FINANCE: New figures reveal the central London tertiary centre saw its specialist top-up funding from from NHS London fall to £9m in 2011-12.
NHS London handed out £40m to nine London specialist providers in 2011-12, compared to £50m in 2010-11.
The money is intended ot mitigate the losses the trusts faced from a loss of research and development funding.
|University College London Hospitals Foundation Trust||£9m|
|Guy’s and St Thomas’s Foundation Trust||£6m|
|King’s College Hospital Foundation Trust||£1m|
|Royal Brompton & Harefield Foundation Trust||£6.7m|
|Imperial College Healthcare Trust||£6m|
|Barts Health Trust||£8.1m|
|St George’s Healthcare Trust||£1m|
|Royal Free Hampstead Foundation Trust||£1m|
|North West London Hospitals Trust||£1m|
Information released by NHS London