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Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woolwich (National Health Service Patients)

Volume 978: debated on Wednesday 6 February 1980

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asked the Secretary of State for Defence in what circumstances charges are made for the treatment of National Health Service patients at the Queen Elizabeth hospital, Woolwich; what has been the annual income from this source; and whether any changes in the financial arrangements with the National Health Service are planned.

No charges have been made for treating National Health Service patients at the Queen Elizabeth hospital, Woolwich. The recovery of costs for making certain specialised facilities at the hospital available to the National Health Service is under consideration.