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Top NHS hospital pocketed £38m doing private surgery for Kuwait patients 


Top NHS hospital pocketed £38m doing private surgery for Kuwait patients

  • Hospital earned almost a tenth of its total income doing private work for Kuwait 
  • This work ‘was worth nearly 9 per cent of its £463million income in 2019-20’
  • Critics say NHS hospitals should use doctors & beds to help clear waiting lists

England’s leading cancer hospital earned almost a tenth of its total income doing private work for Kuwait while NHS patients faced record waiting lists.

The Royal Marsden Foundation Trust told a tribunal that it made £38.7million a year from Kuwait Health and Kuwait Oil, which are owned by the Gulf state.

This was worth nearly 9 per cent of its £463million income in 2019-20, according to a document produced by trust…



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