HC Deb 29 November 1928 vol 223 cc596-7

asked the Minister of Health whether complaints have been brought to his notice of inattention to panel patients due to medical men being members of local authorities, and having to attend meetings during the hours which are alone convenient for working people to attend the doctor; and, if so, whether he will take steps to remove the cause of such complaints?


I cannot trace the receipt in my Department of any complaint on this point, but insurance practitioners are required to arrange places and times at which they will attend and treat patients to the satisfaction of the Local Insurance Committee with whom they are under agreement, and any complaint about the arrangements should in the first place be addressed to the Committee.

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