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Lord Hunt of Kings Heath to ask Her Majesty's Government, further to the NHS referral to treatment (RTT) waiting times data January 2021, published on 11 March, how many patients in each acute trust in England have been waiting more than one year for treatment; and how many of those have been waiting for (1) 52 to 56, (2) 57 to 60, (3) 61 to 64, (4) 65 to 68, (5) 69 to 72, (6) 73 to 76, (7) 77 to 80, (8) 81 to 84, (9) 85 to 88, (10) 89 to 92, (11) 93 to 96, (12) 97 to 100, (13) 101 to 104, and (14) 105 and more, weeks.  HL14410

Question HL14410: tabled on 19 March 2021 and due for answer by 6 April 2021

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To ask Her Majesty's Government further to the NHS referral to treatment (RTT) waiting times data January 2021, published on 11 March, how many patients in each acute trust in England have been waiting more than one year for treatment; and how many of those have been waiting for (1) 52 to 56, (2) 57 to 60, (3) 61 to 64, (4) 65 to 68, (5) 69 to 72, (6) 73 to 76, (7) 77 to 80, (8) 81 to 84, (9) 85 to 88, (10) 89 to 92, (11) 93 to 96, (12) 97 to 100, (13) 101 to 104, and (14) 105 and more, weeks.
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