HC Deb 28 October 1912 vol 43 c48W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer the names of the sanatoria to which the seventeen patients from Munster have been sent for treatment; how many of these patients are in the incipient stages of tuberculosis, and how many are chronic cases; and have arrangements been made for the isolation of chronic tuberculous patients?


Fifteen of the cases were in an early stage. They were sent to the Newcastle Sanatorium, county Wick-low, the Heatherside Sanatorium, Doneraile, the County Clare Sanatorium, and to the Allan A. Ryan Home Hospital. Two were advanced cases, and of these one was sent to a general hospital, and the other, temporarily, to the County Clare Sanatorium. The answer to the last part c f the question is in the affirmative.