HC Deb 21 January 1985 vol 71 cc328-30W
Mr. Dobson

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services if he will list the private hospitals offering acute medical and surgical care which treat National Health Service patients under contractual arrangements with health authorities.

Mr. Kenneth Clarke

The private institutions offering medical and surgical care under contractual arrangements with health authorities in 1983 are as follows, as reported by the authorities, within the NHS regions in which they are located. The list includes care provided in various aspects of patient service including medical, surgical, pre-convalescent and post-operative, diseases of chest, rehabilitation and terminal care.

Private hospitals providing medical and surgical care to NHS patients under contractual arrangements with health authorities (provisional list)

Northern region

  • Marie Curie Memorial Foundation, Newcastle-upon-Tyne
  • The Northumberland Cheshire Home, Matfen, Nr. Newcastle

Yorkshire region

  • St. John of God Hospital, Scorton, Richmond, N. Yorks
  • Sue Ryder Home, Oxenhope, Keighley
  • Belvedere Nursing Home, Scarborough

Trent region

  • St. Lukes Nursing Home, Sheffield
  • Staunton Harold Cheshire Home, Leicester

E. Anglian region

  • North Sea Medical Centre, Great Yarmouth*
  • All Hallows Hospital, Bungay
  • Papworth Village Settlement, Papworth Everard

North West Thames region

  • St. Vincents Orthopaedic Hospital, Eastcote, Middlesex British Pregnancy Advisory Service, London Victoria Branch SW1

North East Thames region

  • Abberton Manor Nursing Home
  • Crouchend Court Nursing Home, Colchester
  • The Marillac, Warley, Essex
  • St. Josephs Nursing Home, Danbury, Chelmsford
  • The Hospital and Home of St. Giles, East Hanningfield, Chelmsford
  • St. Josephs Hospice, Hackney, London E8 4SA

South East Thames region

  • Fallowfield, Chislehurst
  • Copper Cliff Nursing Home, Brighton
  • Leonard Cheshire Foundation, Maidstone
  • Benenden Chest Hospital, Cranbrook, Kent
  • Horder Centre for Arthritics, Crowborough
  • St. Christophers Hospice, Sydenham, London SE26
  • Edith Priday Red Cross Home, Blackheath, SE3

South West Thames region

  • Holy Cross Hospital, Haslemere
  • King Edward VII Hospital, Midhurst
  • Royal Hospital and Home for Incurables, Putney
  • Trinity Hospice, Clapham Common, London
  • Hydon Hill Nursing Home, Godalming, Surrey
  • The Royal Star and Garter Home for Disabled Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen, Richmond-upon-Thames
  • St. Teresa's Hospital, Wimbledon
  • Rustington Convalescent Home
  • Victoria House, Leatherhead

Wessex region

  • Newlands Private Nursing Home, Southsea
  • Anglesey Lodge Nursing Home, Alverstoke
  • Birchy Hill Nursing Home, Lymington
  • Kenton House, Borden
  • Hill House Rest Home, Lyndhurst
  • Penerley Lodge, Beaulieu Farnhill Nursing Home, Swindon
  • Bethany House Nursing Home, Swindon
  • Alexandra Nursing Home, Bournemouth
  • Ashley Lodge, Ashley

Oxford region

  • Byron House Nursing Home, Aylesbury, Bucks
  • Chiltern Cheshire Home, Gerrards Cross, Bucks
  • Leonard Cheshire Home, Oxford

South Western region

  • Henley House, Truro
  • St. Michael's Hospital, Hayle, Cornwall
  • Penair Nursing Home, St. Clement, Truro
  • Torbay and South Devon Hospice, Torquay
  • Blackdown Nursing Home, Tavistock

West Midlands region

  • Stuby Leas Rest Home, Lichfield
  • St. Giles Hospice, Lichfield
  • St. Marys Hospice, Selly Park, Birmingham
  • Derwen Treatment and Rehabilitation Centre, Oswestry
  • Compton Hall, Wolverhampton
  • Douglas MacMillan Home, Stoke-on-Trent
  • Department of Physical Medicine, Leamington Spa*
  • 330
  • Warwickshire Orthopaedic Hospital, Coleshill, Birmingham
  • Myton Hamlet Hospice, Warwick
  • Wharf Street Hostel, Warwick
  • Helen Leys, Leamington

Mersey region

  • Sunny Bank Nursing Home, Liverpool
  • David Lewis Centre, Alderley Edge, Cheshire
  • British Pregnancy Advisory Service, Liverpool*

North Western region

  • St. John of God Hospital, Silverdale, Lancaster
  • St. Ann's Hospice, Heald Green
  • St. Ann's Hospice, Little Hulton
  • * Out-patients only.

Mr. Dobson

asked the Secretary of State for Social Services what proposals for private hospitals have been notified to him or authorised by him under the Health Services Act 1976, as amended by the Health Services Act 1980, since the last notification listed in his answer of 28 March 1984, Official Report, columns 219–20.

Mr. Kenneth Clarke

Since 28 March 1984, seven notifications have been received as follows. No applications for authorisation have been made.

Number of Beds
Bourn Hall clinic, Bourn Cambridge *42
Lansdowne private hospital, 67 Lansdowne Road, Bournemouth 26
Rochelles Farm, Lawn Lane, Springfield, Chelmsford, Essex 66
Clare Park clinic, Clare Park, Crondall Lane, Crondall, Farnham, Surrey 18
Blackheath hospital, 40–42 Lee Terrace, London SE3 64
South Bank hospital, Bath Road, Worcester 2
Preston Independent hospital, Midgery Lane, Fulwood, Preston 36
Nursing centre, Street Lane, Leeds 50
* Replacement for 30 beds in temporary accommodation
Extensions to existing hospitals.
Substitution for notification in respect of Clifton Hall Nursing Home.