HC Deb 29 July 1941 vol 373 cc1264-5W
Sir H. Morris-Jones

asked the Minister of Health what progress has been made with the proposal, recently announced by him, for securing the services of 1,000 doctors from the United States of America to help in the medical services of this country?

Miss Horsbrugh

The scheme to which my hon. Friend refers has not yet become fully operative. According to information recently received from the American Red Cross some 80 United States doctors who have applied under the scheme are at present being considered for acceptance, in addition to one who has already arrived and is at work in a civil hospital and four who are on their way to this country.

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