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Royal Hospital, Richmond

Volume 959: debated on Monday 4 December 1978

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asked the Secretary of State for Social Services when the South-West Thames regional health authority and the Kingston area health authority commenced consideration of proposals for upgrading the in— patient accommodation at the Royal hospital, Richmond; when these bodies will reach a decision; and if the plans include the reinstatement of the following facilities: post-operative beds, general practitioner beds, geriatric beds, minor surgery and minor casualty.

The South-West Thames regional health authority and the Kingston and Richmond area health authority began to consider the upgrading of inpatient accommodation at the Royal hospital, Richmond, in 1976. The facilities to be provided are still under discussion and no decisions have yet been taken.