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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust (informally Imperial College Healthcare) is an NHS trust based in London, United Kingdom. It is the largest NHS trust in England and together with Imperial College London forms an academic health science centre. Imperial College Healthcare was formed in October 2007 by the merger of Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust and St Mary's NHS Trust and their integration with Imperial College Faculty of Medicine. It currently manages five hospitals: Charing Cross Hospital; Hammersmith Hospital; Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital; St Mary's Hospital and Western Eye Hospital. In 2009/10 Imperial College Healthcare had a turnover of £900 million, employed approximately 10,460 people and treated over one million patients. The Trust's chief executive is Mark Davies. The chair of the Trust was Lord Tugendhat from its inception in October 2007 until December 2011 when he was succeeded by Sir Richard Sykes. Imperial College Healthcare was formed on 1 October 2007...
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