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Wednesday 17 September 2014

New children’s hospital to get two smaller centres

Published 28/01/2014 | 13:42

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Health Minister James Reilly. Photo: Tom Burke
Health Minister James Reilly. Photo: Tom Burke

THE Government is going to build two smaller facilities to treat some of the patients from the new National Children’s Hospital.

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The €50m satellite centres will be built in Tallaght Hospital and Blanchardstown Hospital.

The new National Children’s Hospital will be built on the grounds of St James Hospital in Dublin city.

The centres will treat some of the patients going to the National Children’s Hospital.

Health Minister Dr James Reilly will announce the development of the satellite centres this afternoon.

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