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The outgoing chairman of the HSE says he is leaving it in a much healthier position than it was in when he started

3rd July, 2010

It was a relatively quiet week for the Heath Service Executive (HSE), in media and political terms.

Just a few controversies hit the headlines - the delays in building the cystic fibrosis unit in St Vincent’s hospital in Dublin, cuts in respite care for families of the intellectually disabled, and the Siptu partnership monies and where they disappeared to.

Then there was the harsh criticism from the Ombudsman, Emily O’Reilly, who said there...

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