Our Mission is to improve the health and wellbeing of people in Ireland: by keeping people healthy; providing the healthcare people need; delivering high quality services and getting best value from health system resources.
The Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD today (Saturday 18th November 2017) acknowledged European Antibiotic Awareness Day as part of the World Health Organisation’s (WHO) World Antibiotic Awareness Week and welcomed Ireland’s continuing active engagement in this important initiative. The Minister noted that European Antibiotic Awareness Day has been a very successful event across Europe
Interim Report of The Commission of Investigation (Certain matters relative to a disability service in the South East and related matters)
The Commission of Investigation (Certain matters relative to a disability service in the South East and related matters) was established on 21st March 2017. The terms of reference of the Commission are available to view on our website Part II a) (i) of the terms of reference require that the Commission complete an interim report on
Our Policy A - Z
Our new National Cancer Strategy 2017 – 2026 is an ambitious 10 year plan that aims for survival rates that will be among the top in Europe, by focusing on prevention, early diagnosis, treatment and quality of life.
The Strategy sets out four goals that will be crucial to the achievement of this vision, with a number of objectives pertaining to each goal. The goals are as follows:
- Reduce the Cancer Burden;
- Provide Optimal Care;
- Maximise Patient Involvement and Quality of Life; and
- Enable and Assure Change.