King’s College NHS remains one of the trusts hardest hit by the COVID-19 outbreak as it records the fourth highest death toll in England.
As of 5pm on Thursday 296 patients had died from the disease in its hospitals.
From March 24 onwards deaths were being recorded every single day, and had risen sharply in number.
The heaviest loss so far came on March 30, with 23 patients passing away that day.
In total, 115 have died at Guy’s and St Thomas’ and two patient deaths were recorded by South London and the Maudsley Trust.
Up until 5pm Thursday (April 16) the trusts with the highest recorded deaths are as follows:
- University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust -546
- London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust -364
- Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust -358
- King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust -296
- Barts Health NHS Trust -290
- Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust -252
- University Hospital Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust -242
- Sandwell and West Birmingham NHS Trust -231
- Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust -205
- Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust – 202