HC Deb 23 January 1941 vol 368 cc313-4W
Mr. Cocks

asked the Minister of Health whether he will consult with the military authorities with a view to securing the co-operation of the Royal Army Medical Corps in the work of treating casualties in bombing raids?

Mr. M. MacDonald

Co-operation of the kind suggested by the hon. Member has already been agreed in principle and has in considerable measure been put into force, particularly in the case of specialist officers. In some cases R.A.M.C. orderlies have assisted in the initial treatment of civilian casualties. The Secretary of State for War and I are continually reviewing the position with a view to increasing the degree of co-operation between military and civilian medical officers.

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