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By Mindo - 01st Oct 2019

No Repro Fee. Dr Donal O’Hanlon, President of the Irish Hospital Consultants Association and Dr Laura Durcan, IHCA Vice President, Consultant Rheumatologist, Beaumont Hospital, pictured at the Irish Hospital Consultants Association 31st Annual conference held in the Radisson Blu St Helen's Hotel, Stillorgan, Co. Dublin. Pic. Robbie Reynolds
The 31st IHCA AGM took place on Saturday 21 September in the Radisson Blu St Helen’s Hotel, Stillorgan, Co Dublin. The meeting heard that key national health programmes are at risk due to the ongoing consultant recruitment crisis. These include the new national children’s hospital project, the National Cancer Control Programme, and the national maternity strategy. Pictured L-R: IHCA President Dr Donal O’Hanlon and IHCA Vice President Dr Laura Durcan

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