Durkan, Bernard

Tuesday, 22 June 2004

Dáil Eireann Debate
Vol. 587 No. 5

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Priority Questions - Health Reform.

They tried to but it backfired.More Button

Is the Minister trying to convince himself? He is not convincing anyone here.More Button

The Minister’s Cabinet colleague had to rush to the rescue in Nenagh hospital.More Button

Did the Minister go to Nenagh?More Button

There was a bit of a dispute over that.More Button

Priority Questions - Hospitals Building Programme.

What about those still waiting?More Button

Leaders’ Questions.

No houses.More Button

We will reject it.More Button

The Minister better not get too much money.More Button

Order of Business.

Question put: “That the proposal for dealing with No. 17 be agreed.”
No IndicatorVoted No More Button

Given the trials facing the Government parties, collectively and individually, when will legislation be introduced to replace the clinical trials Acts?More Button

Written Answers - Hospital Waiting Lists.

Asked the minister: the steps he has taken or proposes to take to address the anomalous situation whereby long hospital waiting lists appear to have become the norm, while at the same time hospital wards remain closed or...More Button

Asked the minister: the number of patients awaiting treatment in respect of various surgical procedures; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the minister: the extent to which he has dealt with hospital waiting lists having particular regard to his promise to eliminate all waiting lists within two years of the life of the present Government; and if he wi...More Button

Asked the minister: the steps he proposes to take to ensure that all hospital wards and beds are fully commissioned, available and utilised to the optimum extent in line with public requirements; and if he will make a st...More Button

Asked the minister: the reason hospital wards and beds are closed or decommissioned in view of the public demand for services as illustrated by long waiting lists; if he has examined the cause or causes whereby the publi...More Button

Written Answers - Health Board Staff.

Asked the minister: the full extent of staff shortages throughout the health services at present, with particular reference to community care and special needs; his plans to address the issue; and if he will make a state...More Button

Asked the minister: the plans he has in mind to ensure the provision of adequate staff throughout the health services including hospital, community care and special hospital services; and if he will make a statement on t...More Button

Asked the minister: the number and category of staff shortages in the health services throughout County Kildare; his plans to address this issue; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Written Answers - School Accommodation.

Asked the minister: if he will provide extra temporary accommodation to a school (details supplied) in County Kildare due to the increase in students attending same and the provision of a fourth assistant from 2004; if h...More Button

Written Answers - Cancer Incidence.

Asked the minister: if he has studied the reports on the incidents of the various forms of cancer throughout the country by county; if he can attribute any cause or causes for variations throughout the country; and if he...More Button

Written Answers - Health Board Services.

Asked the minister: his plans to upgrade the facilities available at the various health centres throughout the country with a view to alleviating the pressure on hospital accident and emergency departments; and if he wil...More Button

Asked the minister: the number of patients on orthodontic waiting lists who have had to seek private treatment in the past five years; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the minister: the position in regard to the provision of orthodontic services with particular reference to waiting lists; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Asked the minister: when he expects to ensure the provision of adequate resources to meet the requirements of the Kildare psychiatric services; if his attention has been drawn to the urgent requirements in this area; and...More Button

Written Answers - Hospital Services.

Asked the minister: if he has issued instructions to or received communications from the Eastern Regional Health Authority in regard to the opening of all the facilities at Naas General Hospital; the number of beds and w...More Button

Asked the minister: if he has received full information regarding proposals to discontinue the respiratory and tuberculosis unit at Peamount Hospital, Newcastle, County Dublin; if his attention has been drawn to the nega...More Button

Written Answers - Vehicle Emissions.

Asked the minister: if he has received reports from the EPA or the various health boards regarding levels of air pollution in the greater Dublin area; the actions required arising from same; and if he will make a stateme...More Button

Written Answers - Security of the Elderly.

Asked the minister: if assistance towards the annual personal alarm monitoring fee (details supplied) for the elderly can be approved; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button


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