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Royal Naval Hospital, Haslar

Volume 885: debated on Friday 7 February 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Defence whether the medical facilities at Royal Naval Hospital, Haslar, which permitted treatment to be given to 74 civilians on 4th February after an escape of ethylene oxide gas, are provided out of the Defence Estimates.

Yes. No charges are raised against the National Health Service, which, in turn, gives free treatment to Service patients.