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dc.contributor.authorBeaumont Hospital.
dc.date.accessioned2015-07-10T09:57:27Zen
dc.date.available2015-07-10T09:57:27Zen
dc.date.issued1991en
dc.identifier.citationBeaumont Hospital. 199Beaumont Hospital triennial report 1988-1990. Dublin: Beaumont Hospital.en
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/10147/559441en
dc.description.abstractI have pleasure on behalf of the Board in presenting Beaumont Hospital's first Report. Of necessity, it is an omnibus edition incorporating the activities of the Hospital for our first three years of operation. In addition to providing an account of our stewardship, financial and operational. for that period, the report contains some broad indicators dealing with our development plans for the immediate years ahead. At the risk of stating the obvious, I feel it may be useful at the outset to say what Beaumont Hospital is in the context of the provision of medical services to the Irish community. Beaumont Hospital is a major acute general hospital. It serves a densely populated catchment area of some 250,000 people in North-East Dublin. It also provides a regional and national service in certain specialties. In addition, Beaumont Hospital is a major teaching hospital with special links to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Beaumont Hospital was launched in November 1987 and around that time the then Minister for Health in a major statement in the Dail on the subject of acute hospital services referred to the need to have an acute hospital system which was geared to our ability to resource it and which was efficient and caring. The Minister further indicated that the system should be organised to provide a quality medical and teaching service in a business-like manner. The essence of those statements by the Minister encapsulates what Beaumont Hospital's mission should be and the work of the Board and management has been centred around the achievement of those aims and objectives. Niall G.Weldon. Chairman.
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dc.publisherBeaumont Hospitalen
dc.subjectHOSPITALen
dc.subjectTEACHINGen
dc.subjectMEDICAL CAREen
dc.subjectQUALITYen
dc.titleBeaumont Hospital triennial report 1988-1990.en
dc.typeReporten
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refterms.dateFOA2018-08-30T13:41:29Z
html.description.abstractI have pleasure on behalf of the Board in presenting Beaumont Hospital's first Report. Of necessity, it is an omnibus edition incorporating the activities of the Hospital for our first three years of operation. In addition to providing an account of our stewardship, financial and operational. for that period, the report contains some broad indicators dealing with our development plans for the immediate years ahead. At the risk of stating the obvious, I feel it may be useful at the outset to say what Beaumont Hospital is in the context of the provision of medical services to the Irish community. Beaumont Hospital is a major acute general hospital. It serves a densely populated catchment area of some 250,000 people in North-East Dublin. It also provides a regional and national service in certain specialties. In addition, Beaumont Hospital is a major teaching hospital with special links to the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland. Beaumont Hospital was launched in November 1987 and around that time the then Minister for Health in a major statement in the Dail on the subject of acute hospital services referred to the need to have an acute hospital system which was geared to our ability to resource it and which was efficient and caring. The Minister further indicated that the system should be organised to provide a quality medical and teaching service in a business-like manner. The essence of those statements by the Minister encapsulates what Beaumont Hospital's mission should be and the work of the Board and management has been centred around the achievement of those aims and objectives. Niall G.Weldon. Chairman.


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