began on July 5, 1948, incommon with that in. Great Britain. It is based on the Health Services. Act (Northern Ireland), 1948, the provision of which was part of a
Development Services Act (Northern Ireland) 1948 contained in this Act ( including this section) the approval of the Ministry of Health and Local GovernmentF2
Your search for Acts of the Northern Ireland Parliament from 1940-1949 has The counts below reflect the number of documents on legislation.gov.uk that Public Health and Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act Development Services Act (Northern Ireland) 1948 · 1948 Chapter 25, Acts of the Northern
The National Health Service Act (1946) covered England and Wales - with separate legislation produced for Scotland and Northern Ireland by the Scottish and Northern Ireland offices. But Aneurin Bevan, the Secretary of State for Health, pressed ahead and the NHS was introduced on July 5 1948.
An Act to provide for the establishment of a comprehensive health service for England and Wales, and for purposes connected therewith. The National Health Service Act 1946 (c 81) came into effect on 5 July 1948 and created the National Health Service in England and Wales.
Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland (HSC) is the designation of the publicly funded The Health and Social Care service was created by the Parliament of Northern Ireland in 1948 after the Beveridge Report. This Act established the Health and Social Care Board and five Health and Social Care Trusts which are
Regulations under the Health Services Act (Northern Ireland) 1948: draft and correspondence. Date: 1953-1960. Held by: The National Archives, Kew.
committee's report2 on the Health Services in N Ireland has raised many questions . Furthermore an examination of the Health Services Act (N Ireland),. 1948, will reveal the numerous duties laid upon the Ministry to make regulations about a
The National Health Service Act came into effect on 5 July 1948. The Act There was separate legislation produced for Scotland and Northern Ireland. The first