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The NHS crisis was today laid bare by a MailOnline analysis which revealed almost 60 per cent of patients needing routine surgery at England’s busiest trust have been waiting at least 18 weeks. 

Meanwhile, fewer than half of patients attending the country’s worst-performing A&E can expect to be seen and sent home within four hours. 

We have crunched the damning performance statistics together into a handy searchable tool, allowing you to see exactly how your hospital is faring in tackling the Covid-fuelled pressures.

Waiting lists for elective procedures such as hip and knee replacements and cataract surgery have soared during the pandemic, hitting a record of almost 6.2million in February. 

This included just under 300,000 who were stuck in the queue for over a year.

The most up-to-date statistics also show that A&E performance plummeted to its worst ever level in March — with 22,506 patients left waiting 12 hours to be treated.

Ambulance response times have also drastically deteriorated, forcing heart attack and stroke patients to routinely wait over an hour for paramedics to arrive.

In response to yesterday’s shock figures, health leaders suggested even more money was needed to restore care to pre-pandemic levels. 

Their demands came on the same day millions of workers saw the £12billion a year health and social care levy deducted from their pay for the first time. 

NHS England’s most up-to-date monthly performance figures show University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust had the worst waiting times in February, with just 41.3 per cent of  patients waiting less than 18 weeks. Under the NHS’s own rulebook, all patients have the right to start treatment within that timeframe. University Hospitals Birmingham was followed by the Countess of Chester Foundation Trust (42.3 per cent), Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust (45.3 per cent), Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust (46.1 per cent) and University Hospitals Leicester Foundation Trust (47.4 per cent)

NHS England statistics laying bare the pressures being felt in A&E show fewer than half of patients were admitted, transferred or discharged within four hours in March at the worst-performing trust. North West Anglia Foundation Trust (49.7 per cent) was followed by the East Cheshire Trust (55.2 per cent) and Mid Cheshire Hospitals Foundation Trust (56.2 per cent)

NHS England statistics laying bare the pressures being felt in A&E show fewer than half of patients were admitted, transferred or discharged within four hours in March at the worst-performing trust. North West Anglia Foundation Trust (49.7 per cent) was followed by the East Cheshire Trust (55.2 per cent) and Mid Cheshire Hospitals Foundation Trust (56.2 per cent) 

Retired seamstress, 87, waits 31 HOURS on trolley in A&E as delays reach new high amid Covid-fuelled NHS crisis 

An 87-year-old retired seamstress was forced to spend 31 hours waiting in a hospital trolley at A&E.

Jean Shepherd, from Nottingham, had to endure a nine-hour delay for an ambulance to take her to casualty in February.

And even once she arrived at hospital, she was forced to wait for nearly a day-and-a-half in a trolley between the emergency department and a secondary care unit.

Her son, Andy Shepherd, told the BBC that the incident had left Mrs Shepherd ‘very distressed’.

He said: ‘Since the stroke, because of her cognitive ability, she doesn’t understand what’s happening around her.

‘I appreciate that A&E departments have always been busy, but I just wasn’t prepared for what greeted me at the hospital.

‘There were patients on ambulance trolleys literally everywhere and the staff were absolutely rushed off their feet. I remember thinking at the time that this is not sustainable.’

Nottingham University Hospitals Trust said it was dealing with ‘unprecedented’ demand and apologised for Mrs Shepherd’s delay, but said it provided ‘expert care’.

NHS England’s most up-to-date monthly performance figures show University Hospitals Birmingham Foundation Trust had the worst waiting times in February.

Just 41.3 per cent of the 156,000-plus patients stuck on its list were waiting less than 18 weeks. Under the NHS’s own rulebook, all patients have the right to start treatment within that timeframe.

For comparison, the figure was twice as high (86.6 per cent) at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. 

University Hospitals Birmingham was followed by the Countess of Chester Foundation Trust (42.3 per cent), Buckinghamshire Healthcare Trust (45.3 per cent), Worcestershire Acute Hospitals Trust (46.1 per cent) and University Hospitals Leicester Foundation Trust (47.4 per cent). 

The record 6.18million people in the backlog across England is 46 per cent higher than the 4.2million stuck in the queue in March 2020, before the pandemic wreaked havoc across the country.

Elective care was effectively frozen for months at the start of the crisis. 

A total of 299,478 have now been waiting over a year, down four per cent compared to January. There were a further 23,281 patients left waiting more than two years, down two per cent on the month earlier.

Ministers announced an elective recovery plan earlier this year, setting out how waiting lists will finally start to fall from March 2024, while two-year waits would be scrapped by the summer. 

Health chiefs will pay for patients stuck on the longest waiting lists to be sent to less busy hospitals or even private facilities in other parts of the country under Sajid Javid’s radical new plans. 

But experts yesterday warned ‘it is hard to imagine an end in sight, with lengthy waits for healthcare firmly here to stay’. 

Leaked Government forecasts suggest the dire situation will only get worse, with waiting lists set to keep growing for the next two years to 10.7million, or one in five people in England.  

Statistics laying bare the pressures being felt in A&E show fewer than half of patients were admitted, transferred or discharged within four hours in March at the worst-performing trust.

The graph shows the NHS England waiting list for routine surgery, such as hip and knee operations (red line), hit a record high 6.18million in February. The figure is 46 per cent higher than pre-pandemic levels and 1.3 per cent more than in January. Official figures also revealed that the number of patients forced to wait more than two years (yellow bars) stood at 23,281 in February, which is 497 patients (two per cent) less than one month earlier

The graph shows the NHS England waiting list for routine surgery, such as hip and knee operations (red line), hit a record high 6.18million in February. The figure is 46 per cent higher than pre-pandemic levels and 1.3 per cent more than in January. Official figures also revealed that the number of patients forced to wait more than two years (yellow bars) stood at 23,281 in February, which is 497 patients (two per cent) less than one month earlier

NHS England data shows medics took an average of one hour, one minute and three seconds last month to respond to emergency calls, such as heart attacks, strokes, burns and epilepsy, in March. The figure is up from 42 minutes and seven seconds in February and is the longest time on record (red bars). It is also more than triple the NHS target of 18 minutes

NHS England data shows medics took an average of one hour, one minute and three seconds last month to respond to emergency calls, such as heart attacks, strokes, burns and epilepsy, in March. The figure is up from 42 minutes and seven seconds in February and is the longest time on record (red bars). It is also more than triple the NHS target of 18 minutes

NHS data shows a record 22,506 people had to wait more than 12 hours in March from a decision to admit to actually being admitted (yellow bars). The number is up from 16,404 in February, signalling a 37 per cent month-on-month jump, and is the highest since records began in August 2010. And just 71.6 per cent of patients in England were seen within four hours at A&Es last month, the lowest percentage in records going back to November 2010 (red line)

NHS data shows a record 22,506 people had to wait more than 12 hours in March from a decision to admit to actually being admitted (yellow bars). The number is up from 16,404 in February, signalling a 37 per cent month-on-month jump, and is the highest since records began in August 2010. And just 71.6 per cent of patients in England were seen within four hours at A&Es last month, the lowest percentage in records going back to November 2010 (red line)

NHS waiting list hits ANOTHER high amid Covid-fuelled crisis: Now 6.18MILLION patients are waiting for routine ops

The number of patients waiting for routine hospital treatment in England has soared to a new record of 6.18million, as ambulance and emergency department waits also reach all-time highs.  

NHS data shows one in nine people were in the queue, often in pain, for elective operations such as hip and knee replacements and cataracts surgery by February — up from 6.1million in January. 

Separate data shows A&E performance plummeted to its worst ever level in March, with a record 22,506 people waiting 12 hours to be treated, three times longer than the NHS target. Just seven in 10 patients in casualty units were seen within the four-hour threshold, marking the worst performance yet.  

Ambulance figures reveal heart attack and stroke patients were left waiting for more than an hour for paramedics to arrive on average — another record.

Health bosses argue the NHS has faced its busiest ever winter and a slight drop among the longest waiters show it is tackling the backlog.  

NHS leaders said the health service needs more cash to fill its 110,000 vacancies and ongoing problems in social care, despite receiving a record £136.1 billion this year to help it recover from Covid. 

North West Anglia Foundation Trust (49.7 per cent) was followed by the East Cheshire Trust (55.2 per cent) and Mid Cheshire Hospitals Foundation Trust (56.2 per cent).

At the other end of the scale, the figure was as high as 90 per cent at Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. 

Just 71.6 per cent of patients in England were seen within four hours at A&Es last month, the lowest percentage in records going back to 2010. 

NHS standards say 95 per cent of patients attending casualty units should be admitted, transferred or discharged within four hours — but this has not been met nationally since 2015. 

A record 22,506 people had to wait at least 12 hours in March from a decision to admit to actually being admitted.

The number is up from 16,404 in February — a 37 per cent month-on-month jump. That is also the highest number since records began.

MailOnline’s analysis of the NHS performance data excluded specialist trusts, including organisations dedicated to treating children and women. Not every trust published statistics for both A&E and general waiting lists because of reporting issues.

Pressures on the health services is also seen in the ambulance service’s plummeting response times. 

Paramedics took an average of one hour, one minute and three seconds last month to respond to category two emergency calls, such as heart attacks, strokes, burns and epilepsy.

This is up from 42 minutes and seven seconds in February and is the longest time on record for category two 999 call-outs.

Response times to category one calls, which include cardiac arrests, jumped to nine minutes and 35 seconds — also the worst since records began in 2017.

Health chiefs have blamed the recent crisis on a ‘perfect storm’ of factors, including an uptick of Covid patients and virus-related absences, as well as problems in social care. 

The resurgence of the virus, which saw infection rates hit all-time highs at the start of the month, saw 30,000 staff call in sick per day in early April. 

It also left hospitals with less capacity because infected patients were taking up crucial beds needed to tackle the backlog.

Surgeons warned they were having to cancel ops in England because of the uptick in cases, which coincided with England’s decision to ditch remaining Covid rules as part of Boris Johnson’s ‘living with Covid’ plan. 

The Office for National Statistics' (ONS) weekly surveillance report estimates 3.7million people in England were carrying the virus on any given day in the week ending April 9

The Office for National Statistics’ (ONS) weekly surveillance report estimates 3.7million people in England were carrying the virus on any given day in the week ending April 9

Health leaders have warned this Easter will be ‘as bad as any winter’ and called for the Government to bring back messaging to wear masks in crowded places and place limits on indoor gatherings. 

Some scientists also repeated their calls for the Government to take a tougher stance, in an attempt to reduce the spread of the virus. 

But cases have now peaked, according to the country’s most respected testing survey. And NHS data shows Covid admissions and in-patient levels are already coming down, while half of infected patients are not primarily unwell with the virus. 

Matthew Taylor, chief executive of the NHS Confederation, which represents healthcare organisations, said the NHS is putting the additional investment from the national insurance levy — which came into effect last week — to good use.

But he added: ‘Health leaders still feel the NHS is a very long way from a sustainable and resilient system that is able to meet and manage overall demand from patients for healthcare.’

Chris Hopson, chief executive of NHS Providers, which represents trusts, argued problems were being fuelled by 20,000 medically-fit patients who cannot be discharged due to pressures on social care.

He said a decade-long ‘financial squeeze’ has also meant the NHS was unable to grow capacity to meet demand and cited 110,000 vacancies within the service. ‘Until these fault lines are properly addressed, the NHS is going to remain under real pressure,’ he added.

REVEALED: The full statistics 
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 Foundation Trust 60.7 14 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 58,476 17,737 8,925 49.7%
East Cheshire NHS Trust 63.8 12 WEEKS 43 WEEKS 8,496 4,707 2,108 55.2%
Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 60.5 14 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 30,532 9,863 4,322 56.2%
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn, NHS Foundation Trust 62.2 13 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 19,428 7,140 3,052 57.3%
Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust 54.7 16 WEEKS 52 WEEKS 35,459 7,974 3,316 58.4%
West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust 64 13 WEEKS 38 WEEKS 40,188 15,533 6,399 58.8%
Wye Valley NHS Trust 63.5 13 WEEKS 46 WEEKS 18,211 6,062 2,450 59.6%
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust 65 12 WEEKS 44 WEEKS 31,635 12,432 4,992 59.8%
University Hospitals Sussex NHS Foundation Trust 55.6 16 WEEKS 48 WEEKS 102,771 33,944 13,546 60.1%
University Hospitals Of North Midlands NHS Trust 55.6 16 WEEKS 47 WEEKS 73,832 22,079 8,779 60.2%
Northern Care Alliance NHS Foundation Trust 53.3 17 WEEKS 46 WEEKS 134,981 32,860 12,856 60.9%
North Bristol NHS Trust 65.2 12 WEEKS 47 WEEKS 38,498 10,661 4,131 61.3%
Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust N/A 11 WEEKS N/A 23,836 5,671 2,152 62.1%
Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 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 University NHS Foundation Trust 50.5 18 WEEKS 54 WEEKS 157,284 44,351 16,630 62.5%
Stockport NHS Foundation Trust 52 17 WEEKS 56 WEEKS 38,851 10,351 3,830 63.0%
Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 63.8 13 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 47,734 12,199 4,492 63.2%
Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS Foundation Trust 63 13 WEEKS 44 WEEKS 31,664 9,667 3,543 63.3%
James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 62.3 13 WEEKS 46 WEEKS 16,421 7,368 2,677 63.7%
Barking, Havering And Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust 63.8 13 WEEKS 37 WEEKS 56,129 28,713 10,413 63.7%
Tameside And Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust 61.9 13 WEEKS 42 WEEKS 18,776 10,760 3,859 64.1%
Airedale NHS Foundation Trust 71.8 10 WEEKS 39 WEEKS 10,307 6,817 2,410 64.6%
University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust 41.3 23 WEEKS 71 WEEKS 156,610 49,081 17,341 64.7%
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 85 7 WEEKS 25 WEEKS 14,922 9,021 3,176 64.8%
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust 70.7 10 WEEKS 34 WEEKS 31,067 14,452 5,070 64.9%
Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust N/A 10 WEEKS N/A 26,268 12,033 4,218 64.9%
Worcestershire Acute Hospitals NHS Trust 46.1 20 WEEKS 58 WEEKS 55,857 17,472 6,084 65.2%
Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 57.4 15 WEEKS 53 WEEKS 64,158 19,521 6,717 65.6%
Dorset County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 56.8 15 WEEKS 57 WEEKS 17,117 5,654 1,929 65.9%
Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust 51 18 WEEKS 50 WEEKS 93,945 27,659 9,300 66.4%
Norfolk And Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 50.7 18 WEEKS 66 WEEKS 76,316 18,953 6,332 66.6%
University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust  60 14 WEEKS 46 WEEKS 90,328 34,516 11,421 66.9%
The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust 50.3 18 WEEKS 52 WEEKS 27,444 12,617 4,171 66.9%
University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust 47.4 19 WEEKS 64 WEEKS 113,365 34,088 11,171 67.2%
Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 71.9 11 WEEKS 36 WEEKS 56,398 16,648 5,324 68.0%
North Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust 80.2 10 WEEKS 26 WEEKS 16,927 17,927 5,706 68.2%
Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 76 9 WEEKS 33 WEEKS 56,971 17,707 5,595 68.4%
North Cumbria Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust 61.2 13 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 31,423 10,543 3,328 68.4%
South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust 78.8 9 WEEKS 29 WEEKS 23,958 7,333 2,314 68.4%
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust 67.9 11 WEEKS 38 WEEKS 79,417 29,996 9,354 68.8%
Mid and South Essex NHS Foundation Trust 59.8 14 WEEKS 42 WEEKS 130,968 35,105 10,942 68.8%
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust N/A 10 WEEKS N/A 36,929 17,940 5,505 69.3%
Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust 45.3 20 WEEKS 63 WEEKS 36,234 13,063 3,955 69.7%
University Hospitals Coventry And Warwickshire NHS Trust N/A 15 WEEKS N/A 57,108 20,727 6,215 70.0%
Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust 58.8 14 WEEKS 43 WEEKS 39,540 14,165 4,241 70.1%
Doncaster And Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 67.3 11 WEEKS 39 WEEKS 42,322 17,185 5,091 70.4%
University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation Trust N/A 14 WEEKS N/A 54,305 21,891 6,468 70.5%
King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 74.1 11 WEEKS 32 WEEKS 74,700 35,930 10,586 70.5%
East and North Hertfordshire NHS Trust 56.1 15 WEEKS 49 WEEKS 47,067 19,138 5,576 70.9%
Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust 57.9 15 WEEKS 51 WEEKS 18,091 4,625 1,343 71.0%
Royal Surrey County Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 69.3 11 WEEKS 38 WEEKS 27,274 7,799 2,264 71.0%
University Hospitals Of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust 69.5 10 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 25,680 11,410 3,296 71.1%
York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 61 14 WEEKS 45 WEEKS 37,473 18,667 5,319 71.5%
United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust 52.2 17 WEEKS 48 WEEKS 63,675 24,251 6,860 71.7%
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 64.7 13 WEKS 40 WEEKS 41,910 16,156 4,559 71.8%
Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 73.4 10 WEEKS 34 WEEKS 66,220 19,225 5,416 71.8%
The Hillingdon Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 53.5 17 WEEKS 47 WEEKS 24,875 12,891 3,623 71.9%
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 72.1 10 WEEKS 34 WEEKS 48,532 13,299 3,724 72.0%
Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 54.3 16 WEEKS 52 WEEKS 73,408 31,783 8,888 72.0%
Barts Health NHS Trust N/A 15 WEEKS N/A 102,461 46,062 12,850 72.1%
Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust 49.7 18 WEEKS 55 WEEKS 63,691 13,973 3,825 72.6%
St Helens And Knowsley Hospital Services NHS Trust 68.6 11 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 30,866 21,209 5,746 72.9%
Warrington And Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 67 12 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 23,588 13,408 3,606 73.1%
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust 63.5 13 WEEKS 39 WEEKS 60,770 28,426 7,611 73.2%
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust 66.5 12 WEEKS 34 WEEKS 38,381 14,680 3,888 73.5%
London North West Healthcare NHS Trust 69.2 12 WEEKS 33 WEEKS 56,156 31,135 8,231 73.6%
Wirral University Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 65.9 12 WEEKS 38 WEEKS 29,445 17,201 4,484 73.9%
University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 68.1 12 WEEKS 37 WEEKS 56,649 15,033 3,919 73.9%
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 68.2 12 WEEKS 38 WEEKS 33,918 12,530 3,254 74.0%
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 48.7 19 WEEKS 64 WEEKS 56,706 15,457 4,008 74.1%
East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust  65.5 12 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 66,104 24,006 6,174 74.3%
East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust 59.5 14 WEEKS 47 WEEKS 65,115 29,261 7,479 74.4%
Whittington Health NHS Trust 73.4 10 WEEKS 32 WEEKS 19,418 11,195 2,795 75.0%
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust 66 13 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 18,022 6,114 1,516 75.2%
Isle of Wight NHS Trust 64.3 13 WEEKS 42 WEEKS 10,818 5,328 1,305 75.5%
Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust 63.3 13 WEEKS 39 WEEKS 29,018 12,170 2,942 75.8%
Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 77.8 9 WEEKS 29 WEEKS 29,489 17,145 4,125 75.9%
County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust 72.5 9 WEEKS 37 WEEKS 33,302 20,864 4,962 76.2%
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust N/A 15 WEEKS N/A 32,878 16,871 4,001 76.3%
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust 83.6 8 WEEKS 25 WEEKS 26,007 17,924 4,227 76.4%
Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 59 15 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 28,764 10,841 2,547 76.5%
Medway NHS Foundation Trust 61.6 14 WEEKS 37 WEEKS 29,447 19,444 4,565 76.5%
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust 72.9 10 WEEKS 35 WEEKS 33,026 16,186 3,773 76.7%
Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust 56.6 15 WEEKS 50 WEEKS 48,047 16,697 3,885 76.7%
Guy’s And St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust 68.1 12 WEEKS 35 WEEKS 91,016 18,735 4,355 76.8%
Somerset NHS Foundation Trust N/A 14 WEEKS N/A 32,711 15,150 3,513 76.8%
South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust 82.4 7 WEEKS 24 WEEKS 45,914 20,856 4,817 76.9%
Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 70.1 11 WEEKS 37 WEEKS 24,251 19,467 4,477 77.0%
Epsom And St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust 76.4 10 WEEKS 29 WEEKS 41,441 15,095 3,470 77.0%
George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust 67.8 12 WEEKS 36 WEEKS 13,296 8,206 1,880 77.1%
Gateshead Health NHS Foundation Trust 75.5 9 WEEKS 31 WEEKS 10,523 9,153 2,082 77.3%
Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 65.6 12 WEEKS 47 WEEKS 11,268 5,247 1,171 77.7%
Southport And Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust 79.1 7 WEEKS 31 WEEKS 11,813 12,372 2,713 78.1%
Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust 66.5 11 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 36,903 14,655 3,195 78.2%
Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust 68.8 11 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 22,853 14,642 3,103 78.8%
The Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust 64.4 12 WEEKS 38 WEEKS 57,603 21,049 4,444 78.9%
University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust 67.4 11 WEEKS 41 WEEKS 45,848 20,599 4,333 79.0%
Sandwell And West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust 65.3 12 WEEKS 39 WEEKS 56,481 31,216 6,502 79.2%
Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 71.9 10 WEEKS 34 WEEKS 38,777 15,337 3,035 80.2%
Milton Keynes University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust N/A 16 WEEKS N/A 32,498 14,293 2,782 80.5%
The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 70 11 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 97,260 21,411 3,817 82.2%
Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust 71 11 WEEKS 30 WEEKS 37,775 20,513 3,552 82.7%
Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 76.9 9 WEEKS 29 WEEKS 23,724 10,745 1,735 83.9%
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust N/A 12 WEEKS N/A 34,487 20,485 3,139 84.7%
Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 63.6 13 WEEKS 44 WEEKS 20,713 12,849 1,707 86.7%
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 80.4 10 WEEKS 25 WEEKS 26,447 12,151 1,275 89.5%
Northumbria Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust 86.6 9 WEEKS 23 WEEKS 29,812 19,076 1,907 90.0%
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust 60.2 14 WEEKS 50 WEEKS 40,947 11,737
University Hospitals Dorset NHS Foundation Trust 60.4 14 WEEKS 44 WEEKS 54,587 15,931
Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 61 13 WEEKS 46 WEEKS 52,561 16,181
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust 63.4 13 WEEKS 46 WEEKS 61,468 18,672
Bedfordshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust 63.7 13 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 71,929 22,631
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust 64.5 13 WEEKS 38 WEEKS 80,485 23,266
Portsmouth Hospitals University NHS Trust 64.8 12 WEEKS 37 WEEKS 45,543 13,029
West Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust 64.8 12 WEEKS 51 WEEKS 25,454 7,507
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust 64.9 12 WEEKS 40 WEEKS 53,873 21,879
Chelsea And Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 67.8 13 WEEKS 34 WEEKS 48,784 30,214
Kettering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust 71.3 11 WEEKS 30 WEEKS 23,474 9,239
Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust 72.2 10 WEEKS 34 WEEKS 40,211 23,913
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust 76.2 10 WEEKS 29 WEEKS 22,484 8,070
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust 83.6 7 WEEKS 25 WEEKS 17,144 14,663

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