Hospitals in Bucharest and Ilfov (Romania)

Published: 10 December 2021| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/b6mfpp6v7w.1
Contributor:
Dragos Toma-Danila

Description

You can find here a list of hospitals in Bucharest city and Ilfov county (Romania), according to free data, joined and post-processed. Although we tried to make it as precise as we can, given the limitations of public datasets we don't guarantee that all attributes are accurrate so we don't decline any responsability in using this dataset as an authoritive data source, especially since subjective classifications of importance or seismic vulnerability are included. This dataset has been compiled and used in various studies: - Toma-Danila D., Tiganescu A., D’Ayala D., Sun L., Armas I. (in review; 2022?) Time-dependent framework for analyzing emergency intervention travel times and risk implications due to earthquakes. Bucharest case study. Frontiers in Earth Science (please use this as main citation when available, given that is significantly different than previous versions) - Toma-Danila D., Armas I., Tiganescu A. (2020) Network-risk: an open GIS toolbox for estimating the implications of transportation network damage due to natural hazards, tested for Bucharest, Romania. Natural Hazards and Earth System Sciences, 20(5):1421-1439, doi: 10.5194/nhess-20-1421-2020 - Toma-Danila D. (2018) A GIS framework for evaluating the implications of urban road network failure due to earthquakes: Bucharest (Romania) case study. Natural Hazards, 93, 97-111.

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Steps to reproduce

Some of the main sources which we used to compile the dataset are: - https://data.gov.ro/dataset/nitati-sanitare-si-paturi-in-unitati-sanitare - ISUBIF (Bucharest-Ilfov Inspectorate for Emergency Situations) (2021) The Plan for Analysis and Coverage of Risks (in Romanian: Planul de Analiză şi Acoperirea Riscurilor). Available at https://isubif.ro/local/planul-de-acoperire-si-analiza-a-riscurilor-bucuresti/ (last access: 5 December 2021)

Institutions

Institutul National de Cercetare-Dezvoltare pentru Fizica Pamantului

Categories

Medical Care in Romania, Hospital, Romania, Vulnerability

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