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Thursday, 28 September 1972
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Dr Klugman (PROSPECT, NEW SOUTH WALES) asked the Minister representing the Minister for Health, upon notice:

What does the amount of $7,000 as a special grant to the States for para-medical services refer to in table 1 of the Annual Report of the Director-General of Health for the year 1971-72.

Dr Forbes - The answer to the honourable member's question is as follows:

Grants totalling $6,924.99 were paid during the year 1971-72 under the States Grants (Paramedical Services) Act 1969, on a $1 for $1 basis, in connection with expenditure by 2 States for the provision of paramedical services to aged persons in their homes. South Australia received $4,063.45 in respect of services provided from the Woodville Domiciliary Care Centre, and Tasmania received $2,861.54 in respect of services provided from the Cosgrove Park Home for the Aged and the Mersey General Hospital.

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