HC Deb 17 November 1949 vol 469 cc2175-6
22. Mr. Marlowe

asked the Minister of Health whether he is aware that there is some apprehension that the provision of a specialist service in maternity cases will preclude the presence of the patient's general practitioner at the confinement; and whether he will ensure that when the patient so desires the general practitioner who has been responsible for the antenatal attention shall be in attendance at the confinement.

Mr. Bevan

I am not sure what the hon. and learned Member has in mind. But if he will let me have more details of what he proposes, I will look into the matter.