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# Stephen Donnelly

Last year
2023
IMO hits out at Donnelly's suggestion new consultant contract will bring 'consistency' to CAMHS
Donnelly says recruitment of youth mental health director will bring 'consistency' to CAMHS
Plan to abolish public hospital charges to come before Cabinet later
Modular houses to come on stream as Cabinet briefed on refugee accommodation crisis
Overcomplicated: Reimbursement scheme for pregnancy drug criticised by pharmacists
Pressure on hospitals due to respiratory illnesses will likely get worse, Donnelly says
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New Sláintecare Consultant Contract will 'reduce waiting times' and 'maximise capacity in hospitals'
Around 66,000 workers still waiting on €1,000 pandemic bonus payment
Soft opt-out organ donation on the way as delayed Bill finally sees movement
Action Plan to tackle Traveller health inequalities a ‘big step forward’
Women who suffer severe pregnancy sickness to have access to drug free of charge from January
Vaping product ads to be banned on public transport under new law
Taoiseach tours National Children's Hospital as construction reaches 80% completion
Mater Hospital confirms Long Covid Clinic is set to close in December due to a lack of funding
Gardaí outline concerns about abortion safe access zone law
Children's emergency departments experiencing 'significant rise' in respiratory virus illness
HSE launches winter vaccination programme with flu and Covid-19 jabs
Cariban: Drug to help women who suffer severe pregnancy sickness to be available by January
New Omicron-specific vaccines to be rolled out as boosters from next month, Health Minister says
Hundreds take part in protest against plans to close emergency department at Navan hospital
Free contraception scheme for women aged 17 to 25 begins today
Donnelly says he doesn't believe his failure to renew RTB registration warrants his resignation
Stephen Donnelly admits he failed to renew rental property with RTB for three years
Closure of Navan A&E is 'built into' HSE's 'fresh look' review, say local TDs
Fianna Fáil TD calls for Robert Watt to be made boss of the HSE and the Dept of Health
Paul Reid to step down as HSE CEO in October - two months earlier than expected
Government called on to implement 'robust strategy' to tackle monkeypox
Changes announced to COVID vaccination programme, including second booster for 50-64 year-olds
Free contraception for women aged 17 to 25 to be rolled out by September
University Hospital Galway warn of 'severe' overcrowding a week after CMO alerted Donnelly
Health Minister says testimony included in HSE abortion report is 'heartbreaking'
'Remuneration is significant': No appetite in Govt to increase €420k salary for next HSE boss
HSE chief says Navan Hospital plan will proceed despite Minister's instruction
HSE unit deployed to Limerick hospital to address ‘chronic’ overcrowding'
Government to oppose SF motion on emergency department closure at Navan Hospital
Tánaiste says Government has not sanctioned the closure of Navan emergency department
Nation's oral health at risk as children not seeing a dentist until their teens
'Intensive work' ongoing to give 35 children with Cystic Fibrosis access to life-changing drug
HSE confirms 11 bed closures at Dublin CAMHS unit
Catchup programme for HPV vaccine receives approval