£930 million The combined deficit for NHS trusts in England for April-June 2015: 4 in 5 #NHS trusts in England reported a deficit for April-June 2015 31 mental health trusts were in deficit, as were 10 specialist trusts, nine community trusts and eight ambulance trusts

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NHS deficits in England

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£930 million

The combined deficit for NHS trusts in England for April-June 2015

4 in 5 NHS trusts

in England reported a deficit for April-June 2015

31 mental health trusts

were in deficit, as were 10 specialist trusts, nine community trusts and eight ambulance trusts

42% increase

The number of patients at foundation hospitals waiting longer than six weeks for diagnostic tests is up by almost a half (42%) on this time last year, to 10,800

56% of foundation trusts

The number of trusts not meeting the 62-day target for cancer referrals from GPs is up over a half (56%) on this time last year

29,000 people

at foundation hospitals waited on a trolley for more than four hours between the decision to admit them to A&E and their arrival on a ward. This was over a third (35%) higher than the same period last year

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