Tuesday October 20, 2020

Changes to Reilly's primary care centres

Both of the primary care centres in the health minister's constituency are now proceeding by way of an operational lease model as opposed to a PPP.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
9th December, 2012

Both of the primary care centres in the health minister's constituency are now proceeding by way of an operational lease model as opposed to a public private partnership (PPP).

Swords and Balbriggan lie in the heart of Minister James Reilly's constituency and were among five locations added to a priority list for new primary care centres announced by the minister last July.

The HSE has received a number of expressions of interest and is in...

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