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King George V Sanatorium

Volume 655: debated on Monday 12 March 1962

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asked the Minister of Health what percentage of the beds available were used in the treatment of tuberculosis patients at the King George V Sanatorium at Liphook during the past year; how many medical and non-medical staff are employed by the hospital; if any definite plans have been formed for its future; and what alternative provision is available in the event of its closure.

33 per cent.; 2 full-time and 1 part-time medical staff, and non-medical staff equivalent to 66 full-time; consultations are proceeding on the proposal made in Command 1604 to close the hospital in 1962; alternative provision can be made in other hospitals in the group.