asked the Minister of Health what are the cases taken by the Birmingham Maternity Hospital which are more difficult than those taken by other maternity hospitals in the city of Birmingham.
This hospital takes abnormal and emergency cases almost exclusively.
asked the Minister of Health where he plans to provide hospital accommodation for the 300 cases per annum which the Governors of the Birmingham Maternity Hospital have now decided they cannot treat in their hospital.
Under arrangements being made in other maternity units in the region.
asked the Minister of Health how many beds are available to private patients in the Birmingham Maternity Hospital; and what reduction in these was notified to him consequent upon the decision of the Governors of that hospital to reduce the number of cases that will be dealt with in the hospital in future years.