Flanagan, Oliver J.

Wednesday, 23 April 1969

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 239 No. 13

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Health Bill, 1969: Second Stage (Resumed).

It is hardly necessary for one Deputy after another to repeat the same old story in regard to health services year after year. The Minister must realise that as Minister for Health he occupies a most...More Button

I do not wish to embarrass the Minister but I am long enough in this House to remember Senator Dr. Ryan when he was Minister for Health telling us, when introducing the present Health Act, that about ...More Button

A proper health service should be provided on the basis of insurance. It should be so designed that the State would pay the contributions for old age pensioners, for widows, orphans, disabled and une...More Button

Deputy L'Estrange is an excellent Deputy and he is quite capable of looking after his own constituency. I have no doubt whatever that he will do that. Tullamore has been recommended. The Government...More Button

It is a very wide statement and it is true.More Button

Because of the special devotion of this gentleman who is now in retirement, and of his staff and because of the extra care and devotion to duty of the Sisters of Mercy who are running that hospital, t...More Button

I appreciate the outstanding service rendered by the Sisters of Mercy in Mullingar County Hospital. I look upon that hospital as one of the most highly efficient in this country. Since it is run by ...More Button

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