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How many consultants and specialists are required per million of the population?

Document estimating the number of consultants and specialists required per million of the population, c.1944-48
This document is an appendix item to a larger document entitled the Royal College of Physicians Consultant Services Committee Second Interim Report. The RCP published many documents like this, demonstrating the detailed planning that had to go into the formation of a service like the NHS.
MS Number 2016/33

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Courtesy, Royal College of Physicians

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