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At quarter 1 of 2011-12, all ambulance service national health service trusts were forecasting a surplus.
The aggregate forecast surplus for all ambulance service NHS trusts, at quarter 1 of 2011-12, was £16 million.
The breakdown of the forecast surplus for all the ambulance service NHS trusts is shown in the following table.
|Ambulance service NHS trust||2011-12 Quarter 1 forecast surplus/(operating deficit) (£000)|
|East Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust||1,587|
|East Of England Ambulance Service NHS Trust||2,398|
|Great Western Ambulance Service NHS Trust||1,406|
|London Ambulance Service NHS Trust||2,412|
|North East Ambulance Service NHS Trust||3,025|
|North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust||1,500|
|South Central Ambulance Service NHS Trust||2,050|
|West Midlands Ambulance Service NHS Trust||925|
|Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust||415|