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O'Reilly, Louise

Tuesday, 26 February 2019

Dáil Éireann Debate
Vol. Nbr.


An tOrd Gnó - Order of Business (Continued)

The Taoiseach acknowledged previously how brutal it can be for a woman who has to deal with the HSE through the courts. We know, therefore, that point is not lost on him. Philomena Canning is dyi...More Button

The Taoiseach has previously acknowledged that it can be brutal when women have to battle with the HSE. I ask him please to intervene.More Button

Excise Duties

Asked the Minister for Finance: the proportions of sales according to different cigarette pack sizes that were or are available for sale here in the past ten years in tabular form; and if he will make a statement on the matter.More Button

Regional Health Forums

Asked the Minister for Health: his plans for the role of regional health forums in the governance of health services; if regional health forums will be retained in their current form; if they will be aligned with the proposed re...More Button

Health Services Reform

Asked the Minister for Health: when a decision will be made regarding the alignment of community health organisations and hospital groups and for the establishment of regional integrated care organisations; and if he will make a...More Button

Speech and Language Therapy Waiting Lists

Asked the Minister for Health: the number of persons on the speech and language therapy assessment waiting list aged zero to four, five to 12 and 12 to 18; and the number waiting less than four, four to 12 and more than 12 month...More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: the number of persons on the speech and language therapy initial assessment waiting list aged zero to four, five to 12 and 12 to 18; and the number waiting less than four, four to 12 and more than ...More Button

Asked the Minister for Health: the number of persons on the speech and language therapy further treatment waiting list aged zero to four, five to 12 and 12 to 18; and the number waiting less than four, four to 12 and more than 1...More Button

Capital Expenditure Programme

Asked the Minister for Health: the health projects affected due to the re-profiling of projects to accommodate the reduction in the capital budget for health in 2019 due to the overrun on the national children’s hospital.More Button

National Children's Hospital

Asked the Minister for Health: the person who held his office when the two-stage procurement strategy was agreed and signed off upon for the new national children’s hospital. More Button

National Children's Hospital Administration

Asked the Minister for Health: the tender process which was undertaken before it was agreed that a company (details supplied) would be hired to compile the report into the national children’s hospital overspend; and if he will m...More Button