HC Deb 27 March 1913 vol 50 c1846W

asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer whether he is aware that there is no panel doctor in the village of West Hougham, Kent, and that no doctor on the panel in Dover, some four miles distant, is willing to attend insured persons in West Hougham; and whether he will say how, under these circumstances, residents in West Hougham can obtain medical benefit to which they are entitled under the National Insurance Act?


I am informed that arrangements have been made whereby every insured person can be allocated to a doctor on the panel, but I am making inquiries as to this particular case.