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Hospital Pay Beds

Volume 889: debated on Monday 7 April 1975

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if she will give details of the increases in capital and

CHARGES FOR PRIVATE PATIENTS FROM 1ST APRIL 1975
Daily charge for private resident patients who have not made arrangements under Section 1(2) for private treatment (i.e. where patient does not pay fee for consultant's or doctor's service)Daily charge Jar private resident patients who have made arrangements under Section 1(2) for private treatment (i.e. where. patient pays fee to consultant or doctor)
Class according to classification dated March 1974Single roomOther Accommodation (i.e. shared by two or more patients)Single roomOther Accommodation
££££
Class A Long-Stay hospitals (other than hospitals in Classes D and E)15·50 (10·20)14·10 (9·40)14·80 (9·80)13·40 (8·90)
Class B Psychiatric hospitals (other than hospitals in Classes D and E)9·80 (6·60)8·90 (6·00)9·30 (6·30)8·50 (5·70)
Class C Acute and other hospitals (other than hospitals in Classes D and E)28·00 (18·50)25·50 (16·90)26·80 (17·70)24·30 (16·10)
Class D London teaching hospitals (as at 31st March1974)39·30 (26·30)35·90 (24·10)37·10 (24·70)33·70 (22·50)
Class E Provincial teaching hospitals and University hospitals (as at 31st March1974)33·00 (22·10)30·20 (20·20)31·20 (20·80)28·30 (18·90)
NOTE: 1974–75 charges in brackets.