Patients had to wait longest at Queen Elizabeth Hospital - which is run by the University Hospital Birmingham Trust - throughout the day, with the exception of one hour.
What does UHBT stand for?
UHBT stands for University Hospital Birmingham Trust (UK)
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At University Hospital Birmingham Trust - which treats injured troops at Selly Oak Hospital - security and equipment budgets have shot up more than three times from pounds 400,000 to around pounds 1.
Medical professionals from the city attended including directors from the University Hospital Birmingham Trust, hospital doctors, and GPs.
A University Hospital Birmingham Trust spokesman said it would continue to closeley monitor the service "to ensure Fresenius upholds the standards required".
Morag Jackson, the new hospital's project director at University Hospital Birmingham Trust (UHB), has now revealed that it will not be sold until the building is no longer being used by the trust in 2013 at the earliest.
University Hospital Birmingham Trust, which runs Selly Oak Hospital, has begun an inquiry into the case.
Gareth Duggan, spokesman for University Hospital Birmingham Trust, which runs Selly Oak, said: "The Trust sends its apologies to Mrs McDonnell's family and has undertaken an extensive investigation into the c i rcums tances surrounding the death and put in place strategies to try to avoid similar events occurring in the future.
We were also concerned that the Children's Hospital and University Hospital Birmingham Trust (UHB) had not communicated as effectively as they could since concerns were first raised by UHB consultants in the first half of 2008.