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Parliament: Deaf Telephone Access to the Department of Health

Andy Reed (Loughborough, Labour)

To ask the Secretary of State for Health what provision is made for deaf people to access services provided by his Department through call centres.

Ben Bradshaw (Minister of State, Department of Health)

The Department has a single public facing call centre. This has a textphone and accepts calls made using Typetalk.

Source:
Hansard
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See also:
Parliament: Contacting the Department of Transport

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