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Parents’ unit at Children’s Hospital may be cut back

Members of the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board discussed the possibility of the HSE 'de-scoping' the family accommodation unit or delaying its construction as a 'cost limitation exercise' earlier this year

26th May, 2019

An accommodation unit for the parents of sick children at the National Children’s Hospital may have to be scaled back because the state must fund part of the construction cost.

Members of the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board (NPHDB) discussed the possibility of the HSE “de-scoping” the family accommodation unit or delaying its construction as a “cost limitation exercise” earlier this year.

The January meeting took place in the...

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