The ability of the health service to deliver abortion services on January 1 looks increasingly uncertain
Health & Social /
The masters of the three Dublin maternity hospitals have warned Minister for Health Simon Harris that the health service is not prepared for the introduction of abortion services in January.
Professor Michael Barry, who leads the HSE’s Medicines Management Programme, has proposed the introduction of a managed access programme.
HSE currently employs more than 900 speech and language therapists throughout the country
One hundred GPs across Munster have written to the head of maternity services in the region, who is a conscientious objector, seeking clarity
The changes would cost the health service up to €4.75 million a year
Head of screening programme says four women included in figure had another kind of cancer, or no cancer at all