Domain scores
Domain  2021 2021 – Score out of 100 SWSLHD SWSLHD – Score out of 100
Rostering 50 47
Overtime 47 51
Leave 65 61
Behaviour 49 52
Sick leave 56 50
Facilities 41 52

All scores are out of a possible total of 100.

Key findings for this hospital

How does the 2021 results compare to last year?

Campbelltown Hospital – NO CHANGE

In 2021, Campbelltown Hospital received a ‘C’ overall.
In 2020, Campbelltown Hospital received a ‘C’ overall.

South Western Sydney Local Health District – NO CHANGE

In 2021, South Western Sydney LHD received a ‘C’ overall.
In 2020, South Western Sydney LHD received a ‘C’ overall.

How does this hospital compare to NSW?

Do you feel valued?

Overall, 67% reported that they felt valued, which was more than the NSW average of 63%.

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Would you recommend your hospital?

69% reported that they would recommend the hospital, which was less than the NSW average of 75%

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What doctors at this hospital are saying

What do you value most about your hospital?

“Excellent teamwork and ability to work together with the aim of providing best patient care possible.”

“Clinical experience and opportunities others at my level don’t get to experience.”

“JMO unit tries to help and make things as convenient as possible for us, but staff is very limited.”

If you could change three things at your hospital what would they be?

“Cultural awareness within the staff; medical and allied health to promote better patient outcomes; staff’s ability to see beyond racial and gendered biases in order to make workplace safe for everyone; wish for better resources so that there can be more medical staffing to improve roster and workload.”

“Rostering, rostering and rostering – we need a relief term at Campbelltown because otherwise after hours and night shifts are split between the other interns and residents that are meant to be on other terms.”

“Reduce the number of after hours shifts; not give night shifts when you’re not on relief; access to terms like renal endocrine to residents.”

Fatigue, Clinical Error and Personal Safety

Have you made a fatigue-induced clinical error caused by your hours of work at your hospital?

In total, 33% of participants reported that they had made a fatigue-induced error, which was less than the NSW average of 38%.

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Have you ever been concerned about your personal health or safety caused by excessive hours worked at your hospital?

55% said they had felt concerned about their health or safety, which was more than the NSW average of 47%.

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Sick Leave

We asked:

  • If you are unwell, how often do you take sick leave at your hospital?
  • What stops you from taking sick leave if you are unwell?

Campbelltown Hospital scored above the NSW average on this domain, although the difference was not statistically significant.

How often do you take sick leave at your hospital?

  • Never - 9%
  • Rarely - 30%
  • Sometimes - 39%
  • Usually - 18%
  • Always - 4%
  • Not applicable - 0%

What stops you from taking sick leave if you are unwell?

  • Concern of others workload - 55%
  • Concern of patient safety - 15%
  • No cover available - 45%
  • Workplace culture - 27%

Detailed information for this hospital

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