Health Minister invited to Sligo to set out health strategy

Health Minister invited to Sligo to set out health strategy

Hundreds of people are expected to sign letters of invitation to the Health Minister in Sligo today.

They are inviting Mary Harney to Sligo to set out her long-term plans for health services in the region.

There will be signing stations at the top and bottom of O'Connell Street in Sligo where people will be given the opportunity to sign their personal invitation to the Minister.

The signed invitations will be displayed along the street to show the level of concern for the future of regional health services.


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