Voluntary Hospitals, London
Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health

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Sir Allan Noble (Chelsea)

asked the Minister of Health which voluntary hospitals in the London area have been disclaimed from the provisions of the National Health Act.

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Mr Aneurin Bevan (Ebbw Vale)

As the list is long. I will, with permission, circulate it in the OFFICIAL REPORT.

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Sir Allan Noble (Chelsea)

Could the Minister say what conditions the Government are imposing on these hospitals?

Following is the list:

Voluntary Hospitals which have been disclaimed.

  • The French Hospital and Dispensary.
  • The Italian Hospital.
  • The British Dental Hospital.
  • King Edward VII Hospital for Officers.
  • Royal Masonic Hospital.
  • The Star and Garter Home, Richmond.
  • Scio House Hospital for Officers, Putney.
  • Hurlingham Lodge Auxiliary Hospital.
  • Hawthorne Christian Science House, Hampstead.
  • Stanborough's Hydro, Watford.
  • St. Andrew's Hospital, Dollis Hill.
  • Hospital of St. John and St. Elizabeth.
  • St. Vincent's Orthopaedic Hospital, Pinner.
  • St. Saviour's Hospital.
  • St. Joseph's Institute, N.9.
  • St. Joseph's, E.8.
  • St. Anthony's Hospital, Cheam.
  • St. Veronica's, S.W.14.
  • St. Michael's, Worcester Park.
  • Hostel of St. Luke, W.1.
  • St. Raphael's, Brentford.
  • St. Raphael's Colony, Potters Bar.
  • Pield Heath House.
  • St. Teresa's, Wimbledon.
  • Hostel of God, Clapham Common.
  • Home of Compassion, Thames Ditton.
  • Convent of Our Lady Nursing Home, Hillington Court.
  • St. David's Home, Ealing.
  • Etloe House, E.10.
  • London Clinic for Psycho-Analysis.
  • Catholic Nursing Institute.
  • Manor House.