Infections crisis linked to deaths of babies at Rotunda
Maternity hospital’s conditions linked to deaths of at least three babies since 2017. Letters to HSE and Dept of Health plead for funding to pay for refurbishment works
A "chronic lack of space" at one of the country's leading maternity hospitals is increasing the risk of infectious outbreaks that have been linked to the deaths of at least three babies in the last three years, a new report has warned.
The report by KPMG, the consultancy, was commissioned by Dublin's Rotunda Hospital amid ongoing and increasing concerns about an “intolerable patient safety crisis” at the country’s largest and busiest maternity hospital....
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