A REPORT into the deaths of three mothers who gave birth at Northwick Park Hospital will not be made public until August.
North West London Hospitals NHS Trust said the findings of the internal investigation into the deaths which occurred between June last year and March will not be revealed this month as originally suggested "because of logistical reasons".
A spokeswoman for the trust said: "We have seven external experts on the panel which is compiling the report and to bring them all together takes time.
"We want it to be done as quickly as possible and as well as possible."
The spokeswoman also said the trust would share its findings with the families of the dead women before they are made public.
The Healthcare Commission, the UK's NHS watchdog and NHS London will also scrutinise the findings and decide if further action against the hospital's birthing unit is needed.
The most recent spate of deaths follow 10 between 2002 and 2006 and last month a coroner condemned the hospital for its part in the death of Ana Maria Denzo, 30, who died in March 2006.
The narrative verdict on her death recorded neglect by staff was a contributing factor.