Donnelly allocates €340 million to reduce hospital waiting lists
A new taskforce will be appointed to tackle the record number of patients awaiting medical care
Stephen Donnelly is to allocate €340 million to specifically deal with the country‘s hospital waiting list crisis.
The Minister for Health is also planning to establish a taskforce to tackle the record number of patients awaiting medical care, a situation that has worsened due to the pandemic.
The Business Post can also reveal that the HSE has submitted a new Access to Care plan to the Department of Health, specifically addressing the issue....
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