31 October 2023

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Claim UHG status as “Centre of Excellence” reflected poorly in reality on ground

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Claim UHG status as “Centre of Excellence” reflected poorly in reality on ground

UHG is earmarked as a “Centre of Excellence” for the West of Ireland – but it’s reflected poorly in the reality on the ground.

That’s according to Galway East TD Sean Canney, who says investment of €1.5bn is urgently needed to bring it up to the standards needed.

Deputy Canney told the Dáil the money is there – but there has to be drive and accountability.

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