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Bantry Hospital to get new endoscopy unit as part of €5.4m investment

Monday, 3rd December, 2018 2:24pm
Bantry Hospital to get new endoscopy unit as part of €5.4m investment

GOOD news for Bantry today as the Health Minister paid a visit to the town’s hospital.

Accompanied by local FG TD Jim Daly, Minister Simon Harris announced funding for a new endoscopy unit.

He also announced plans for rehabilitation units at Bantry General Hospital.

Construction on both is to begin in 2020, thanks to an investment of over €5.4m.