Saturday September 19, 2020

State paid €1m to three TD doctors

Almost €1 million has been paid by the state to the medical practices of two serving TDs and a former TD under the general medical service (GMS) scheme.

5th September, 2009

Almost €1 million has been paid by the state to the medical practices of two serving TDs and a former TD under the general medical service (GMS) scheme.

Dr James Reilly, Fine Gael’s spokesman on health, and TD for Dublin North, received more than €318,000 in fees, practice allowances and pension contributions last year for medical card work carried out at his family practice in Lusk. Reilly still practises about once a week in Lusk,...

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