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Maternity Home, Emsworth

Volume 465: debated on Thursday 19 May 1949

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asked the Minister of Health how much was spent upon equipping Northlands Maternity Home, Ems-worth; why it is not to be used for that purpose; and for what purpose it is intended to use it.

The sum of £2,085 was spent in equipping this Home. The Portsmouth Hospital Management Committee postponed the opening of the Home. The South-West Metropolitan Regional Hospital Board hope to decide at their next meeting whether to confirm this action or to arrange for the immediate opening of the Home.

How did it come about that this hospital was equipped before a firm decision had been arrived at about how it had to be used?

I must await the report of the regional hospital board before making a decision.