HC Deb 24 October 1967 vol 751 c454W
Mr. Wyatt

asked the Minister of Health how many doctors now practising, or employed in hospitals, originated from overseas.

Mr. K. Robinson

In England and Wales in 1965 there were about 2,600 general medical practitioners born outside the United Kingdom and the Irish Republic; there were about 6,150 such doctors working in National Health Service hospitals.