Great Ormond Street Hospital For Children NHS Foundation Trust

Ben clover expert briefing

London Eye: The People's Borough turns down the Rose Red Empire

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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Private patient unit income hits £360m in London

London trusts increased their income from private patient units by 8.1 per cent year on year, with earnings hitting £360m in 2016, new analysis reveals.

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Former chief executive to chair troubled trust

A former chief executive of Imperial College Healthcare Trust has been appointed as chair at one of the country’s most troubled trusts.


Hospitals to return charity donations after sexism controversy

Two London teaching hospitals have said they will return donations from a charity event at the centre of a sexism row.


Trust seeks £15m for naming rights of new building

A specialist hospital is looking for £15m for the naming rights of a new treatment and research centre.

Peterborough City Hospital, Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS FT

Analysis by trust: Large majority provide less consultant access at weekends

The majority of trusts continue to provide patients with less access to consultants at the weekend compared to a weekday, new data reveals.

David Sloman

David Sloman: STPs are refocusing attention on population health

We have to move away from hospitals being the symbol of the NHS to a world where empowering people to look after their own health is our primary function, writes Sir David Sloman

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Exclusive: Trust pursuing foreign government in court over unpaid debt

Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children Foundation Trust is taking legal action against the Libyan government over unpaid debt, HSJ can reveal.

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Leaders of major hospital worried over £30m owed by private patients

One of the world’s most famous hospitals is owed more than £30m by international private patients, HSJ can reveal.


Controversial heart surgery closure plans could be ready in weeks

Controversial recommendations over the national reconfiguration of congenital heart disease services could be submitted to NHS England in three weeks, ending years of uncertainty.

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NHS England accused of using 'misleading' data for heart surgery closures

NHS England has been accused of lacking transparency and using “inaccurate or misleading” data in its planning for the potential closure of three heart surgery units.

Great Ormond Street

Private income up £20m at London specialist trusts

The capital’s specialist trusts have seen significant increases in their private income over the past year.

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

Trust's private unit ranked lowest for patient satisfaction

A prestigious London foundation trust has the lowest rating for patient satisfaction, new data on private healthcare reveals.

Ben clover expert briefing

London Eye: Naylor's gold part 2

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

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Hospital trust tops sickness absence table for fourth year in a row

A hospital trust has topped the staff sickness absence rate table for the fourth year in a row, HSJ analysis reveals.

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Top cardiac surgeon set to leave under-threat children’s heart unit

A trust whose children’s heart unit faces closure looks set to lose its clinical lead for paediatric cardiac surgery.

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Elective waits improve in January

The English waiting list and waiting times fell in January in better-than-expected figures. However the NHS remains in serious breach of the 18 week standard, and on recent trends things are still expected to get worse.

Ben clover expert briefing

London Eye: Missing data causes harm to patients in south London

Essential insight into England’s biggest health economy, by Ben Clover

Great Ormond Street

Top trust chooses Epic for £50m patient records contract

One of the most high profile trusts in the country has named Epic as its preferred electronic patient record supplier, in a deal worth up to £50m.

Claire hogg

Roundtable: Jumping the hurdles to better care in rare diseases

An HSJ roundtable sponsored by Shire brought together experts to ask whether the NHS was taking advantage of all the factors that could improve outcomes for patients with rare diseases. By Alison Moore