9th October 2018

Health Budget 2019 fails to address the extent of Public Hospital Deficits

9 October 2018 - The Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA) has outlined its grave concern that the 2019 Health Budget is unlikely to address the serious capacity deficits that are delaying the provision of public hospital care to patients, unless urgent capacity needs in our acute hospitals are addressed. The Association outlined in great detail in its pre-budget submission to the Minister for Health and other government Ministers that underfunding of public hospitals has led to record numbers of patients on trolleys and on waiting lists.
9th July 2015

The IHCA Pre-Budget Submission: 2016

The IHCA Pre-Budget Submission: 2016
30th September 2010

Response to Annual Report of Comptroller & Auditor General

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14th September 2010

IHCA Pre 2011 Budget Submission

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4th March 2010

Submission to The Public Accounts Committee

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9th July 2009

Submission on the Human Tissue Bill

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30th March 2009

Submission on Consent for Organ Donation

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3rd September 2008

2008 Pre Budget Submission

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