Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland


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Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland

The Northern Ireland (NI) body which administers health and social services in NI. It is funded by the NI Executive through its Health Department, providing both health services (like the NHS in England, Scotland and Wales) and social services through the local councils.
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Among the medical conference delegates was key note speaker Sir Liam Donaldson, whose report "The Right Time, The Right Place" highlighted a future vision of Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland.
Now the findings will be used as part of the Compton review of health and social care in Northern Ireland.
Health Minister Simon Hamilton has today announced radical changes to the way health and social care in Northern Ireland is delivered.
In response to recommendation 1 in Sir Liam Donaldson s Report the Minister said: "I am not in public service to hand over lock, stock and barrel, the future of Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland entirely to outsiders to take decisions without any democratic fail safe or local input.
The Minister continued: The compelling case laid out in the Transforming Your Care report is our road map to the future delivery of health and social care in Northern Ireland.
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