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Roscommon primary care centre 'unviable'

A primary care centre that was on a controversial list of primary care centres selected by health minister James Reilly six months ago is unviable, it has been admitted.

13th April, 2013
How we first reported the story on October 7, 2012.

A primary care centre that was on a controversial list of primary care centres selected by health minister James Reilly six months ago is unviable, a local government politician has admitted.

The Roscommon town of Ballaghaderreen, along with Balbriggan in Reilly's own Dublin North constituency, was included in a special list of 30 locations identified for primary care centres last summer.

The controversy lead to the resignation of junior minister Roisin Shortall, who was responsible for...

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