Tag: Health

HEALTH SERVICES FACE MELTDOWN – clip from Claire Byrne’s radio programme 28.10.17

We discussed on radio the threat posed by the new super-bug to the health service. But for years the service has badly run by an overpaid army of managers at the top, with underfunding for front-line services at the bottom,

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TDs slams Government over closure of mental health services

 People Before Profit TD, Brid Smith, has attacked the planned closure of beds at the Child and Adolescent Inpatient Mental Health services at Cherry Orchard Hospital in Ballyfermot.  The TD who represents the local catchment area around the Hospital said

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Brid Smith calls for Dail debate on Maternity Hospital controversy

Press Release- Bríd Smith TD 19/04/2017 People Before Profit TD, Bríd Smith has called for a special Dáil debate on the decision of Minister Simon Harris to hand over the new National Maternity Hospital to the Sisters of Charity religious

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PBP TD says Minister Harris should reverse decision to grant control of National Maternity Hospital to Sisters of Charity

Press Release- Bríd Smith TD 18/04/2017   PBP TD says Minister Harris should reverse decision to grant control of National Maternity Hospital to Sisters of Charity which ran infamous Magdalene Laundries who refuse to pay promised redress People Before Profit

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Fewer drugs now available on medical card

In a statement today Brid Smith People Before Profit TD is calling on the Government to immediately re-instate all drugs that have been removed from the GMS Medical Card scheme since 2014 “The Government’s proposed reduction in the Autumn Budget

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SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPY: GOVERNMENT SACRIFICES NEEDS OF VULNERABLE

About 46,000 young children have complex needs, often relating to slower development of speech and language faculties. Yet the Irish health service does not make adequate provision for early intervention.

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Speech and Language Therapy: Government sacrifices needs of vulnerable

 About 46,000 young children have complex needs, often relating to slower development of speech and language faculties. Yet the Irish health service does not make adequate provision for early intervention. Councillor Brid Smith from People Before Profit said, ‘We come

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Inequality still alive and well in Ireland

Inequality still alive and well in Ireland with consultants due millions in compensation on top of inflated salaries Inequality is on the rise still in this country despite the propaganda of the government. Reports have surfaced today stating that HSE

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