Dáil Éireann - Volume 401 - 11 July, 1990
Written Answers. - Hospital Admissions.
Mr. McGahon Mr. McGahon
33. Mr. McGahon asked the Minister for Health if he will outline the hospital in the North Eastern Health Board region which has had the highest number of medical, surgical and other admissions in the last five years; and the comparative figures for each hospital in the health board area, in that period.
Minister for Health (Dr. O'Hanlon) Rory O'Hanlon
Minister for Health (Dr. O'Hanlon): The acute hospital in the North-Eastern health board region which has had the highest number of admissions in each of the last five years is Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda. Data on admissions for each acute hospital in the region for 1985 to 1989 is set out in the table below.
Admissions to Acute Hospitals, North-Eastern Health Board Region, 1985 to 1989
*Drogheda Cottage Hospital closed in June 1988.
Dáil Éireann 401 Written Answers. Hospital Admissions.