A struggling NHStrust which was on the brink of bankruptcy should be dissolved, an officialconsultation has concluded.
South London Healthcare NHS Trust, which runs three hospitals in London, was the first ever to be placed in administration after it started losing around £1.3 million a week.
Special administrator Matthew Kershaw said the trust should now be broken up, with other organisations taking over the management and delivery of its services.
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