Children's hospital board says it must pursue co-located facility

The board of the Children’s Hospital of Ireland has released a statement re-iterating that its function is to implement government policy in respect of the establishment of a new Children’s Hospital as a co-located facility.

28th February, 2012
Children's hospital board says it must pursue co-located facility
The proposed National Children's Hospital.

The board of the Children’s Hospital of Ireland has released a statement re-iterating that its function is to implement government policy in respect of the establishment of a new Children’s Hospital as a co-located facility.

The board met this afternoon under the chairmanship of Harry Crosbie and discussed the decision announced last week by An Bord Pleanala to refuse planning permission for the Children’s Hospital, it said.

“Since Thursday...

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