Exclusive: 3 Dublin hospitals to stop trauma care
The plan is part of a new centralisation strategy that Minister for Health Simon Harris hopes will save dozens of lives
Three Dublin hospitals will stop trauma care as part of a new centralisation strategy that Minister for Health Simon Harris hopes will save dozens of lives.
The minister will soon seek cabinet approval for a plan to centralise trauma care and reduce the number of emergency departments treating trauma patients.
According to a copy of the report, which has been seen by The Sunday Business Post, the number of emergency departments providing trauma care in...
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