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INMO worried over A&E cutback reports

SBP report said nine hospitals would be scaled back

12th July, 2016
Nurses' body 'fed up with piecemeal change'

Irish nurses have said they are seriously concerned at plans to scale back A&E departments at nine hospitals around the country.

Following the revelation, an INMO spokesman said: "Nurses are fed up with piecemeal change which actually makes the situation worse rather than better."

"This is not the first time that the redirecting of emergency departments to separate major trauma centres has been proposed and, in fact, it has been attempted in the...

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