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St Mark's Hospital, Islington

Volume 931: debated on Wednesday 4 May 1977

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what is his estimate of the increase in the overhead cost per bed in use at St. Mark's Hospital, Islington, as a result of the closure of one ward.

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what

Daily charge for private resident patients who have not made arrangements under section 1(2) for private treatmentDaily charge for private resident patients who have made arrangements under section 1(2) for private treatment
Class according to classification dated 7th March 1977Single roomOther accommodationSingle roomOtheraccommodation
££££
Class A Long Stay Hospitals22·3020·3021·2019·30
Class B Psychiatric Hospitals15·1013·8014·4013·10
Class C Acute and other, hospitals in non-teaching districts (including the 35 hospitals named below).41·3037·7039·4035·90
Class D London teaching districts (other than hospitals in classes A, B and C).58·6053·6055·3050·30
Class E Provincial teaching districts (other than hospitals in Classes A, B and C).48·5044·4045·8041·60
Class F London Postgraduate Boards of Governors hospitals.63·6058·1059·9054·50
Acute and other hospitals in teaching districts including in Class C:

  • Wharfedale General Hospital, Otley, Yorks
  • Killingbeck Hospital, Leeds
  • The Leicester Royal Infirmary, Leicester
  • Fielding Johnson Hospital, Leicester
  • Hinckley and District Hospital, Hinckley, Leicester
  • Market Harborough and District Hospital, Market Harborough, Leicester
  • Melton and District War Memorial Hospital, Melton Mowbray, Leicester
  • Rutland Memorial Hospital, Oakham, Leicester
  • Nottingham City Hospital, Nottingham
  • Weston Park Hospital, Sheffield
  • Papworth Hospital, Papworth Everard, Cambs.
  • Huntingdon County Hospital, Huntingdon
  • Acton Hospital, London W3
  • St. Stephen's Hospital, London SW10
  • Princess Beatrice Hospital, London SW5
  • Elizabeth Garrett-Anderson Hospital, London NW1
  • Royal London Homoeopathic Hospital, London WC1
  • German Hospital, London E8
  • Mother's Hospital, London E5
  • St. James' Hospital, London SW12
  • Bolingbroke Hospital, London SW11
  • South London Hospital for Women and Children, London SW4
  • Weir Maternity Hospital, London SW12

is his latest estimate of the savings in expenditure per month resulting from the closing of one ward at St. Mark's Hospital, Islington.