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Elective hospital in Cork

______________________________________________For Oral Answer on : 26/05/2022Question Number(s): 100 Question Reference(s): 26634/22Department: HealthAsked by: David Stanton T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION * To ask the Minister for Health further to Parliamentary Question Nos. 78 and 156 of 15…

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Major investment in health services in Mallow and Fermoy under 2022 Capital Plan – David Stanton

Confirmation that considerable funding has been outlined in the Department of Health’s 2022 Capital Plan for the development of health services in Mallow and Fermoy has been warmly welcomed by…

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New elective hospital for Cork

______________________________________________For Oral Answer on : 15/02/2022Question Number(s): 78,156 Question Reference(s): 7678/22, 7720/22Department: HealthAsked by: Colm Burke T.D., David Stanton T.D.______________________________________________ QUESTION * To ask the Minister for Health when it is proposed to announce…

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Enabling works started on Midleton Community Hospital extension project – David Stanton

Cork East Fine Gael TD, David Stanton, has confirmed that enabling works to facilitate services for the planned extension of the Midleton Community Hospital have begun on site. The works…

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Minister David Stanton welcomes progress on planning application for St. Patrick’s Hospital Fermoy

Cork East Fine Gael TD, and Minister of State at the Department of Justice, David Stanton has welcomed the confirmation that planning permission for proposed works at St. Patrick’s Community…

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HSE Says Cork PET/CT Scanner Operational Soon – Stanton

David Stanton, Fine Gael Cork East TD has received further assurances from the HSE that Cork University Hospital's PET scanner will soon be operational. The PET/CT Scanner, which is crucial for detection of cancer, has been lying idle in CUH since 2009.

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Mallow Hospital probe must not be closure by stealth – Stanton

ovides a vital service for the centre of Munster. Any problems at the hospital are the result of Government policy which has been to starve it of resources by cutting staff and by not allowing the operation of the CT scanner. There is a pattern emerging in the health service where facilities are starved of essential resources and the ensuing problems are used as an excuse for closure by stealth. This must not be the case in Mallow General. "The logical fin

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