The NHS disaster was at the moment laid naked by a MailOnline evaluation which revealed nearly 60 per cent of sufferers needing routine surgical procedure at England’s busiest belief have been ready at the least 18 weeks.
In the meantime, fewer than half of sufferers attending the nation’s worst-performing A&E can count on to be seen and despatched residence inside 4 hours.
We’ve got crunched the damning efficiency statistics collectively right into a helpful searchable software, permitting you to see precisely how your hospital is faring in tackling the Covid-fuelled pressures.
Ready lists for elective procedures equivalent to hip and knee replacements and cataract surgical procedure have soared throughout the pandemic, hitting a file of virtually 6.2million in February.
This included slightly below 300,000 who had been caught within the queue for over a yr.
Essentially the most up-to-date statistics additionally present that A&E efficiency plummeted to its worst ever stage in March — with 22,506 sufferers left ready 12 hours to be handled.
Ambulance response occasions have additionally drastically deteriorated, forcing coronary heart assault and stroke sufferers to routinely wait over an hour for paramedics to reach.
In response to yesterday’s shock figures, well being leaders instructed much more cash was wanted to revive care to pre-pandemic ranges.
Their calls for got here on the identical day tens of millions of employees noticed the £12billion a yr well being and social care levy deducted from their pay for the primary time.
NHS England’s most recent month-to-month efficiency figures present College Hospitals Birmingham Basis Belief had the worst ready occasions in February, with simply 41.3 per cent of sufferers ready lower than 18 weeks. Below the NHS’s personal rulebook, all sufferers have the precise to begin therapy inside that timeframe. College Hospitals Birmingham was adopted by the Countess of Chester Basis Belief (42.3 per cent), Buckinghamshire Healthcare Belief (45.3 per cent), Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Belief (46.1 per cent) and College Hospitals Leicester Basis Belief (47.4 per cent)
NHS England statistics laying naked the pressures being felt in A&E present fewer than half of sufferers had been admitted, transferred or discharged inside 4 hours in March on the worst-performing belief. North West Anglia Basis Belief (49.7 per cent) was adopted by the East Cheshire Belief (55.2 per cent) and Mid Cheshire Hospitals Basis Belief (56.2 per cent)
Retired seamstress, 87, waits 31 HOURS on trolley in A&E as delays attain new excessive amid Covid-fuelled NHS disaster
An 87-year-old retired seamstress was pressured to spend 31 hours ready in a hospital trolley at A&E.
Jean Shepherd, from Nottingham, needed to endure a nine-hour delay for an ambulance to take her to casualty in February.
And even as soon as she arrived at hospital, she was pressured to attend for almost a day-and-a-half in a trolley between the emergency division and a secondary care unit.
Her son, Andy Shepherd, instructed the BBC that the incident had left Mrs Shepherd ‘very distressed’.
He stated: ‘Because the stroke, due to her cognitive potential, she doesn’t perceive what’s occurring round her.
‘I admire that A&E departments have at all times been busy, however I simply wasn’t ready for what greeted me on the hospital.
‘There have been sufferers on ambulance trolleys actually in all places and the workers had been completely rushed off their toes. I bear in mind considering on the time that this isn’t sustainable.’
Nottingham College Hospitals Belief stated it was coping with ‘unprecedented’ demand and apologised for Mrs Shepherd’s delay, however stated it supplied ‘skilled care’.
NHS England’s most recent month-to-month efficiency figures present College Hospitals Birmingham Basis Belief had the worst ready occasions in February.
Simply 41.3 per cent of the 156,000-plus sufferers caught on its checklist had been ready lower than 18 weeks. Below the NHS’s personal rulebook, all sufferers have the precise to begin therapy inside that timeframe.
For comparability, the determine was twice as excessive (86.6 per cent) at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Basis Belief.
College Hospitals Birmingham was adopted by the Countess of Chester Basis Belief (42.3 per cent), Buckinghamshire Healthcare Belief (45.3 per cent), Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Belief (46.1 per cent) and College Hospitals Leicester Basis Belief (47.4 per cent).
The file 6.18million folks within the backlog throughout England is 46 per cent increased than the 4.2million caught within the queue in March 2020, earlier than the pandemic wreaked havoc throughout the nation.
Elective care was successfully frozen for months initially of the disaster.
A complete of 299,478 have now been ready over a yr, down 4 per cent in comparison with January. There have been an extra 23,281 sufferers left ready greater than two years, down two per cent on the month earlier.
Ministers introduced an elective restoration plan earlier this yr, setting out how ready lists will lastly begin to fall from March 2024, whereas two-year waits can be scrapped by the summer time.
Well being chiefs can pay for sufferers caught on the longest ready lists to be despatched to much less busy hospitals and even non-public amenities in different elements of the nation below Sajid Javid’s radical new plans.
However consultants yesterday warned ‘it’s onerous to think about an finish in sight, with prolonged waits for healthcare firmly right here to remain’.
Leaked Authorities forecasts counsel the dire state of affairs will solely worsen, with ready lists set to continue to grow for the following two years to 10.7million, or one in 5 folks in England.
Statistics laying naked the pressures being felt in A&E present fewer than half of sufferers had been admitted, transferred or discharged inside 4 hours in March on the worst-performing belief.
The graph exhibits the NHS England ready checklist for routine surgical procedure, equivalent to hip and knee operations (purple line), hit a file excessive 6.18million in February. The determine is 46 per cent increased than pre-pandemic ranges and 1.3 per cent greater than in January. Official figures additionally revealed that the variety of sufferers pressured to attend greater than two years (yellow bars) stood at 23,281 in February, which is 497 sufferers (two per cent) lower than one month earlier
NHS England information exhibits medics took a mean of 1 hour, one minute and three seconds final month to reply to emergency calls, equivalent to coronary heart assaults, strokes, burns and epilepsy, in March. The determine is up from 42 minutes and 7 seconds in February and is the longest time on file (purple bars). It is usually greater than triple the NHS goal of 18 minutes
NHS information exhibits a file 22,506 folks needed to wait greater than 12 hours in March from a call to confess to really being admitted (yellow bars). The quantity is up from 16,404 in February, signalling a 37 per cent month-on-month leap, and is the best since data started in August 2010. And simply 71.6 per cent of sufferers in England had been seen inside 4 hours at A&Es final month, the bottom proportion in data going again to November 2010 (purple line)
NHS ready checklist hits ANOTHER excessive amid Covid-fuelled disaster: Now 6.18MILLION sufferers are ready for routine ops
The variety of sufferers ready for routine hospital therapy in England has soared to a brand new file of 6.18million, as ambulance and emergency division waits additionally attain all-time highs.
NHS information exhibits one in 9 folks had been within the queue, typically in ache, for elective operations equivalent to hip and knee replacements and cataracts surgical procedure by February — up from 6.1million in January.
Separate information exhibits A&E efficiency plummeted to its worst ever stage in March, with a file 22,506 folks ready 12 hours to be handled, 3 times longer than the NHS goal. Simply seven in 10 sufferers in casualty models had been seen throughout the four-hour threshold, marking the worst efficiency but.
Ambulance figures reveal coronary heart assault and stroke sufferers had been left ready for greater than an hour for paramedics to reach on common — one other file.
Well being bosses argue the NHS has confronted its busiest ever winter and a slight drop among the many longest waiters present it’s tackling the backlog.
NHS leaders stated the well being service wants extra cash to fill its 110,000 vacancies and ongoing issues in social care, regardless of receiving a file £136.1 billion this yr to assist it get well from Covid.
North West Anglia Basis Belief (49.7 per cent) was adopted by the East Cheshire Belief (55.2 per cent) and Mid Cheshire Hospitals Basis Belief (56.2 per cent).
On the different finish of the dimensions, the determine was as excessive as 90 per cent at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Basis Belief.
Simply 71.6 per cent of sufferers in England had been seen inside 4 hours at A&Es final month, the bottom proportion in data going again to 2010.
NHS requirements say 95 per cent of sufferers attending casualty models ought to be admitted, transferred or discharged inside 4 hours — however this has not been met nationally since 2015.
A file 22,506 folks needed to wait at the least 12 hours in March from a call to confess to really being admitted.
The quantity is up from 16,404 in February — a 37 per cent month-on-month leap. That can also be the best quantity since data started.
MailOnline’s evaluation of the NHS efficiency information excluded specialist trusts, together with organisations devoted to treating youngsters and girls. Not each belief revealed statistics for each A&E and normal ready lists due to reporting points.
Pressures on the well being companies can also be seen within the ambulance service’s plummeting response occasions.
Paramedics took a mean of 1 hour, one minute and three seconds final month to reply to class two emergency calls, equivalent to coronary heart assaults, strokes, burns and epilepsy.
That is up from 42 minutes and 7 seconds in February and is the longest time on file for class two 999 call-outs.
Response occasions to class one calls, which embody cardiac arrests, jumped to 9 minutes and 35 seconds — additionally the worst since data started in 2017.
Well being chiefs have blamed the latest disaster on a ‘good storm’ of things, together with an uptick of Covid sufferers and virus-related absences, in addition to issues in social care.
The resurgence of the virus, which noticed an infection charges hit all-time highs initially of the month, noticed 30,000 workers name in sick per day in early April.
It additionally left hospitals with much less capability as a result of contaminated sufferers had been taking on essential beds wanted to sort out the backlog.
Surgeons warned they had been having to cancel ops in England due to the uptick in instances, which coincided with England’s determination to ditch remaining Covid guidelines as a part of Boris Johnson’s ‘dwelling with Covid’ plan.
The Workplace for Nationwide Statistics’ (ONS) weekly surveillance report estimates 3.7million folks in England had been carrying the virus on any given day within the week ending April 9
Well being leaders have warned this Easter shall be ‘as dangerous as any winter’ and referred to as for the Authorities to deliver again messaging to put on masks in crowded locations and place limits on indoor gatherings.
Some scientists additionally repeated their requires the Authorities to take a harder stance, in an try to scale back the unfold of the virus.
However instances have now peaked, in accordance with the nation’s most revered testing survey. And NHS information exhibits Covid admissions and in-patient ranges are already coming down, whereas half of contaminated sufferers should not primarily unwell with the virus.
Matthew Taylor, chief government of the NHS Confederation, which represents healthcare organisations, stated the NHS is placing the extra funding from the nationwide insurance coverage levy — which got here into impact final week — to good use.
However he added: ‘Well being leaders nonetheless really feel the NHS is a really good distance from a sustainable and resilient system that is ready to meet and handle general demand from sufferers for healthcare.’
Chris Hopson, chief government of NHS Suppliers, which represents trusts, argued issues had been being fuelled by 20,000 medically-fit sufferers who can’t be discharged on account of pressures on social care.
He stated a decade-long ‘monetary squeeze’ has additionally meant the NHS was unable to develop capability to fulfill demand and cited 110,000 vacancies throughout the service. ‘Till these fault traces are correctly addressed, the NHS goes to stay below actual stress,’ he added.
|NAME OF NHS TRUST||% WAITING IN 18 WEEKS||HALF OF PATIENTS WAITING LESS THAN||92 OUT OF 100 PATIENTS WERE WAITING LESS THAN||HOW MANY PATIENTS ON LIST||TOTAL A&E ATTENDANCES||OVER 4 HOURS||% SEEN IN 4 HOURS|
|North West Anglia NHS Basis Belief||60.7||14 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||58,476||17,737||8,925||49.7%|
|East Cheshire NHS Belief||63.8||12 WEEKS||43 WEEKS||8,496||4,707||2,108||55.2%|
|Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||60.5||14 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||30,532||9,863||4,322||56.2%|
|The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, NHS Basis Belief||62.2||13 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||19,428||7,140||3,052||57.3%|
|Torbay and South Devon NHS Basis Belief||54.7||16 WEEKS||52 WEEKS||35,459||7,974||3,316||58.4%|
|West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Belief||64||13 WEEKS||38 WEEKS||40,188||15,533||6,399||58.8%|
|Wye Valley NHS Belief||63.5||13 WEEKS||46 WEEKS||18,211||6,062||2,450||59.6%|
|Bolton NHS Basis Belief||65||12 WEEKS||44 WEEKS||31,635||12,432||4,992||59.8%|
|College Hospitals Sussex NHS Basis Belief||55.6||16 WEEKS||48 WEEKS||102,771||33,944||13,546||60.1%|
|College Hospitals Of North Midlands NHS Belief||55.6||16 WEEKS||47 WEEKS||73,832||22,079||8,779||60.2%|
|Northern Care Alliance NHS Basis Belief||53.3||17 WEEKS||46 WEEKS||134,981||32,860||12,856||60.9%|
|North Bristol NHS Belief||65.2||12 WEEKS||47 WEEKS||38,498||10,661||4,131||61.3%|
|Harrogate and District NHS Basis Belief||N/A||11 WEEKS||N/A||23,836||5,671||2,152||62.1%|
|Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Basis Belief||42.3||22 WEEKS||62 WEEKS||40,690||7,763||2,926||62.3%|
|The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS||58.1||14 WEEKS||49 WEEKS||31,810||15,652||5,875||62.5%|
|Manchester College NHS Basis Belief||50.5||18 WEEKS||54 WEEKS||157,284||44,351||16,630||62.5%|
|Stockport NHS Basis Belief||52||17 WEEKS||56 WEEKS||38,851||10,351||3,830||63.0%|
|Hampshire Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||63.8||13 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||47,734||12,199||4,492||63.2%|
|Royal United Hospitals Tub NHS Basis Belief||63||13 WEEKS||44 WEEKS||31,664||9,667||3,543||63.3%|
|James Paget College Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||62.3||13 WEEKS||46 WEEKS||16,421||7,368||2,677||63.7%|
|Barking, Havering And Redbridge College Hospitals NHS Belief||63.8||13 WEEKS||37 WEEKS||56,129||28,713||10,413||63.7%|
|Tameside And Glossop Built-in Care NHS Basis Belief||61.9||13 WEEKS||42 WEEKS||18,776||10,760||3,859||64.1%|
|Airedale NHS Basis Belief||71.8||10 WEEKS||39 WEEKS||10,307||6,817||2,410||64.6%|
|College Hospitals Birmingham NHS Basis Belief||41.3||23 WEEKS||71 WEEKS||156,610||49,081||17,341||64.7%|
|Barnsley Hospital NHS Basis Belief||85||7 WEEKS||25 WEEKS||14,922||9,021||3,176||64.8%|
|Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Basis Belief||70.7||10 WEEKS||34 WEEKS||31,067||14,452||5,070||64.9%|
|Northampton Basic Hospital NHS Belief||N/A||10 WEEKS||N/A||26,268||12,033||4,218||64.9%|
|Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Belief||46.1||20 WEEKS||58 WEEKS||55,857||17,472||6,084||65.2%|
|Hull College Instructing Hospitals NHS Belief||57.4||15 WEEKS||53 WEEKS||64,158||19,521||6,717||65.6%|
|Dorset County Hospital NHS Basis Belief||56.8||15 WEEKS||57 WEEKS||17,117||5,654||1,929||65.9%|
|Royal Free London NHS Basis Belief||51||18 WEEKS||50 WEEKS||93,945||27,659||9,300||66.4%|
|Norfolk And Norwich College Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||50.7||18 WEEKS||66 WEEKS||76,316||18,953||6,332||66.6%|
|College Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Basis Belief||60||14 WEEKS||46 WEEKS||90,328||34,516||11,421||66.9%|
|The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Belief||50.3||18 WEEKS||52 WEEKS||27,444||12,617||4,171||66.9%|
|College Hospitals of Leicester NHS Belief||47.4||19 WEEKS||64 WEEKS||113,365||34,088||11,171||67.2%|
|Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||71.9||11 WEEKS||36 WEEKS||56,398||16,648||5,324||68.0%|
|North Middlesex College Hospital NHS Belief||80.2||10 WEEKS||26 WEEKS||16,927||17,927||5,706||68.2%|
|Oxford College Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||76||9 WEEKS||33 WEEKS||56,971||17,707||5,595||68.4%|
|North Cumbria Built-in Care NHS Basis Belief||61.2||13 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||31,423||10,543||3,328||68.4%|
|South Warwickshire NHS Basis Belief||78.8||9 WEEKS||29 WEEKS||23,958||7,333||2,314||68.4%|
|Leeds Instructing Hospitals NHS Belief||67.9||11 WEEKS||38 WEEKS||79,417||29,996||9,354||68.8%|
|Mid and South Essex NHS Basis Belief||59.8||14 WEEKS||42 WEEKS||130,968||35,105||10,942||68.8%|
|East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Belief||N/A||10 WEEKS||N/A||36,929||17,940||5,505||69.3%|
|Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Belief||45.3||20 WEEKS||63 WEEKS||36,234||13,063||3,955||69.7%|
|College Hospitals Coventry And Warwickshire NHS Belief||N/A||15 WEEKS||N/A||57,108||20,727||6,215||70.0%|
|Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Basis Belief||58.8||14 WEEKS||43 WEEKS||39,540||14,165||4,241||70.1%|
|Doncaster And Bassetlaw Instructing Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||67.3||11 WEEKS||39 WEEKS||42,322||17,185||5,091||70.4%|
|College Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Basis Belief||N/A||14 WEEKS||N/A||54,305||21,891||6,468||70.5%|
|King’s Faculty Hospital NHS Basis Belief||74.1||11 WEEKS||32 WEEKS||74,700||35,930||10,586||70.5%|
|East and North Hertfordshire NHS Belief||56.1||15 WEEKS||49 WEEKS||47,067||19,138||5,576||70.9%|
|Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Belief||57.9||15 WEEKS||51 WEEKS||18,091||4,625||1,343||71.0%|
|Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Basis Belief||69.3||11 WEEKS||38 WEEKS||27,274||7,799||2,264||71.0%|
|College Hospitals Of Morecambe Bay NHS Basis Belief||69.5||10 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||25,680||11,410||3,296||71.1%|
|York and Scarborough Instructing Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||61||14 WEEKS||45 WEEKS||37,473||18,667||5,319||71.5%|
|United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Belief||52.2||17 WEEKS||48 WEEKS||63,675||24,251||6,860||71.7%|
|South Tees Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||64.7||13 WEKS||40 WEEKS||41,910||16,156||4,559||71.8%|
|Sheffield Instructing Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||73.4||10 WEEKS||34 WEEKS||66,220||19,225||5,416||71.8%|
|The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||53.5||17 WEEKS||47 WEEKS||24,875||12,891||3,623||71.9%|
|St George’s College Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||72.1||10 WEEKS||34 WEEKS||48,532||13,299||3,724||72.0%|
|Liverpool College Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||54.3||16 WEEKS||52 WEEKS||73,408||31,783||8,888||72.0%|
|Barts Well being NHS Belief||N/A||15 WEEKS||N/A||102,461||46,062||12,850||72.1%|
|Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Basis Belief||49.7||18 WEEKS||55 WEEKS||63,691||13,973||3,825||72.6%|
|St Helens And Knowsley Hospital Companies NHS Belief||68.6||11 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||30,866||21,209||5,746||72.9%|
|Warrington And Halton Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||67||12 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||23,588||13,408||3,606||73.1%|
|Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Belief||63.5||13 WEEKS||39 WEEKS||60,770||28,426||7,611||73.2%|
|East Sussex Healthcare NHS Belief||66.5||12 WEEKS||34 WEEKS||38,381||14,680||3,888||73.5%|
|London North West Healthcare NHS Belief||69.2||12 WEEKS||33 WEEKS||56,156||31,135||8,231||73.6%|
|Wirral College Instructing Hospital NHS Basis Belief||65.9||12 WEEKS||38 WEEKS||29,445||17,201||4,484||73.9%|
|College Faculty London Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||68.1||12 WEEKS||37 WEEKS||56,649||15,033||3,919||73.9%|
|Bradford Instructing Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||68.2||12 WEEKS||38 WEEKS||33,918||12,530||3,254||74.0%|
|Lancashire Instructing Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||48.7||19 WEEKS||64 WEEKS||56,706||15,457||4,008||74.1%|
|East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Basis Belief||65.5||12 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||66,104||24,006||6,174||74.3%|
|East Kent Hospitals College NHS Basis Belief||59.5||14 WEEKS||47 WEEKS||65,115||29,261||7,479||74.4%|
|Whittington Well being NHS Belief||73.4||10 WEEKS||32 WEEKS||19,418||11,195||2,795||75.0%|
|Salisbury NHS Basis Belief||66||13 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||18,022||6,114||1,516||75.2%|
|Isle of Wight NHS Belief||64.3||13 WEEKS||42 WEEKS||10,818||5,328||1,305||75.5%|
|Walsall Healthcare NHS Belief||63.3||13 WEEKS||39 WEEKS||29,018||12,170||2,942||75.8%|
|Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||77.8||9 WEEKS||29 WEEKS||29,489||17,145||4,125||75.9%|
|County Durham and Darlington NHS Basis Belief||72.5||9 WEEKS||37 WEEKS||33,302||20,864||4,962||76.2%|
|Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Basis Belief||N/A||15 WEEKS||N/A||32,878||16,871||4,001||76.3%|
|Croydon Well being Companies NHS Belief||83.6||8 WEEKS||25 WEEKS||26,007||17,924||4,227||76.4%|
|Nice Western Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||59||15 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||28,764||10,841||2,547||76.5%|
|Medway NHS Basis Belief||61.6||14 WEEKS||37 WEEKS||29,447||19,444||4,565||76.5%|
|The Dudley Group NHS Basis Belief||72.9||10 WEEKS||35 WEEKS||33,026||16,186||3,773||76.7%|
|Royal Berkshire NHS Basis Belief||56.6||15 WEEKS||50 WEEKS||48,047||16,697||3,885||76.7%|
|Man’s And St Thomas’ NHS Basis Belief||68.1||12 WEEKS||35 WEEKS||91,016||18,735||4,355||76.8%|
|Somerset NHS Basis Belief||N/A||14 WEEKS||N/A||32,711||15,150||3,513||76.8%|
|South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Basis Belief||82.4||7 WEEKS||24 WEEKS||45,914||20,856||4,817||76.9%|
|Blackpool Instructing Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||70.1||11 WEEKS||37 WEEKS||24,251||19,467||4,477||77.0%|
|Epsom And St Helier College Hospitals NHS Belief||76.4||10 WEEKS||29 WEEKS||41,441||15,095||3,470||77.0%|
|George Eliot Hospital NHS Belief||67.8||12 WEEKS||36 WEEKS||13,296||8,206||1,880||77.1%|
|Gateshead Well being NHS Basis Belief||75.5||9 WEEKS||31 WEEKS||10,523||9,153||2,082||77.3%|
|Yeovil District Hospital NHS Basis Belief||65.6||12 WEEKS||47 WEEKS||11,268||5,247||1,171||77.7%|
|Southport And Ormskirk Hospital NHS Belief||79.1||7 WEEKS||31 WEEKS||11,813||12,372||2,713||78.1%|
|Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Belief||66.5||11 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||36,903||14,655||3,195||78.2%|
|Dartford and Gravesham NHS Belief||68.8||11 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||22,853||14,642||3,103||78.8%|
|The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Belief||64.4||12 WEEKS||38 WEEKS||57,603||21,049||4,444||78.9%|
|College Hospital Southampton NHS Basis Belief||67.4||11 WEEKS||41 WEEKS||45,848||20,599||4,333||79.0%|
|Sandwell And West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Belief||65.3||12 WEEKS||39 WEEKS||56,481||31,216||6,502||79.2%|
|Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||71.9||10 WEEKS||34 WEEKS||38,777||15,337||3,035||80.2%|
|Milton Keynes College Hospital NHS Basis Belief||N/A||16 WEEKS||N/A||32,498||14,293||2,782||80.5%|
|The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||70||11 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||97,260||21,411||3,817||82.2%|
|Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Belief||71||11 WEEKS||30 WEEKS||37,775||20,513||3,552||82.7%|
|Homerton College Hospital NHS Basis Belief||76.9||9 WEEKS||29 WEEKS||23,724||10,745||1,735||83.9%|
|Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Belief||N/A||12 WEEKS||N/A||34,487||20,485||3,139||84.7%|
|Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Basis Belief||63.6||13 WEEKS||44 WEEKS||20,713||12,849||1,707||86.7%|
|Kingston Hospital NHS Basis Belief||80.4||10 WEEKS||25 WEEKS||26,447||12,151||1,275||89.5%|
|Northumbria Healthcare NHS Basis Belief||86.6||9 WEEKS||23 WEEKS||29,812||19,076||1,907||90.0%|
|College Hospitals Plymouth NHS Belief||60.2||14 WEEKS||50 WEEKS||40,947||11,737||–||–|
|College Hospitals Dorset NHS Basis Belief||60.4||14 WEEKS||44 WEEKS||54,587||15,931||–||–|
|Cambridge College Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||61||13 WEEKS||46 WEEKS||52,561||16,181||–||–|
|Nottingham College Hospitals NHS Belief||63.4||13 WEEKS||46 WEEKS||61,468||18,672||–||–|
|Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Basis Belief||63.7||13 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||71,929||22,631||–||–|
|Imperial Faculty Healthcare NHS Belief||64.5||13 WEEKS||38 WEEKS||80,485||23,266||–||–|
|Portsmouth Hospitals College NHS Belief||64.8||12 WEEKS||37 WEEKS||45,543||13,029||–||–|
|West Suffolk NHS Basis Belief||64.8||12 WEEKS||51 WEEKS||25,454||7,507||–||–|
|Frimley Well being NHS Basis Belief||64.9||12 WEEKS||40 WEEKS||53,873||21,879||–||–|
|Chelsea And Westminster Hospital NHS Basis Belief||67.8||13 WEEKS||34 WEEKS||48,784||30,214||–||–|
|Kettering Basic Hospital NHS Basis Belief||71.3||11 WEEKS||30 WEEKS||23,474||9,239||–||–|
|Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Belief||72.2||10 WEEKS||34 WEEKS||40,211||23,913||–||–|
|The Rotherham NHS Basis Belief||76.2||10 WEEKS||29 WEEKS||22,484||8,070||–||–|
|North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Basis Belief||83.6||7 WEEKS||25 WEEKS||17,144||14,663||–||–|