Moral Duty lies with the Taoiseach

In an article in the Sunday Independent, 12 June 2016, a young doctor and ex- childhood cancer patient from Galway, now working at St. James’s hospital,  Eamonn Faller, says of the power brokers in St James’s and the government -“Until the people in charge experience these things[access, parking problems] as patients or parents, the actual wellbeing of sick children will remain an abstract concept to them. It’s not their fault, it’s just a fact…….And as a result, it’s looking like the Government, for political reasons, will place an institution’s interest ahead of the welfare of the children in this country.”

NCHA  says it is the government’s responsibility to understand ‘abstract concepts’. The government must face its duty and the evidence and CHANGE THE SITE – NOW.

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