HC Deb 27 February 1919 vol 112 c1996W
Brigadier-General CROFT

asked the President of the Local Government Board what steps are being taken to secure that doctors who have served in the Royal Army Medical Corps should have first claim for medical employment in Government offices or in part-time work; and whether he will give an assurance that such members of the medical service who have made considerable professional sacrifices will have due consideration for any such appointments?


A list is kept at the Board's offices of medical officers who have served in the R.A.M.C., Naval or Air Force Medical Services, and who wish to apply for medical employment on the Board, and due consideration will be given to such officers when medical appointments are being made.