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Regional Hospital Boards
Teaching Hospital Boards
State Institutions

Link back to main ROSSBRET websiteNational Health Service
 

 

Regional Hospital Boards
Teaching Hospital Boards
State Institutions

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The National Health Service

The National Health Service was introduced in 1948 by the Labour Government following The Beveridge Report of 1943. Aneurin Bevan was the Minister of Health, and it was his job to implement the new Health Service. 

It had become apparent from the time of World War 2 that a system of organisation was required for all hospitals. From 1948 the Country was divided into 14 Regional Hospital Boards and additional Teaching Hospitals.


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