A Kent psychiatric unit is investigating claims notorious paedophile Jimmy Savile carried out abuse there.
St Martin's Hospital in Littlebourne Road, Canterbury, is one of dozens being probed in the inquiry.
It is one of nine to be embroiled in the scandal since June, when the independent NHS Savile Legacy Unit was set up by the government.
It comes after information received by the unit and the Met Police from potential victims was passed to the health trust to look into.
Spokesman for the Kent and Medway health trust, Kelly August, said: "Kent and Medway NHS and Social Care Partnership Trust can confirm that it has been passed historic information regarding Jimmy Savile, which names the St Martin's Hospital in Canterbury.
"We will investigate this evidence thoroughly and, if necessary ensure that any lessons are learnt for the future.
"As enquiries are ongoing, we are not in a position to make any further comment."
The news was revealed today by Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, who also said outstanding reports about investigations into dozens of other hospitals had been delayed until later in the year.
In a statement, he said: "At the request of the Crown Prosecution Service, the publication of the NHS investigations into Jimmy Savile is being delayed until the conclusion of ongoing legal proceedings.
"There will be a delay in the publication of the outstanding NHS investigation reports.
"We now hope trusts will publish their reports in January 2015."
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