Peter Boylan

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Nicholas Kearns, deputy chairman of the National  Maternity Hospital:  takes particular issue with former master of the NMH Dr Peter Boylan.  Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

National Maternity Hospital deputy chairman Nicholas Kearns has sought to draw a line under the controversy about its planned transfer to St Vincent’s(...)

A computer-generated image of the proposed new National Maternity Hospital at the St Vincent’s hospital campus in Dublin.

Photographs of the statue of the Virgin Mary guarding the entrance to St Vincent’s campus in Dublin 4 were in demand this week following the shock ann(...)

Peter Boylan, former master of the National Maternity Hospital. Photograph: Brenda Fitzsimons

The announcement by the Sisters of Charity that they are to withdraw from ownership of the St Vincent’s Hospital Group (SVHG) is to be welcomed. There(...)

St Vincent’s Healthcare Group chairman James Menton with Minister for Health  Simon Harris and  Rhona Mahony, master of the National Maternity Hospital. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

St Vincent’s Healthcare Group has sought to clarify the reporting structures applying to the master of the National Maternity Hospital after it moves (...)

The Parents for Choice march on May 7th in Dublin against religious ownership of the planned new national maternity hospital. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw

The announcement by the Sisters of Charity that they are ending their involvement with St Vincent’s Hospital at Elm Park, Dublin, after 183 years is a(...)

James Menton, chairman St Vincent’s Healthcare Group, Minister for Health Simon Harris, and Dr Rhona Mahony, Master of the National Maternity Hospital. Photograph: Cyril Byrne

Ethical guidelines based on Catholic canon law will cease to apply within the St Vincent’s Healthcare Group, one of the most important hospital provid(...)

The decision  represents a huge victory for ‘people power’, expressed in demonstrations like that (above) at  the Department of Health last month. Photograph: Alan Betson

The announcement by the Sisters of Charity that they are ending their involvement with St Vincent’s Hospital in Dublin after 183 years is a major turn(...)

Former master of the National Maternity Hospital Dr Peter Boylan said the thanks of the State should go to the Sisters of Charity for their “brave decision” and to the Minister for Health. Photograph: Dara Mac Donaill/The Irish Times

The former master of the National Maternity Hospital Peter Boylan has said he feels personally vindicated by the decision of the Religious Sisters of (...)

Prominent Catholic theologian Fr Gabriel Daly opposes ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital by the Sisters of Charity.

Prominent Catholic theologian Fr Gabriel Daly has supported Dr Peter Boylan in opposing ownership of the new National Maternity Hospital (NMH) by the (...)

After initial reluctance within the HSE, over 200 complaints were referred to a review team chaired by Dr Peter Boylan. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

The HSE Maternity Clinical Complaints Review is the sixth report sparked by the tragedy of a series of unnecessary baby deaths in Portlaoise hospital,(...)

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