HC Deb 09 December 1963 vol 686 cc1-2W
40. Mr. Lipton

asked the Minister of Health how many new hospitals have been started in 1963; how many have been substantially remodelled in 1963; and whether he will circulate the names of these hospitals in the Official Report.

Mr. Barber

In England and Wales nine new hospitals and nine substantially remodelled hospitals have been started this year. One new general hospital and one new dental hospital, and phases of four substantially remodelled hospitals, have been completed and brought into use so far this year.

Following are the hospitals

New and substantially remodelled hospitals started, so far, in 1963:


King's College Dental Hospital.

University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.

New Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup.

Sheffield Radiotherapy Centre.

New hospital at Barking.

New hospital at Walsgrave, Coventry.

Royal Gwent Hospital, Newport.

Bronglais Hospital, Aberystwyth.

St. Thomas' Hospital, London.

Substantially remodelled

Northgate and District Hospital, Morpeth.

Walton Hospital, Liverpool.

Nottingham City Hospital.

Ashford Hospital, Middlesex.

Mayday Hospital, Thornton Heath.

Hallam Hospital, West Bromwich.

Gloucester Royal Hospital.

St. Lawrence's Hospital, Bodmin.

Battle Hospital, Reading.

New and substantially remodelled hospitals completed, so far, in 1963:


Queen Elizabeth II Hospital, Welwyn.

New dental hospital, University College.

Poole General Hospital (part).

Substantially remodelled

Aston Hall Hospital, Ashton-on-Trent (part).

Prudhoe and Monkton Hospital (Part).

Kingston Hospital (part).

Whittington Hospital, Highgate (part).