18. Dr. VERNON DAVIES
asked the Secretary of State for War what progress, if any, has been made during the last three years with regard to the co-ordination of military hospitals at home and abroad with naval and Air Force hospitals, respectively?
§ Sir L. WORTHINGTON-EVANS
In 1922 the Military Hospital, Chatham, and the Royal Naval Hospital, Gibraltar. were closed. Military patients at Chatham are now treated in the Royal Naval Hospital, Chatham, and naval sick at Gibraltar are treated in the Military Hospital, Gibraltar. Since 1922 the Alexandra Military Hospital at Cosham and the Military Hospital at Devonport have been closed, and military patients in these districts are now treated at naval hospitals. The Joint Medical Services Committee has the question of co-operation between the three medical services continually under review and useful work is being done.