Health: The story so far

Some €3.2 billion was spent on health infrastructural projects between 2000 and 2006, with almost 70 per cent of this going on the acute hospital sector. The record:

27th January, 2007

Some €3.2 billion was spent on health infrastructural projects between 2000 and 2006, with almost 70 per cent of this going on the acute hospital sector. The record:

Another €2.1 billion went on projects such as phase one of St Vincent’s hospital in Dublin, an extension to the maternity hospital in limerick and a new renal unit in Sligo General Hospital.

Non-acute or continuing care measures received €545 million, while information and communications technology, and research...

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