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Tas doctors want surgery waiting lists slashed and said the hospital’s “care has always been extremely good for patients” and doctors did not feel it was possible to give up

Tas doctors want surgery waiting lists slashed and said the hospital’s “care has al우리카지노ways been extremely good for patients” and doctors did not feel it was possible to give up.

Dr David Rothery, president of the Medical Association of Ireland, said: “We want a hospital that can give care to patients without having to wait on a waiting list of years.”

But GAA Ireland, which represents hospitals in the country, welcomed the Government’s announcement of additional resources for hospitals.

The association said that in the last six years, four GAA hospitals have been declared “underperforming” and three of them closed, reducing GAA football to one weekend of fixtures.

Dr Mervyn Coyle, chair of GAA Ireland, said he hoped the Government would continue to act on the issue of underperforming hospitals, especially as more GAA hospitals are opening.

“I am sure there will be no changes to the hospital service if natyasastra.comthe Government continues to spend €100 million on hospitals,” he said.

Mr Coyle said there was now enough medical staff in GAA football stadiums.

The Hospital Executive says the Government funding is needed as GAA football’s annual operating costs are €2.25m lower than other GAA grounds.

But the Government has said it is only spending €250 million on the health services fo바카라사이트r the sport and they need extra funding to ensure GAA football is always competitive.