09/04/2014

Medical Professionals To Meet For 'Emergency Health Care Summit'

A number of senior medical professionals are to meet for what has been described as an "emergency health care summit".

It is understood that the meeting is to take place in Belfast to discuss the "ongoing crisis facing emergency departments and staff".

A number of consultants, managers, GPs, nurses and union representatives are expected to attend, with Health Minister Edwin Poots to address the meeting.

(MH/JP)

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