HSE seeks to increase pay to fill unwanted chief executive slots

The HSE wants to increase the pay of top hospital bosses.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor @susmitchellsbp
8th June, 2014

The HSE wants to increase the pay of top hospital bosses. It is preparing a business case in order to increase the €136,000 pay packet that was originally offered to the chief executives of newly-established hospital groups.

The health service has been unable to attract sufficient interest from high-calibre candidates to fill the chief executive posts in the majority of the country's six adult hospital groups.

Senior health sources said the salaries on offer were...

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