Report on services for mentally ill people in the Wakefield Health District
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Published by NHS Health Advisory Service in Sutton (Surrey) .
Written in English


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At head of title: National Health Service Health Advisory Service, Department of Health Social Services Inspectorate.

StatementWakefield Health Authority, Yorkshire Regional Health Authority, Wakefield Metropolitan District Council Social Services Department.
SeriesHAS/SS(89)MI.504
ContributionsHealth Advisory Service., Wakefield Health Authority., Yorkshire Regional Health Authority., Wakefield (England). Metropolitan District Council. Social Services Department., Great Britain. Department of Health. Social Services Inspectorate.
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Open LibraryOL14319287M

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