Mater Hospital

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Cell and gene therapies are usually one-time treatments that can add months, sometimes years, to a patient’s life.

Irish patients will not be able to access expensive cutting-edge medicines without a rethink of the reimbursement model used to pay for new treatments(...)

The Mater hospital in Dublin. Photograph: Frank Miller

The Government has designated the Mater hospital in Dublin and Cork University Hospital as the two major centres for the provision of trauma care in t(...)

Covid-19 has had a “serious unwelcome impact” on patients awaiting organ transplants, the chairman of the Irish Kidney Association has said. File Photograph: Getty Images

Covid-19 has had a “serious unwelcome impact” on patients awaiting organ transplants, many of whom had been forced to cocoon inside, the chairman of t(...)

The Garda was taken to the Mater hospital with injuries. File photograph: Stephen Collins/Collins Photos

Two women were arrested and a Garda was hospitalised during an incident where officers broke up a house party in Finglas, north Dublin, on Saturday ni(...)

There is a growing concern among hospital staff over the system’s capacity to cope with a surge of coronavirus patients during the winter season. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

There is a growing concern among hospital staff over the system’s capacity to cope with a surge of coronavirus patients during the winter season, a se(...)

Brandon Fay (17) who was hospitalised with the coronavirus. Photograph: Mater Hospital.

A 17-year-old who was hospitalised with the coronavirus has told of his shock after testing positive for the condition as he thought he was “untouchab(...)

Michael O’Sullivan and Matt Murphy are pictured outside their favorite cafe, Lilliput Stores in Stoneybatter. File photograph: James Forde/The Irish Times.

A man who married his long-time friend for tax purposes two years ago, has died aged 84. The unorthodox union of Matt Murphy and Michael O’Sullivan ((...)

Tallaght Hospital is among the facilities that will be give extra funding to provide additional diagnostic services for patients.

Hospitals are to be given about €1 million to secure additional capacity to provide diagnostic services for patients – including from the private sec(...)

Nan Joyce, the Traveller activist who died this week, was “a person who refused to be a victim,” mourners at her funeral have been told. Photograph:  Paddy Whelan/THE IRISH TIMES

Nan Joyce, the Traveller activist who died this week, was “a person who refused to be a victim,” mourners at her funeral have been told. “Forced to l(...)

A woman who claimed there was a delay of 10 days in diagnosing a hip fracture after she had a fall in the Mater hospital, Dublin has settled her High (...)

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