Irish paediatric surgery gets Irish £3 million for equipment:
This article was originally published in Clinica
The Irish government has awarded I£3 million ($3.5 million) to the Eastern Regional Health Authority (ERHA) for the acquisition of new and upgraded equipment for paediatric surgery. Ireland's minister for health and children, Micheal Martin, said that the money would go to upgrade and replace urgently needed, essential equipment and other capital works at Our Lady's Hospital for Sick Children, Crumlin. During this week's announcement, the government also said it was urging the ERHA to finalise discussions with relevant parties concerning the provision of paediatric surgery at three hospitals in Dublin.
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