Thursday June 4, 2020

Seven years on, no sign of nuns’ promised land for Dublin hospital

National Rehabilitation Hospital staff are working in antiquated facilities

Michael Brennan

Political Editor

11th September, 2016
Victor Boyhan, independent senatorMaura Hickey

A religious congregation has still not handed over the site which it promised for the long-awaited National Rehabilitation Hospital seven years ago.

There are also question marks about what is going to happen to part of the lands on the valuable south Dublin site, which had been rezoned by councillors to help fund the new hospital.

Staff in the National Rehabilitation Hospital in Dun Laoghaire are currently working in antiquated facilities and people with serious...

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