Progress is being made on plans for three new health
Confirmation came from the HSE that
for Dunfanaghy and Donegal town are being progressed through
partnerships while a new health
for Burtonport has been approved and will be located in a newly refurbished state of the art building at the pier.
Deputy Pat the Cope Gallagher, Leas Cheann Comhairle of the Dáil, has welcomed the progress.
“This is all welcomed news as each of these communities greatly require new facilities for the delivery of health services, from GP facilities to community nursing to speech and language services,” he said.
A new health
at Dunfanaghy is urgently required and confirmation that a PP contract is to be awarded certainly is welcomed
,” he said.
“Donegal town has also been approved for a new health
through a PPP contract and works will now progress through planning to
will provide all the needed facilities that a modern day health
must have in order to meet the needs and demands of their respective communities.”
in Burtonport is in the final stages as a great deal of work has been carried out on the building, “ he said.
“ The new
is ideally located and finished to a very high standard which will be of immense benefit to the area.
“It is only right that the HSE invest heavily in these
, for many it is these health
which are the first port of call in order to receive healthcare, be that the local GP, Community nurse, language therapy or other vital health care services. I have worked closely with others in order to get these projects progressed to today’s stage.
“Funding for health
is solid and worthwhile investments in health care and today’s confirmation is good news for Dunfanaghy, Burtonport and Donegal town,” he said.