‘Daisy Hill Hospital should remain Centre of Stroke Service Excellence’ – Bradley

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Wednesday, March 4th, 2015
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SDLP MLA for Newry and Armagh Dominic Bradley has said that the statement from the Southern Trust on the location of stroke services fails to recognise the excellent service which exists at Daisy Hill Hospital. Commenting on the Trust’s statement Bradley said, “The Trust is arguing in its statement in response to last week’s public meeting that the service will be centred at Craigavon because the majority of stroke parients are admitted there. “This is more than a mere numbers game. It is about excellence and the excellence lies in the stroke unit at Daisy Hill,” Bradley insisted. SDLP’s Westminster Candidate Justin Mc Nulty said, “It does not make sense to dismantle an excellent unit in one location and move it to another location. Surely the logical and sensible thing to do is to build upon existing excellence and that lies at Daisy Hill. He added, “The SDLP will continue to campaign strongly to help ensure that this essential service is not removed from Daisy Hill Hospital.”

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  1. Keep up the pressure lads

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