HC Deb 28 April 1927 vol 205 c1002

asked the Minister of Health whether his attention has been called to the complaint of the Nottingham City Insurance Committee that, owing to the careless way in which the prescriptions of panel patients are made out, chemists have great difficulty in deciphering them; and whether, in view of the dangers that might result to sick persons should mistakes be made in dispensing, he proposes to take any action in this matter?


The only complaint of this kind received from the Nottingham Insurance Committee related to the assistant of an insurance practitioner, whose attention was at once called to the matter. I am not aware that there has since been any difficulty, and there does not appear to be any necessity to take further action.