Prime Minister Theresa May has visited London's Chelsea and Westminster hospital where some of those injured in the Grenfell Tower fire are being treated.
Mrs May is reported to have spent around an hour speaking to patients and staff.
It comes after she was criticised for not meeting survivors of the disaster when she made a private visit to the scene on Thursday.
At least 30 people are confirmed to have died in the blaze with the death toll expected to rise.
Twenty-four people who were injured in the fire are still being treated in hospitals across London, of whom 12 remain in a critical care.
The latest victim of the Grenfell Tower fire to be named is eight-year-old Mehdi El-Wahabi.
Buildings at three NHS trusts have failed urgent fire safety tests in the wake of the Grenfell Tower disaster, according to NHS Improvement.
The communities secretary said he was ready to act if the local authority failed to provide properly for those caught up in the disaster.