§ Sir R. Tasker
asked the Minister of Health the number of doctors in London who have more than 3,000, 2,500 or 2,000 patients on their panel; and, if his statistics disclose the percentage of panel patients attended by panel doctors, what that percentage is.
§ Mr. Willink
The numbers of doctors who on 1st January, 1945, had more than the specified numbers of London insured persons on their lists, were:
More than 3,000 19 More than 2,500 (but not more than 3,000) 32 More than 2,000 (but not more than 2,500) 79
i.e. 130 out of a total of approximately 1,700 doctors.
I regret that the information asked for in the second part of the Question is not available.