Dáil Éireann - Volume 126 - 17 July, 1951
Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. - Crumlin-Kimmage Health Centre.
Mr. MacBride Mr. MacBride
Mr. MacBride asked the Minister for Health when it is expected that the new health centre in the Crumlin-Kimmage area of Dublin referred to in his answer on the 10th July, 1951, will be available for use, and whether he is in a position to state the nature of the medical facilities that will be provided and the number of doctors and nurses that will be in attendance there.
Dr. Ryan Dr. Ryan
Dr. Ryan: I am informed that the Dublin Board of Assistance proposes to make the new health clinic in Crumlin available for use on the 1st August next.
The clinic will provide medical facilities at general practitioner level to persons who are entitled to medical assistance under the Public Assistance Act, 1939. Two doctors and two nurses will be in attendance at the clinic.
The Dublin Corporation also proposes to utilise the clinic for the holding of clinical sessions under its existing maternity and child welfare scheme, until such time as the health centre at present being built for the corporation in this area has been completed.
Dáil Éireann 126 Ceisteanna—Questions. Oral Answers. Crumlin-Kimmage Health Centre.