Irish consider cross-border A&E (accident & emergency) services:
This article was originally published in Clinica
Cross border co-operation between the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland is one of the areas being considered in the review of the former's emergency medical services. One of the possible initiatives is the use of helicopters in incident-to-hospital and hospital-to-hospital specialist transfers; a feasibility study has just been published. An additional E26m ($31m) has been earmarked to modernise Ireland's ambulance services up to 2006.
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