Written Answers. - Hospital Services.

Thursday, 29 November 2001

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 545 No. 3

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  124.  Mr. Aylward  Information on Liam Aylward  Zoom on Liam Aylward   asked the Minister for Health and Children  Information on Micheál Martin  Zoom on Micheál Martin   if at the time of the appointment of a locum psychiatrist to St. Canice's Hospital, Kilkenny, there was a chief psychiatrist appointed and acting at the said hospital. [30350/01]

Minister for Health and Children (Mr. Martin): Information on Micheál Martin  Zoom on Micheál Martin  Responsibility for this matter rests with the South-Eastern Health Board. My Department has therefore asked the chief executive officer to investigate the matter raised by the Deputy and reply to him directly.

  125.  Mr. G. Reynolds  Information on Gerry Reynolds  Zoom on Gerry Reynolds   asked the Minister for Health and Children  Information on Micheál Martin  Zoom on Micheál Martin   when a person (details supplied) in County Leitrim will be called to St. Vincent's Hospital, Elm Park, Dublin 4, for surgery. [30388/01]

Minister for Health and Children (Mr. Martin): Information on Micheál Martin  Zoom on Micheál Martin  Responsibility for the provision of hospital services to residents of County Leitrim rests with the North-Western Health Board. My Department has asked the chief executive officer of the board to investigate the position in relation to this case and to reply to the Deputy directly.

  126.  Mr. Durkan  Information on Bernard Durkan  Zoom on Bernard Durkan   asked the Minister for Health and Children  Information on Micheál Martin  Zoom on Micheál Martin   when a person (details supplied) in County Kildare can expect to have her daughter admitted to Crumlin Hospital for examination and assessment in regard to possible surgery; and if he will make a statement on the matter. [30389/01]

Minister for Health and Children (Mr. Martin): Information on Micheál Martin  Zoom on Micheál Martin  Responsibility for the provision of hospital services to residents of Dublin, Kildare and Wicklow rests with the Eastern Regional Health Authority. My Department has asked the regional chief executive of the authority to investigate the position in relation to this case and to reply to the Deputy directly.


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