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10th October 2017

BUDGET 2018: Statement from Irish Hospital Consultants Association

10th October, 2017: Commenting on Budget 2018, President of the IHCA, Dr Tom Ryan, said:  “While the announced increases to the health budget are a step in the right direction, the reality is that there are huge shortages of beds and staff in our acute hospital and mental health services. What is in the budget is not sufficient to address these shortages, which are the root cause of patients being treated on trolleys and escalating waiting lists.’’
9th October 2017

Government must address chronic capacity problems in public hospitals according to IHCA

Government must address chronic capacity problems in public hospitals according to IHCA
5th October 2017

IHCA Annual Conference Programme 7 October 2017

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4th October 2017

IHCA Announce New Senior Appointment

IHCA announce new senior appointment
4th September 2017

Programme for IHCA AGM - Strand Hotel Limerick 7th October

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10th July 2017

National Cancer Strategy cannot succeed without increasing the capacity of public hospitals and the resolution of Consultant recruitment crisis according to the IHCA

National Cancer Strategy cannot succeed without increasing the capacity of public hospitals and the resolution of Consultant recruitment crisis according to the IHCA
10th July 2017

National Cancer Strategy cannot succeed without increasing the capacity of public hospitals and the resolution of Consultant recruitment crisis according to the IHCA

National Cancer Strategy cannot succeed without increasing the capacity of public hospitals and the resolution of Consultant recruitment crisis according to the IHCA
30th May 2017

Healthcare Report fails to address overwhelming capacity deficits that cause long waiting lists and trolley crises

Healthcare Report fails to address overwhelming capacity deficits
15th May 2017

APPOINTMENT OF NON SPECIALIST DOCTORS AS CONSULTANTS IN THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE COMPROMISING PATIENT SAFETY AND CARE

APPOINTMENT OF NON SPECIALIST DOCTORS AS CONSULTANTS IN THE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE COMPROMISING PATIENT SAFETY AND CARE
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