Eilish Hardiman, chief executive of the group overseeing the merger of the three children’s hospital: said there were “issues” with the functioning of genetics

A plan to dismantle the State’s only national service for families with genetic conditions will lead to a “huge clinical risk” to patients and create(...)

Dr James Reilly: an internal Government email suggests his efforts to stop and retrieve unauthorised payments to senior health staff may encounter legal difficulties. Photograph: Aidan Crawley

Any attempt to either stop or recoup controversial top-up allowances paid to senior staff in health agencies may run into legal obstacles, according t(...)

Rotunda Hospital: its master,   Sam Coulter Smith, is in receipt of a total remuneration package of ¤306,116, part of which comes from a “privately funded allowance” of ¤20,000.

The fundraising bodies attached to Our Lady’s Hospital for Sick Children in Crumlin and the Rotunda Hospital in Dublin have moved to reassure the publ(...)

The audit found that Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin, was one of 13 agencies collectively paying about €900,000 to senior managers in top-up payments and benefits from non-State sources.

A board member of the State’s largest children’s hospital, Our Lady’s in Crumlin, has said the Health Service Executive salary scale for chief executi(...)

The audit found that Our Lady’s Hospital, Crumlin,  was one of 13 agencies collectively paying about €900,000 to senior managers in top-up payments and benefits from non-State sources.

The States’s largest children’s hospital, Our Lady’s in Crumlin, has been paying its chief executive a top-up allowance of €30,000 per year funded fro(...)

The development of the national children’s hospital is earmarked for a site at the west end of St James’s Hospital in Dublin. Photograph: Bryan O’Brien

Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital in Crumlin has reiterated its “categorical” support for locating the new national children’s hospital at St James’s Hos(...)