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Regulatory Impact Analysis & Children's Health Bill 2018

Creator:

Department of Health (Ireland)

Subject Keywords: health, population, ireland, government
Topic: Fuel Poverty
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Catalogue: Policy
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Type: Report
Region: Republic of Ireland
Description:

The Children's Health Bill provides for the enhancement of children's health services and for that purpose to establish a body to be known as Children's Health Ireland to plan and deliver paediatric services; to provide for the transfer of employees, land, property, rights and liabilities of Our Ladyâ?Ts Childrenâ?Ts Hospital, Crumlin to Childrenâ?Ts Health Ireland; to provide for the transfer of employees, property, rights and liabilities of the Childrenâ?Ts University Hospital, Temple Street to Childrenâ?Ts Health Ireland; to provide for the transfer of certain employees, property, rights and liabilities of the Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Dublin, incorporating the National Children's Hospital to Children's Health Ireland; to provide for the transfer of certain employees, property, rights and liabilities of the Health Service Executive to Children's Health Ireland; to provide for an additional function of the National Paediatric Hospital Development Board and to transfer certain property, rights and liabilities of that Board to Childrenâ?Ts Health Ireland and to provide for the dissolution of that Board; and to provide for related matters.

Regulatory Impact Analysis of the Children’s Health Bill

General Scheme of the Children’s Health Bill

Date:

26/07/2018

DOI:

10.14655/11971-1211926

Rights: Department of Health (Ireland)
Suggested citation:

Department of Health (Ireland). (2018) Regulatory Impact Analysis & Children's Health Bill 2018 [Online]. Available from: http://publichealthwell.ie/node/1211926 [Accessed: 18th September 2019].

  

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