The judge said the scam would have been catastrophic for the Royal Marden's patients.
She was found by an off-duty police officer slumped in a doorway in Uxbridge Road, Hanwell on Sunday evening.
Black and Asian patients here are forced to wait a year longer on average because of the low proportion of donors from similar backgrounds.
Protesters are expected to gather ahead of a meeting at Hammersmith Hospital, where it is expected that plans to close the A&E will be rubberstamped.
Other proposals expected to be given the final go-ahead include plans to close Central Middlesex A&E and demolish Charing Cross Hospital.
– London Ambulance Service
We were called at 5.31pm to Uxbridge Road.
From the information received, it was established that the patient was conscious, but unfortunately because we were very busy we were not able to send an ambulance immediately.
We did dispatch crews at two different times, but they were then redirected to other patients who were reported to be more seriously ill or injured.
We arrived at the scene just before 8.30pm and the patient was taken to hospital.
The woman's condition is unknown.
At one point the woman was being looked after by six police officers who covered her with a foil blanket. The nearest hospital, Ealing, where the Accident & Emergency Department faces closure, is just 200m away
A woman who collapsed in a street in west London waited more than three hours for an ambulance. She was found by an off-duty police officer slumped in a doorway in Uxbridge Road, Hanwell at 5.15pm on Sunday evening.
The officer alerted colleagues who called for an ambulance. It finally arrived at 8.30pm.
A pioneering technique to detect genetic disorders in embryos has been used successfully for the first time in Europe at a London clinic.
The Centre for Reproductive and Genetic Health has produced a pregnancy using the ground-breaking technique of Karyomapping for pre-implantation genetic diagnosis.
Karyomapping checks for defects in embryos prior to IVF treatment, ensuring only healthy ones are implanted.
The breakthrough gives people who carry a genetic disorder the option to protect their future children from the condition.
London is to be home to the world's biggest "centre of excellence" for people born with heart problems after health officials gave the go-ahead for a new specialist hub. The new specialist cardiac centre will be located at St Bartholomew's Hospital in central London.
Anne Rainsberry, regional director of NHS England London, said: "This programme is a brand new way of delivering care and a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to improve services for today's patients and future generations.
"These 'centres of excellence' should also position London as a leader in research into cardiovascular disease and cancer, attracting some of the brightest and best clinicians and academics to work and study in the UK."
A First Capital Connect service has been branded to highlight a complex genetic condition called 22q11.2 deletion syndrome, which often goes undiagnosed in children. The train will today take eight-year-old Adam Tripp - who inspired the campaign - and other affected families to Cambridgeshire to visit a wildlife park.
The Transport Select Committee has suggested a budget of £10 per head by 2020 to ensure road safety for cyclists. It is currently at just £2 per head. The committee also called upon the Government to facilitate change across all Departments
– Louise Ellman MP, Chair of Transport Committee
"Transport ministers must demonstrate clear political leadership by championing cycling and the Department for Transport must coordinate action across government on this vital agenda'