Private clinic at children’s hospital to proceed, says Donnelly
While in opposition, the Minister for Health had criticised aspects of the proposal for a private outpatient clinic at the €1.7bn National Children’s Hospital
Minister for Health Stephen Donnelly has confirmed that a private outpatient clinic at the €1.7 billion National Children’s Hospital will proceed as planned, despite having queried aspects of the proposal while in opposition.
Work on the hospital stopped on March 31 due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and has not recommenced, despite construction workers being allowed back on sites since May 18.
BAM and the National Paediatric Health Development Board (NPHDB) were locked in a dispute...
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