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Coronavirus UK: 19 NHS trusts have more patients than in April

Almost 20 NHS trusts in England are already treating more coronavirus patients than at the peak of the first wave, according to official statistics that come amid warnings hospitals across the country could run out of beds before Christmas.

Trusts in hotspots such as Nottingham, Liverpool and Doncaster are seeing up to three times the number of Covid-19 patients compared to in mid-April, with five months of winter still to go.

But there is some reason to be optimistic, given that, overall, total beds occupied by Covid-19 sufferers across the country are still only half of what they were during the darkest days of the crisis in spring. Even in April, hospitals were not overwhelmed.

However, hospitals are filling up with infected patients quickly – spiking by about a third every week – and the fact several trusts have surpassed spring levels already will be a cause for concern so early into winter. As the country moves deeper into the colder months, people tend to get sicker from a slew of other illnesses and need care, which heaps even more pressure on hospitals.

MailOnline’s analysis of official NHS figures reveals 19 trusts are treating higher numbers of Covid-19 patients than at the first peak. They are mostly in Tier Three lockdown areas such as Nottinghamshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Yorkshire. But even Tier Two towns, cities and boroughs in the North East, South West, East Yorkshire and the North Midlands are seeing significant rises.

Boris Johnson, who was infamously against lockdowns before the first peak in April, has been warned by his scientific advisers that every hospital in England is on track to be full with Covid-infected patients by December 17 unless he orders more shutdowns.

The Foreign Secretary Dominic Raab today hinted the Government could introduce a new Tier Four set of even stricter coronavirus restrictions as pressure mounts on Number 10 to thwart a deadly second peak. He refused to rule out another national lockdown, which has been seen in the likes of Germany and France.

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Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has three times as many infected patients on its wards now compared to April 12 – England’s busiest day in the pandemic. Just 67 beds were occupied by people with the disease then, compared to 201 on October 27, the most recent snapshot published by the NHS. 

At Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, 196 of its beds were taken up by Covid-19 patients on October 27. It marked a 68 per cent jump compared to levels on April 12, when doctors there were treating 117 infected people.

There are 104 coronavirus sufferers currently being treated in Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in South Yorkshire, according to the most recent snapshot from NHS England. This is compared to 63 six months ago, marking a rise of almost two-thirds. 

WHERE ARE THE 19 TRUSTS? AND HOW DO LEVELS COMPARE TO APRIL? 

NHS TRUST

Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust

Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust

Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust

East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust

Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust

Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust

Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust

Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust

Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

COVID BEDS APRIL 12

67

 

 

9

   

117

 

3

     

63

   

 

23      

 

122

 

210

 

 

98

 

 

346

 

   

134

   

93

   

 

73

     

88

 

   

44

 

 

6

 

   

259

   

230    

 

53

   

COVID BEDS OCT 27

201

 

 

21

   

196

 

5

   

104

   

 

33    

 

170

 

289

 

 

128

 

 

450    

 

 

171

   

116

 

 

91

 

109

 

   

54

 

 

7

 

   

290

   

236

   

54

 

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East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust currently has 170 people with Covid-19 on its ward compared to 122 in spring, a rise of nearly 40 per cent. A similar story has played out at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust, where patient levels have risen from 210 to 289 (38 per cent).

Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has 450 virus patients getting care in its Merseyside hospitals, up more than 30 cent on the 346 patients being treated for the disease on April 12. Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has seen the same rate of increase, going from 98 to 128.

Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust and Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are seeing more than 20 per cent more patients now than in April.

Meanwhile, in Tier Two lockdown areas there have been similar surges in the number of beds occupied by Covid-19 sufferers. Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, in East Yorkshire, has 54 infected patients, up from 44 six months ago, a rise of 23 per cent. 

University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust has 171 infected people on its wards, up more than a quarter from April 12, when there were 124. 

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust in the South West has technically seen a surge of 44 per cent, though it has far fewer beds than some of the bigger trusts in major cities. As of yesterday it was treating 33 Covid-19 patients compared to 23 on April 12. 

The caveat with these figures is that they only go up to October 27, meaning there is no way to tell how many patients have been discharged since Wednesday. But it is not expected to have changed significantly.

Covid-19 hospital admissions lag by around two to three weeks because of a delay in the time it takes for someone to fall ill enough with the virus to need care – so there is also a chance they have continued to rise.

Since October 20, when MailOnline last analysed these NHS figures, there has been a 38 per cent rise in the total number of coronavirus-infected patients occupying hospital beds across England. Seven days ago there were 6,055 patients, compared to 8,337 on October 27. 

The number of patients hooked up to mechanical ventilators also rose 25 per cent in the same time frame, jumping from 3,298 to 4,122. 

Figures like these will be used as evidence for more lockdowns. SAGE, the Government’s Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies, has told the PM hospitals could be completely overrun by December unless the virus’ current trajectory can be curtailed.

However, the silver lining is that, overall, total beds occupied by Covid-19 sufferers across the country are less than half of what they were during the darkest days of the crisis on April 12, when the figure was 18,970.

Even at the peak of the first wave, only a quarter of all of England’s hospital beds were occupied by coronavirus patients, on average.  

Latest figures suggest the country has about 110,000 beds at its disposal, plus thousands more in the Nightingale hospitals built during the first wave which went unused. 

Thousands of private beds were also commandeered to give the NHS some breathing room if it’s faced with a surge in Covid-19 admissions.  

Yet sources insisted today that more lockdowns were needed or else every hospital in England will be full by December 17. 

The forecast of no beds being available by December 17 is understood to include the emergency ‘Nightingale’ wards.

A well-placed source said: ‘Ministers have been told in clear terms that if no further action is taken, at the present rate of rising infections, every hospital bed in England will be full by December 17.

‘They would have no choice but to turn people away, including additional Covid patients, people who have heart attacks, cancer, road accident victims – because there would be no beds to put them in or staff to treat them.

‘There could be a repeat here of the scenes in Lombardy in Italy at the start of the pandemic: the sick put in operating rooms or corridors.

‘Hospital admissions are forecast to go up slowly for the next few weeks but shoot up towards Christmas. People don’t realise that social distancing measures can mean only ten beds in a ward meant to take 20.

‘And there is a finite number of trained ICU [intensive care unit] staff – you cannot do it without special training.’  

Hospitals could run out of beds by December 17 

Boris Johnson has been told that every hospital in England will be full by December 17 unless he orders more lockdowns.

The blunt warning emerged a day after a leaked Sage committee document revealed that ministers had been told to prepare for a ‘worst case scenario’ of 85,000 deaths.

Last night, a Downing Street source confirmed the Government had been advised that hospitals in England could run out of beds by Christmas but declined to give a precise date.

Government insiders insist there is evidence that NHS beds in cities like Liverpool, which are already in Tier Three lockdown, are already running out.

The forecast of no beds being available by December 17 is understood to include the emergency ‘Nightingale’ wards.

However Mr Johnson is under pressure from powerful groups who are demanding he resist any new nationwide measures.

Tory MPs in the so-called ‘Red Wall’ Northern seats claim their lockdowns are not working and are unfair.

‘Some medical experts claim lockdowns will lead to more deaths among people with cancer and other serious illnesses.

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Despite a mid-September surge in infections, Britain’s hospitals enjoyed low hospital and death rates because transmission was being driven by young people who are resistant to Covid-19’s most severe symptoms.

But the rise in hospital admissions is a stark reminder the disease is now rife among older demographics, who are vulnerable to falling seriously unwell.     

A Public Health England report published on Thursday suggested the problem could accelerate in the coming weeks because infections among over-70s and over-80s, who are the most at-risk groups, are rising by a quarter a week. 

In the weekly national Influenza and Covid-19 surveillance report, PHE found the rate of infection per 100,000 in England for the 70-79 age group was 110, up from 88 the week before. While for people aged 80 and over it was 156.7, up from 125.6.

The NHS England data also reveals that of all the regions in England, the South East recorded the largest spikes in the number of patients admitted and the number of patients on ventilators, NHS England data reveals.

The region’s admissions jumped 53 per cent, from 276 patients to 423, while the number on ventilators surged 68 per cent, from 76 to 128.

The East of England – which has also so far escaped stricter curbs – recorded the second largest spike in hospital admissions, up 52 per cent from 209 to 318, and the third highest spike in ventilator use, up 37 per cent from 136 to 186.

The Midlands registered the third highest spike in hospital admissions, up 47 per cent from 919 to 1,347, and second highest in ventilator use, up 43 per cent from 640 to 912.

In the North West – where 9million people are under the harshest restrictions in England, hospital admissions rose by the lowest rate in England, at nine per cent.

But they still accounted for the largest number of admissions across the UK nation. NHS England data shows they rose from 1,649 to 1,796.

Considering Covid-19 patients on ventilators, figures showed they also had the highest number in England – at 1,309. 

This marked a 27 per cent rise – the fifth highest – from 1,029 recorded the week before.

In the North East, which has also been under stricter measures due to surging infections, hospitals struggled against the fourth highest rise in admissions, by 44 per cent, but had the lowest rise in the number of patients on ventilators, by two per cent.

Nonetheless, their total number of patients needing the machines is the third highest in England. 

NHS England figures show 1,739 patients were newly admitted to hospital with Covid-19, up from 1,209 the previous week. And the number of patients on ventilators rose to 790 from 771 the previous week. 

HOW BUSY IS YOUR HOSPITAL?
Apr-12 Oct-29
NHS TRUST TOTAL BEDS COVID BEDS % OCCUPANCY VENTILATORS COVID BEDS VENTILATORS % OF PEAK (BEDS) % OF BEDS (MV)
Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 415 67 16.14% 6 201 3 300.00% 50.00%
Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust 614 9 1.47% 0 21 0 233.33%
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 438 117 26.71% 22 196 18 167.52% 81.82%
Tees, Esk and Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust 541 3 0.55% 0 5 0 166.67%
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 263 63 23.95% 10 104 10 165.08% 100.00%
Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust 195 23 11.79% 6 33 2 143.48% 33.33%
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust 482 122 25.31% 25 170 23 139.34% 92.00%
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust 839 210 25.03% 58 289 21 137.62% 36.21%
Warrington and Halton Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 301 98 32.56% 27 128 19 130.61% 70.37%
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 969 346 35.71% 37 450 30 130.06% 81.08%
University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust 843 134 15.90% 64 171 17 127.61% 26.56%
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust 258 93 36.05% 16 116 8 124.73% 50.00%
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust 234 73 31.20% 18 91 8 124.66% 44.44%
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 356 88 24.72% 15 109 5 123.86% 33.33%
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 554 44 7.94% 42 54 7 122.73% 16.67%
Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust 182 6 3.30% 0 7 0 116.67%
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust 207 259 125.12% 27 290 21 111.97% 77.78%
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 76 230 302.63% 76 236 19 102.61% 25.00%
Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 287 53 18.47% 24 54 7 101.89% 29.17%
Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 354 18 5.08% 0 18 0 100.00%
University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust 476 76 15.97% 7 74 4 97.37% 57.14%
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 977 261 26.71% 36 249 18 95.40% 50.00%
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust 308 93 30.19% 26 86 4 92.47% 15.38%
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust 242 74 30.58% 14 68 7 91.89% 50.00%
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust 332 130 39.16% 11 115 5 88.46% 45.45%
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 447 132 29.53% 12 114 3 86.36% 25.00%
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust 484 165 34.09% 24 142 9 86.06% 37.50%
North East London NHS Foundation Trust 281 49 17.44% 0 41 0 83.67%
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust 815 171 20.98% 74 142 12 83.04% 16.22%
North Staffordshire Combined Healthcare NHS Trust 109 11 10.09% 0 9 0 81.82%
Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust 595 16 2.69% 0 13 0 81.25%
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust 374 117 31.28% 21 95 6 81.20% 28.57%
Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust 282 114 40.43% 14 92 8 80.70% 57.14%
St Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 454 153 33.70% 15 122 7 79.74% 46.67%
Norfolk Community Health and Care NHS Trust 178 16 8.99% 0 12 0 75.00%
Wye Valley NHS Trust 171 31 18.13% 7 23 1 74.19% 14.29%
Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust 143 15 10.49% 4 11 0 73.33% 0.00%
Southport and Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust 336 104 30.95% 15 76 8 73.08% 53.33%
South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust 519 200 38.54% 14 140 4 70.00% 28.57%
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust 794 225 28.34% 29 152 12 67.56% 41.38%
County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust 468 129 27.56% 23 87 9 67.44% 39.13%
Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust 101 136 134.65% 27 90 17 66.18% 62.96%
Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 270 65 24.07% 17 43 14 66.15% 82.35%
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust 435 72 16.55% 19 47 5 65.28% 26.32%
Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust 796 18 2.26% 0 11 0 61.11%
Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust 289 79 27.34% 28 46 0 58.23% 0.00%
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 397 128 32.24% 12 73 7 57.03% 58.33%
West London NHS Trust 419 32 7.64% 0 18 0 56.25%
Airedale NHS Foundation Trust 172 58 33.72% 7 32 2 55.17% 28.57%
Lancashire & South Cumbria NHS Foundation Trust 310 19 6.13% 0 10 0 52.63%
Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust 488 214 43.85% 32 112 13 52.34% 40.63%
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust 931 195 20.95% 59 102 9 52.31% 15.25%
The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 641 141 22.00% 72 73 11 51.77% 15.28%
East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust 828 123 14.86% 34 63 5 51.22% 14.71%
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 173 145 83.82% 34 74 10 51.03% 29.41%
Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 207 63 30.43% 18 32 0 50.79% 0.00%
University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust 361 81 22.44% 28 41 7 50.62% 25.00%
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 462 134 29.00% 19 67 9 50.00% 47.37%
Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust 153 6 3.92% 0 3 0 50.00%
Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust 471 414 87.90% 35 207 14 50.00% 40.00%
Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 307 120 39.09% 19 60 4 50.00% 21.05%
East Cheshire NHS Trust 190 57 30.00% 7 28 1 49.12% 14.29%
Leicestershire Partnership NHS Trust 355 31 8.73% 0 15 0 48.39%
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust 467 122 26.12% 15 58 5 47.54% 33.33%
Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust 249 19 7.63% 0 9 0 47.37%
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust 130 34 26.15% 6 16 2 47.06% 33.33%
Midlands Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 345 28 8.12% 0 13 0 46.43%
James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 214 74 34.58% 8 34 1 45.95% 12.50%
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 421 69 16.39% 24 31 2 44.93% 8.33%
Black Country Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 212 16 7.55% 0 7 0 43.75%
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust 330 54 16.36% 7 23 2 42.59% 28.57%
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 418 139 33.25% 17 59 1 42.45% 5.88%
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust 468 148 31.62% 30 61 5 41.22% 16.67%
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust 344 141 40.99% 25 58 4 41.13% 16.00%
Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust 312 77 24.68% 20 31 5 40.26% 25.00%
North Bristol NHS Trust 620 107 17.26% 17 43 0 40.19% 0.00%
Birmingham Women’s and Children’s NHS Foundation Trust 308 5 1.62% 32 2 0 40.00% 0.00%
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, NHS Foundation Trust 259 51 19.69% 11 20 0 39.22% 0.00%
Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust 367 180 49.05% 20 68 8 37.78% 40.00%
Birmingham Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 257 53 20.62% 0 20 0 37.74%
Lincolnshire Community Health Services NHS Trust 112 16 14.29% 0 6 0 37.50%
Somerset NHS Foundation Trust 444 32 7.21% 8 12 0 37.50% 0.00%
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust 257 43 16.73% 20 16 4 37.21% 20.00%
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust 404 89 22.03% 0 32 2 35.96%
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust 1731 694 40.09% 158 232 30 33.43% 18.99%
Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust 416 31 7.45% 0 10 0 32.26%
Medway NHS Foundation Trust 316 106 33.54% 24 34 4 32.08% 16.67%
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust 696 276 39.66% 36 88 3 31.88% 8.33%
Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust 829 374 45.11% 90 112 9 29.95% 10.00%
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 351 108 30.77% 21 31 1 28.70% 4.76%
Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 309 85 27.51% 10 24 6 28.24% 60.00%
North West Anglia NHS Foundation Trust 482 78 16.18% 26 22 3 28.21% 11.54%
Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 273 64 23.44% 17 18 1 28.13% 5.88%
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust 328 129 39.33% 22 36 2 27.91% 9.09%
Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust 489 104 21.27% 9 29 2 27.88% 22.22%
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust 518 128 24.71% 25 34 6 26.56% 24.00%
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust 350 68 19.43% 20 18 2 26.47% 10.00%
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust 491 142 28.92% 26 37 0 26.06% 0.00%
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 277 102 36.82% 10 26 4 25.49% 40.00%
Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 684 180 26.32% 38 45 8 25.00% 21.05%
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust 201 36 17.91% 10 9 1 25.00% 10.00%
Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 317 8 2.52% 0 2 0 25.00%
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 555 77 13.87% 12 19 1 24.68% 8.33%
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust 388 65 16.75% 24 16 2 24.62% 8.33%
Dorset Healthcare University NHS Foundation Trust 277 29 10.47% 24 7 0 24.14% 0.00%
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 457 243 53.17% 45 58 4 23.87% 8.89%
Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust 614 130 21.17% 26 31 4 23.85% 15.38%
Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 191 17 8.90% 8 4 1 23.53% 12.50%
Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 285 114 40.00% 26 26 1 22.81% 3.85%
Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust 525 107 20.38% 13 24 1 22.43% 7.69%
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust 418 226 54.07% 27 50 3 22.12% 11.11%
Whittington Health NHS Trust 184 83 45.11% 18 18 2 21.69% 11.11%
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust 718 166 23.12% 66 36 1 21.69% 1.52%
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 578 125 21.63% 54 25 0 20.00% 0.00%
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust 693 142 20.49% 29 28 9 19.72% 31.03%
Worcestershire Health and Care NHS Trust 224 37 16.52% 0 7 0 18.92%
The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust 401 228 56.86% 31 42 2 18.42% 6.45%
Cheshire and Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 218 11 5.05% 0 2 0 18.18%
East London NHS Foundation Trust 665 73 10.98% 0 13 0 17.81%
North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust 350 152 43.43% 12 26 3 17.11% 25.00%
Barts Health NHS Trust 1196 559 46.74% 162 95 21 16.99% 12.96%
Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 196 48 24.49% 0 8 0 16.67%
Cumbria, Northumberland, Tyne and Wear NHS Foundation Trust 634 43 6.78% 0 7 0 16.28%
London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust 771 357 46.30% 41 58 6 16.25% 14.63%
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 223 101 45.29% 24 16 2 15.84% 8.33%
Avon and Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust 346 19 5.49% 0 3 0 15.79%
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust 130 334 256.92% 128 52 12 15.57% 9.38%
The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust 273 109 39.93% 25 16 4 14.68% 16.00%
Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 177 66 37.29% 10 9 0 13.64% 0.00%
Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust 161 44 27.33% 0 6 0 13.64%
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust 313 75 23.96% 3 10 1 13.33% 33.33%
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust 351 128 36.47% 26 17 0 13.28% 0.00%
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust 184 38 20.65% 16 5 3 13.16% 18.75%
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust 233 32 13.73% 0 4 3 12.50%
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust 764 286 37.43% 52 34 6 11.89% 11.54%
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 469 219 46.70% 97 26 6 11.87% 6.19%
Essex Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust 445 34 7.64% 0 4 0 11.76%
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust 216 69 31.94% 5 8 2 11.59% 40.00%
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust 603 37 6.14% 0 4 0 10.81%
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 154 509 330.52% 136 54 5 10.61% 3.68%
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust 352 153 43.47% 17 16 0 10.46% 0.00%
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 367 160 43.60% 70 16 5 10.00% 7.14%
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 525 122 23.24% 57 12 1 9.84% 1.75%
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust 743 410 55.18% 89 39 9 9.51% 10.11%
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 262 148 56.49% 34 14 0 9.46% 0.00%
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust 191 85 44.50% 24 8 2 9.41% 8.33%
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust 699 303 43.35% 119 26 10 8.58% 8.40%
Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust 157 96 61.15% 81 8 6 8.33% 7.41%
Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 155 49 31.61% 68 4 4 8.16% 5.88%
Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust 457 49 10.72% 0 4 0 8.16%
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 501 77 15.37% 25 6 1 7.79% 4.00%
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust 508 143 28.15% 42 11 1 7.69% 2.38%
Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 148 14 9.46% 9 1 1 7.14% 11.11%
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust 316 86 27.22% 24 6 1 6.98% 4.17%
Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust 312 16 5.13% 0 1 0 6.25%
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 193 90 46.63% 19 5 1 5.56% 5.26%
Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust 323 22 6.81% 0 1 0 4.55%
Sussex Community NHS Foundation Trust 250 47 18.80% 0 2 0 4.26%
North West Boroughs Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 190 25 13.16% 0 1 0 4.00%
Cambridgeshire and Peterborough NHS Foundation Trust 162 7 4.32% 0 0 0 0.00%
Hertfordshire Partnership University NHS Foundation Trust 362 14 3.87% 0 0 0 0.00%
The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust 116 10 8.62% 6 0 0 0.00% 0.00%
South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust 267 9 3.37% 0 0 0 0.00%
Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust 490 19 3.88% 0 0 0 0.00%
Camden and Islington NHS Foundation Trust 136 20 14.71% 0 0 0 0.00%
Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 249 14 5.62% 0 0 0 0.00%
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 161 2 1.24% 0 0 0 0.00%
Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 158 9 5.70% 0 0 0 0.00%
Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust 153 12 7.84% 0 0 0 0.00%
Sheffield Health & Social Care NHS Foundation Trust 180 5 2.78% 0 0 0 0.00%
Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust 400 55 13.75% 0 0 0 0.00%
Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust 353 12 3.40% 0 0 0 0.00%
Kent Community Health NHS Foundation Trust 303 38 12.54% 0 0 0 0.00%
Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 252 50 19.84% 6 0 0 0.00% 0.00%
Gloucestershire Health and Care NHS Foundation Trust 230 78 33.91% 0 0 0 0.00%
Devon Partnership NHS Trust 225 1 0.44% 0 0 0 0.00%
South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust 385 0 0.00% 0 9 0
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