Jimmy Savile frequently used his links to the hospitals he raised funds for to abuse young girls, according to fresh allegations.
One woman has told ITV News the former Jim'll Fix It Star took her to a room at Stoke Mandeville Hospital.
A nurse at the hospital has also claimed Savile was given too much freedom.
ITV News' UK Editor, Lucy Manning, reports on his abuse of power.
Earlier today, a former porter at Leeds General Infirmary claimed Savile regularly took teenage girls to a private hospital block alone in the early hours of the morning before leaving at dawn.
Terry Pratt told the BBC, the late DJ - who was a volunteer and fundraiser for the hospital - was regularly handed a key to the nurses' accommodation building during the late 1980s, accompanied by different girls who seemed "star-stuck" and were "not streetwise".
But Mr Pratt's claims have been disputed by the hospital, a spokesman for Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust said: