Trust announces regional summit on Daisy Hill Hospital Emergency Department

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Thursday, April 27th, 2017
daisy hill newryThe Southern Health and Social Care Trust has agreed with the Department of Health to hold a regional summit on options to safely sustain the Emergency Department in Daisy Hill Hospital.
  It was confirmed at today’s Trust Board (27th April) that Trust Interim Chief Executive Stephen McNally has asked the Department to host the summit, which will be held early next week.
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25th March 2017McNally said, “The Trust Board is fully committed to Daisy Hill Hospital, and will explore every option to keep the Emergency Department open, as long as services can be safely provided.
  “This summit will bring together the collective expertise of health professionals from across Northern Ireland to support our efforts in maintaining the service in future,” added Mr McNally.
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25th March 2017 Box AdvertThe summit will include the Health and Social Care Board, the Public Health Agency, Belfast Trust, the Ambulance Service, the NI Medical and Dental Training Agency and the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority. More on this story: Future of Daisy Hill Hospital Emergency Department to be discussed today Emergency motion at Newry Council over Daisy Hill Hospital A&E Warning over ‘temporary closure’ of Daisy Hill Hospital Emergency Department  
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