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Adelaide Chambers on Peter Street: was once the centrepiece of the former Adelaide Hospital.

An almost fully let 18th-century office building and modern extension in Dublin’s south inner city has been sold to the Joe O’Reilly-led Chartered Lan(...)

Minister for Health Simon Harris said on Monday he was “worried” about the impact on patients attending hospital over the coming winter period. Photograph: Gareth Chaney/Collins

Special Government funding to address the pressures on the health service last winter – which saw record numbers on trolleys – effectively came too l(...)

The judge noted  the surgeon had worked in Mullingar since 1999 and reviews of his practice were conducted by the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2006 and 2009 after concerns were expressed about perceived poor outcomes for his patients.

The High Court has refused to grant injunctions preventing the HSE from investigating a consultant surgeon who is facing multiple allegations concerni(...)

Minsiter for Health Simon Harris speaking in Farmleigh in Dublin on Friday. Photograph: Maxwell Photography

The continued supply of medicines to patients in this State is one of the main concerns facing the health service from Brexit, Minister for Health Sim(...)

The Health Information and Quality Authority (Hiqa) carried out an unannounced inspection at Cherry Orchard Hospital iun Dublin over five days in May and June. File photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times.

A HSE-run centre for children and adults with disabilities had major levels of non-compliance with care regulations and more than a third of staff did(...)

The HSE objective in the preliminary scoping exercise is “to determine whether there are people who have a case to answer”. File photograph: Getty Images

A review team commissioned by the Health Service Executive to determine if staff should face disciplinary action over the cervical screening controver(...)

Humira is the biggest single item on its medicines bill and finally came off patent this week.

Medicines and their prices are a particular bone of contention. The Government says it cannot afford the inexorable rise in cost: the industry says it(...)

The  Psychiatric Nurses Association  said that from 7am on November 7th, the union’s members would not make themselves available for additional shifts outside of their rostered hours. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

Staff in the National Ambulance Service who are members of the Psychiatric Nurses Association (PNA) are to put in place an overtime ban from early Nov(...)

09/10/2018(L to R) Tanaiste & Minister for Foreign Affairs & Trade with special responsibility for Brexit Simon Coveney TD &  Minister for European affairs Helen McEntee TDduring a press briefing on brexit as part of Budget 2019 in Government Buildings, Merrion Street, Dublin.Photo Gareth Chaney Collins

Simon Coveney summed up the chaos that is Brexit and how it might fall out when he said he hoped the €700 million-plus package of supports announced i(...)

Minister for Mental Health Jim Daly TD launched the two reports on Thursday. Photograph: Cyril Byrne / THE IRISH TIMES

More than 9,000 people presented at hospitals in the State last year following episodes of self-harm, with more than 11,600 presentations in total, th(...)

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