All 5 results for speaker:Dr George Hillman

Oral Answers to Questions — Public Health.: National Health Insurance (Medical Fees). (25 Feb 1932)

Dr George Hillman: 39. asked the Minister of Health whether, seeing that he has decided not to proceed with the proposed redraft of parts of the medical benefit regulations dealing with fee-charging, and that the Insurance Acts Committee of the British Medical Association acquiesced in this decison, he will take the opportunity of making it clear that there was no connection between the proposed redraft and the...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport.: Hospitals (Motor Accident Cases). (17 Feb 1932)

Dr George Hillman: 57. asked the Minister of Transport if he is aware that, from a recent inquiry by the Yorkshire Voluntary Hospitals Committee relative to the number of third-party motor accidents treated in 36 hospitals in Yorkshire during the first six months' working of the Road Traffic Act, 1930, it appears that the total cost incurred by the hospitals for treating these cases amounted to £4,500, of...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Insurance. (3 Dec 1931)

Dr George Hillman: 56. asked the Minister of Health if he is aware that the new regulation recently made under the National Health Insurance Acts merely regularises a practice which has been in existence for many years of permitting a doctor to charge a fee for treating an insured person if such person declares in writing that he does not desire treatment under the Insurance Acts, and that this new regulation...

Oral Answers to Questions — National Health Insurance. (3 Dec 1931)

Dr George Hillman: Are there any grounds for the suggestion that the doctors will make large sums of money out of the new regulation and so recoup themselves for their losses on the economy proposals?

Oral Answers to Questions — County Boroughs (Elections). (1 Dec 1931)

Dr George Hillman: 95. asked the Secretary of State for the Home Department whether he is aware that if a candidate duly nominated for election for a vacancy in a ward of a county borough dies before polling day, the corporation must apply to the High Court for authority to conduct a new election, and that the costs arising from this are heavy; and whether he will take steps to simplify the procedure in such a...


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