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Letters to the Editor

Voluntary hospitals have a healthy future

7th June, 2015
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In the edition of 31/5/15, The Sunday Business Post reported on the recent conference of the Voluntary Healthcare Forum, the representative body for voluntary hospitals in Ireland, and speculated on the role of voluntary hospitals in a reformed health service.

The Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar TD, has been to the fore in recognising the contribution of voluntary hospitals within the Irish health service.

He has identified hospital groups as a real opportunity for statutory and...

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