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Maternity hospital to move as €150m project gets go ahead

Issues between the National Maternity Hospital and St Vincent’s Healthcare Group have been resolved

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

24th November, 2016

Major problems between the National Maternity Hospital and St Vincent’s Healthcare Group have been resolved, with the new €150 million plus hospital project set to proceed after the board of the maternity hospital voted to accept the deal offered.

The project stalled after a bitter row erupted over governance structures.

The board of St Vincent’s Healthcare Group (SVHG) met this afternoon and is expected to give the project the formal go ahead....

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