17th July 2019
Proposed restructuring of health services does not go far enough – Irish Hospital Consultants Association
Hospital and community health services must be merged under regional organisations under new HSE plan to ensure best outcomes and greater efficiency Greater alignment between hospital and community services will not ensure integrated, joined up healthcare delivery for patients
12th July 2019
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association has said that it is extremely concerned at the continuing deterioration in the number of people on waiting lists for hospital appointments.
3rd July 2019
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA) has said that a new survey from the Medical Council confirms that the Government’s policy towards new entrant consultants is driving our highly trained doctors and consultants abroad and undermining acute hospital care for patients.
16th June 2019
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA) said the findings of the unpublished HSE’s National Doctors Training and Planning (NDTP) unit report, as confirmed in today’s Sunday Business Post, are a damning indictment of the government’s policy which has undermined hospital consultant recruitment. This is of significant importance as it is gravely damaging the delivery of timely care to patients.
14th June 2019
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association has said that it is extremely concerned at the persistent deterioration in the number of people on waiting lists for hospital outpatient appointments.
7th June 2019
Access to acute hospital care in Ireland is getting worse, not better, and the figures bleakly bear this out.
1st May 2019
The Irish Hospital Consultants Association has said that it is alarmed at the response from the Government to a number of consultants raising their concerns about existing resource deficits in Waterford University Hospital.
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