A pioneering new ward has been created to provide specialist care for those who need it most at The Royal Hospital Chelsea.
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People in certain areas in and around London have a greater risk of dying early than those in other areas, according to research.
Before Mr Hunt made his announcement, Prime Minister David Cameron said:
"I think we have to be frank with people that we can't expect really technical surgery - like children's heart operations, to be carried out at every hospital in the country.
"As the parent of a desperately ill child, wanting to get the best care for that child, you need to know that you're getting something that is world best.
"For really technical operations you can't get that everywhere.
"Clearly the conclusion is that this process, which started in 2008, hasn't been carried out properly so we need to make a re-start."
Plans to close three children's heart surgery units were today suspended by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.
Mr Hunt said that plans to close the units in Leeds, Leicester and west London were to be put on hold after an independent review suggested that the consultation process was based on "flawed analysis".
The Safe and Sustainable Review, which concluded that Leeds General Infirmary, Glenfield Hospital in Leicester and the Royal Brompton in west London should stop providing paediatric cardiac surgery, has been heavily criticised and campaigners have fought ferociously against the closures.
Speaking in the Commons, Mr Hunt said he had asked NHS England to continue with the process of looking into the reorganisation of children's heart surgery and asked them to report back by the end of July.
Plans to close three children's heart surgery units were suspended by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt today.
In 2009, officials launched the "safe and sustainable review", conducted by the Joint Committee of Primary Care Trusts (JCPCT) of England, to assess how best to streamline paediatric congenital cardiac surgery services.
The review concluded that expertise was spread too thinly in the 10 sites which house the surgical units and should be concentrated in fewer hospitals.
While experts were deliberating which sites should close, the Royal Brompton in Chelsea, west London - later named as a site earmarked for closure - launched a legal dispute over the consultation process.
The hospital, which is the largest specialist heart and lung centre in the UK, argued that the process was unlawful.
It won a High Court action against the JCPCT in November 2011 - the first time one NHS organisation had taken legal action against another.
But the ruling was overturned by the Court of Appeal in April last year. The Royal Brompton said the proposals could put its future in doubt, but judges ruled that the consultation process was fair.
Last July, officials announced that the Royal Brompton, Leeds General Infirmary and Glenfield Hospital in Leicester would close their units.
The institutions chosen to house the specialist surgery centres were the Evelina Hospital, which is part of Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital Trust, and Great Ormond Street, both in London and units in Southampton, Birmingham, Bristol, Newcastle and Liverpool.
But the move was heavily criticised by medics, campaign groups and the families of children who had used the services at the three sites earmarked for closure.
In October, Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt ordered a review into the decision to stop surgery at the three units following pressure from councillors in Lincolnshire and Leicestershire over the closure of the unit at Glenfield.
The Independent Reconfiguration Panel report is due to be published later today.
Campaigners fighting to save a children's heart unit are hoping Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt will reverse the decision today.
Mr Hunt is expected to make a statement to the Commons on the results of a review into the decision to reorganise children's cardiac services across England into fewer, more specialised units.
This review was ordered by Mr Hunt following a wave of protest in Yorkshire over the plan to shut the centre at Leeds General Infirmary as well as ones at Glenfield Hospital in Leicester and the Royal Brompton in west London.
It kills four men every day in London - 1,600 every year.
Many of them die because of embarrassment, ignorance or fear.
We're talking about prostate cancer and today ITV - in conjunction with Prostate Cancer UK - has launched "Stand By Your Man".
It's a campaign to raise awareness of the disease - to encourage men to talk about their health
Above all, it's to help save lives.
Nick Thatcher's report contains explicit descriptions about prostate cancer symptoms.
Today marks the launch of a new short film starring Ray Winstone and Tamzin Outhwaite about prostate cancer.
Father's Day - which also stars Charles Dance, John Simm and Neil Stuke - will screen on this Sunday on ITV4. Watch the trailer below.
Prostate cancer kills 1,600 men in London every year.
Today, ITV in conjuction with Prostate Cancer UK launches "Stand By Your Man" which is an initiative aimed at saving lives.
ITV News London have been speaking to a family in Wandsworth, whose father had prostate cancer and who died because of a rare fatal reaction to his chemotherapy treatment.