Tallaght A&E at breaking point

April 2004
World of Irish Nursing;Apr2004, Vol. 12 Issue 4, p14
Trade Publication
Reports on the crisis being faced by the Tallaght Hospital in Ireland due to the lack of beds. Failure of the Eastern Regional Health Authority to provide adequate hospital beds; Problems posed by the lack of beds to nurses.


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