Maternity hospital will ‘respect rights of the mother’, nun says
Simon Harris claims Sisters of Charity will not profit from its ownership of new facility
The model of the new Natonal Maternity Hospital, at St Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin. Photograph: Cyril Byrne/The Irish Times
A member of the Sisters of Charity has said the new €300 million national maternity hospital on the St Vincent’s campus in Dublin will “always respect the rights of the mother and the baby”.
Sr Agnes Reynolds, a member of the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group board, said the new maternity hospital would “reach out to all creeds and backgrounds . . . and give a good service to people”.