Voluntary Hospitals, London

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health – in the House of Commons at 12:00 am on 25th March 1948.

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Photo of Sir Allan Noble Sir Allan Noble , Chelsea 12:00 am, 25th March 1948

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

Photo of Mr Aneurin Bevan Mr Aneurin Bevan , Ebbw Vale

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

Photo of Sir Allan Noble Sir Allan Noble , Chelsea

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

Photo of Mr Aneurin Bevan Mr Aneurin Bevan , Ebbw Vale

The conditions vary with the nature of the hospital.

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.