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# Cathal Magee

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New HSE chief appointed by Minister for Health
Department of Health’s Tony O’Brien appointed as the new Director General-designate.
Does Roisin Shortall have confidence in James Reilly?
The junior health minister is asked – FOUR times – whether she has confidence in her superior, and doesn’t say Yes…
The Evening Fix: Thursday
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
The Evening Fix: Wednesday
Things we learned, loved and shared today.
HSE’s Magee: Cutting back in spending will probably mean bed closures
The departing chief executive says he’d also be happy to stay around if the government wasn’t pursuing radical reforms.
Kenny insists HSE chief has not been forced out
Enda Kenny came under fire over the proposed restructuring of the Health Service Executive during Leaders’ Questions in the Dáil today.
HSE chief confirms that he is to step down
Cathal Magee’s departure has been announced today as part of changes in the management structure of the Health Service Executive.
HSE chief to face questions over health spending
Cathal Magee will appear before an Oireachtas committee today – with questions likely to focus on nursing home care.
HSE chief executive to be questioned by TDs and senators
Cathal Magee will face questions about the health service crisis when he appears before an Oireachtas committee.
Nurses to continue protest over conditions at Limerick hospital
Nurses at the Mid Western Regional Hospital held what they called an “angry” meeting yesterday during which they decided to stage a protest outside Government buildings in Dublin next week.
Who are the HSE board members James Reilly will ask to resign?
The minister for health is expected to ask the 12 members of the HSE board to resign today but who are they?
Officials "cannot investigate" waste of HSE training funds
Reps from the HSE can’t investigate details of trips abroad, because SIPTU has the document it needs.