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Willesden General Hospital

Volume 627: debated on Friday 29 July 1960

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asked the Minister of Health what arrangements are made to accommodate senior members of the nursing staff of the Willesden General Hospital; and if, in view of the acute housing shortage in Willesden, assistance can be given to enable these members of the staff to have homes of their own within reasonable distance of the hospital.

The matron and assistant matron have flats in the hospital, and bed-sitting rooms are provided for sisters in a large house near by. The hospital authorities are not aware of any difficulty arising from these arrangements but if the hon. Member wishes and will provide me with details I will gladly make further inquiries.