University hospitals

Posted in Governance and administration on January 11th, 2022 by steve

Ireland“Sir, – Conor Mooney (Letters, January 7th) might be interested to know that 14 of the 40 acute hospitals listed by the HSE contain ‘university’ in their name …” (more)

[Laura Egar, Irish Times, 11 January]

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University hospitals

Posted in Governance and administration, Legal issues on January 7th, 2022 by steve

Ireland“Sir, – I note with curiosity the recent rebranding of almost all hospitals in the country as university hospitals. Doubtless due to copying an international trend, presumably it is merited on the basis of a formal connection to a university and that university-level teaching, learning and research occur there …” (more)

[Conor Mooney, Irish Times, 7 January]

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What is a University Hospital without a University? It’s another nail in the South East’s university coffin

Posted in Governance and administration on May 20th, 2014 by steve

“What is a University Hospital without a University? It’s another nail in the South East’s university coffin. The Government showed its real intentions last week when they gifted Waterford Regional Hospital to UCC …” (more)

[University of the South East Campaign, 19 May]

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Limerick group ‘developing rapidly’ as academic hospital

Posted in Governance and administration on November 18th, 2013 by steve

“… Under health reforms, the six acute hospitals in Limerick, Croom, Ennis and Nenagh have been consolidated into the UL Hospitals Group with a single management and governance structure across the sites …” (more)

[Mike Dwane, Limerick Leader, 18 November]

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