Noonan, Michael

Thursday, 16 February 1995

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. 449 No. 3

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Written Answers. - Hospital Illness Incidents.

Was asked: the number of diarrhoea cases which were recorded in St. James's Hospital, Dublin, for each week since 1 January 1995; the cause of the outbreak; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Limerick East): I have been advised by the hospital authorities that this problem arose on 17 January 1995 when 20 patients were identified as having diarrhoea and a number of specimens tested positi...More Button

Written Answers. - In-Patient Beds for Drug Users.

Was asked: the number of hospital beds which are available for the treatment of drug addicts in the Dublin area; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Limerick East): I presume that the Deputy is referring to in-patient beds for the detoxification of drug misusers. There are ten such beds available in Beaumont Hospital. Because of pressure on the b...More Button

Written Answers. - Approval of Pay Increment.

Was asked: if his Department has received a request from the Southern Health Board to approve a pay increment which would take into account service with a previous Government Department for a person (details sup...More Button

Limerick East): My Department has received the request from the Southern Health Board to which the Deputy refers. The matter is under consideration at present and a reply will issue at an early date.More Button

Written Answers. - Provision of Hydrotherapy Pool.

Was asked: whether he will honour a commitment given in April 1993, to provide a hydrotherapy pool for the Rheumatology Unit at St. Joseph's Rehabilitation Centre, Harold's Cross, Dublin 6.More Button

Limerick East): I am not aware that any commitment was given by my predecessor in relation to funding the hydrotherapy pool. The proposal to fund the upgrading of the hydrotherapy facility at St. Jose...More Button

Written Answers. - Orthodontic Service.

Was asked: the reason for the delays in the Eastern Health Board area for orthodontic treatment, in particular in the case of a person (details supplied) in Dublin 9.More Button

Limerick East): The waiting lists for orthodontic treatment in the Eastern Health Board area are maintained by the health board who are responsible for the provision of the orthodontic services.I am ...More Button


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