospitals 6   1,616 52.1 21.3 35.6 14.6 36.3 988 5,193 20.4 72.9
Veterans Administration 7   162 22.5 9.2 18.5 7.6 18.1 199 1,530 6.0 20.8
Free-standing psychiatric
  outpatient clinics 8   862 (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) (X) 821 3.2 13.2
Other 9   1,613 29.6 11.7 25.6 10.3 25.9 203 6,782 26.6 114.7
 
 
1994
    Total 5,392 248.4 97.0 190.8 73.5 190.5 2,388 33,135 128.0 370.9
 
Mental hospitals:
   State and county   256 79.3 30.6 70.0 26.9 69.5 308 7,824 30.2 100.2
   Private 5   889 69.0 27.8 50.1 19.4 48.8 568 8,829 34.1 72.4
 
General hospitals 6   1,612 53.0 20.5 35.8 13.8 37.1 1,102 5,344 20.6 74.3
Veterans Administration 7   161 21.1 8.2 15.4 5.9 15.2 186 1,386 5.4 21.6
Other 9   2,474 26.0 9.9 19.5 7.5 19.9 224 9,752 37.7 102.4
 
 
1998
    Total 3,742 191.1 70.7 150.3 55.7 (NA) 2,099 (NA) (NA) (NA)
 
Mental hospitals:
   State and county   234 62.2 23.0 56.0 20.7 (NA) 186 (NA) (NA) (NA)
   Private 5   813 63.0 23.3 48.7 18.1 (NA) 527 (NA) (NA) (NA)
 
General hospitals 6   1,594 52.5 19.4 35.3 13.1 (NA) 1,137 (NA) (NA) (NA)
Veterans Administration 7   124 9.3 3.5 7.3 2.7 (NA) 128 (NA) (NA) (NA)
Other 9   977 4.1 1.5 3.0 1.1 (NA) 121 (NA) (NA) (NA)


NA Not available.
X Not applicable. 1 Rate per 100,000 population. Based on Census Bureau estimated civilian population as of July 1. For 1988, estimates reflect revisions based on the 1990 Census of Population.
2 ``Inpatient care episodes'' is defined as the number of residents in inpatient facilities at the beginning of the year plus the total additions to inpatient facilities during the
year. 3 Based on Census Bureau estimated civilian population as of July 1. For 1988, estimates reflect revisions based on the 1990 Census of Population.
4 Full-time equivalent.
5 Includes residential treatment centers for emotionally disturbed children.
6 Nonfederal hospitals with separate psychiatric services.
7 Includes U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) neuropsychiatric hospitals, VA general hospitals with separate psychiatric settings and VA freestanding psychiatric outpatient clinics.
8 Includes mental health facilities which provide only psychiatric outpatient services.
9 Includes other multiservice mental health facilities with two or more settings, which are not elsewhere classified, as well as freestanding partial care facilities which only provide psychiatric partial care services. Number of facilities, expenditures, and staff data also include freestanding psychiatric partial care facilities.

Source: U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Center for Mental Health Services, unpublished data.

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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