The NHS Trusts in England which pay the most compensation was recently published in The Telegraph.

The figures are based upon the amount of compensation paid over a five year period, from 2009/10 to 2013/14.

The top 10 are as follows:

  1. Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals, paying £79.0m from 463 claims
  2. The Leeds Teaching Hospitals, paying £78.3m from 589 claims
  3. Oxford University Hospitals, paying £75.4m from 341 claims
  4. Nottingham University Hospitals, paying £71.6m from 466 claims
  5. Barts and The London, paying £62.8m from 440 claims
  6. King’s College Hospital, paying £61.9m from 299 claims
  7. University Hospitals of Leicester, paying £61.8m from 496 claims
  8. Imperial College Healthcare, paying £60.5m from 387 claims
  9. Pennine Acute Hospitals, paying £60.2m from 649 claims
  10. Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells, paying £57.3m from 281 claims


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