Just under a third of NHS Trusts in London have missed their A&E targets for four weeks in a row, new figures show.
According to new NHS England statistics, ten out of 38 London trusts failed to meet the national target of seeing and treating, transferring or admitting 95% of patients in four hours.
The 10 London NHS Trusts which missed A&E targets are:
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust- 83.6%
North West London Hospitals NHS Trust- 88.3%
Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospital NHS Trust- 89.8%
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust- 90.7%
Ealing Hospital NHS Trust- 93.4%
The Whittington hospital NHS Trust- 93.5%
Imperial College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust- 93.6%
St George's Healthcare NHS Trust- 93.8%
West Middlesex University Hospital NHS Trust- 93.9%
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust- 94.8%
The results include all major A&Es, minor units and walk-in centres, and are findings from the week ending September 21.
An NHS England spokeswoman said:
Over the last three years, front-line staff have made an incredible effort to ensure standards of care remain high. But it is clear the NHS is under pressure. NHS England has allocated an extra £400 million to help keep waiting times low during winter. We are also leading a review into urgent and emergency care - this proposes a fundamental shift in services, which will help reduce pressures on A&E in the longer term.