Cost cuts wanted at children’s hospitals

Health minister Mary Harney has asked the Health Service Executive (HSE) to look at ways of cutting costs at the three children’s hospitals in Dublin.

6th June, 2009

Health minister Mary Harney has asked the Health Service Executive (HSE) to look at ways of cutting costs at the three children’s hospitals in Dublin.

Harney said she believed that ‘‘significant cost savings’’ could be made by changing services at the children’s hospitals at Crumlin, Temple Street and Tallaght.

She said that the government was also pressing ahead with plans for a new National Paediatric Hospital at...

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