Simon Harris to consider public ownership options for NMH - Irish Times

Minister for Health Simon Harris is to consider options for the partial public ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital. Mr Harris indicated for the first time on Sunday that the State will seek a stake in the ownership of the National ...

Disputed National Maternity Hospital site may be leased by State - Irish Examiner

The Government is considering a long-term lease, with a nominal rent, for the site of the proposed new National Maternity Hospital. Health Minister Simon Harris has said a review of the ownership structures in the health sector, expected to include the ...

Owning the National Maternity Hospital - Irish Times

Sir, – Is the site at Mount Merrion the best possible site for the new Maternity Hospital which will cost the taxpayers €300 million? The St Vincent's site at Mount Merrion is beside the sea. If you draw a circle around it, either small or large, you ...

Harris: Give me a month to solve hospital row - The Times (subscription)

Simon Harris has asked for one month to come up with “creative and acceptable solutions” to the controversy over the ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital. “This week, I asked for a period of time to allow me and my officials to work with ...

State to pursue stake in National Maternity Hospital, says Harris - Irish Times

Minister for Health Simon Harris has indicated the State will seek a stake in the ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital (NMH) after its transfer to St Vincent's Hospital campus, which is owned by a religious order. Mr Harris issued a ...

St Vincent's Hospital's 'refusal' to carry out sterilisation procedures on women sparks outrage - The Irish Sun

DOCTORS and maternity groups have blasted St Vincent's Hospital 'refusal' to carry out sterilisation procedures on women. A letter to GPs claimed the hospital didn't carry out tubal ligations — but that the same medical experts could carry out such ...

Harris: "I am absolutely committed to building a new... - Newstalk 106-108 fm

The Minister for Health Simon Harris has again stressed that he's "absolutely committed" to building a new National Maternity Hospital. Simon Harris says he has heard "very clearly" the issues of public concern over the plans - and he is continuing to ...

'I want time to pursue solutions' - Health Minister to report back on hospital deal 'at end of May' - Irish Independent

Health Minister Simon Harris is asking for "time to pursue solutions" as he looks to address ownership issues in relation to the proposed new National Maternity Hospital. In a statement released this evening, Minister Harris said he is "absolutely ...

Mary Lou McDonald says the State needs to get maternity hospital site 'by any means' - thejournal.ie

SINN FÉIN'S DEPUTY leader Mary Lou McDonald TD has said that she thinks the Sisters of Charity should “gift” the controversial maternity hospital site to the State. The site is on Merrion Road on Dublin's southside and is part of the wider St. Vincent ...

Calls For National Maternity Hospital Deal To Be Renegotiated - Clare FM

There are renewed calls for the deal over the new National Maternity Hospital to be renegotiated. The plan to hand ownership to the Sisters of Charity in exchange for land at the site at St Vincent's continues to cause outrage, despite assurances by ...

Boylan and Mahony in new clash over warning on nuns' influence - Irish Independent

Under-pressure: Dr Peter Boylan in his south Dublin home. His personal and 1 Under-pressure: Dr Peter Boylan in his south Dublin home. His personal and family life were not up for discussion during the interview Photo: David Conachy. April 30 2017 2:30 ...

Charlie Flanagan: 'Other options available' in NMH issue - Irish Independent

Minister of Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has acknowledged public outcry over the ownership of the proposed 1 Minister of Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has acknowledged public outcry over the ownership of the proposed NMH. April 30 2017 2:08 PM.

Long-term lease an option for NMH - Flanagan - RTE.ie

Minister for Foreign Affairs Charlie Flanagan has said there is public concern around the ownership of the site of the proposed new national maternity hospital. But he said that he was confident the matter can be resolved satisfactorily in the weeks ahead.

Can the State just seize the land for the National Maternity Hospital? - Newstalk 106-108 fm

The dispute over the ownership of Ireland's new National Maternity Hospital has dominated both politics and the airwaves over the past week. The revelation that sole ownership of the new €300m facility will pass to religious group, the Sisters of ...

Prof John Crown has seen "some evidence of sectarianism" at St Vincent's - Newstalk 106-108 fm

Consultant oncologist and former senator Professor John Crown has said he has seen some firsthand evidence of 'sectarianism' in the way St Vincent's Hospital operates. The controversy erupted after it emerged the St Vincent's Healthcare Group - which ...

Latest: Minister for Health asks for time to pursue 'acceptable solutions' to maternity hospital controversy - The Nationalist

Update 6.20pm:The Minister for Health Simon Harris has asked for “time to pursue solutions” to the ownership controversy of the new National Maternity Hospital. In a statement issued by the minister this evening, Mr Harris said he believed the State ...

Inside Holles Street: a hospital creaking at the seams - Irish Independent

In the shabby waiting room of the National Maternity Hospital (NMH) on Dublin's Holles Street, a waft of smoke blows in each time the automatic doors open. The hospital, where one in eight of Ireland's babies are born each year, is technically a smoke ...

Religion and health care: What role does the Catholic Church play in Irish hospitals? - thejournal.ie

THE PLANNED MOVE of the National Maternity Hospital to St Vincent's, a site owned by the Sisters of Charity, has opened up a new discussion about religion and health care in Ireland. The situation of religious orders providing health care services is ...

Boylan Resigns From Board Of New National Maternity Hospital - Alive For Football

Chairman Brendan Carr criticised the attitude of "some of the senior people in the board" at the meeting. He called on Health Minister Simon Harris to consider a compulsory purchase order for the site. The deal in place regarding the new facility was ...

Harris must focus on public concerns - Irish Independent

The handling of the controversy surrounding the future of the National Maternity Hospital by the Minister for Health, Simon Harris, has left a lot of be desired, coming as it does on the back of significant disquiet over the spiralling cost related to ...