EU’s loan to help build healthcare centres

7th May, 2017
Jyrki Katainen

Fourteen new primary healthcare centres are being developed across Ireland, with the support of a €70 million European Investment Bank loan agreement backed by the Investment Plan for Europe.

These purpose-built facilities will enhance access to health and social services, shifting towards a community-based healthcare model and reducing demands on hospitals.

The development of such projects demands significant and sustained investment at a time when there are growing pressures on national budgets.

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