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03 Dec 2021

Talks on Celbridge disability centre deferred until next week

Liam Doran
Talks between the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) and bosses at St. Raphael's Centre in Celbridge have been deferred until next Monday.
The INMO, which is led by president Liam Doran, says it has serious patient safety concerns over the facility which provides services for people with disabilities.
The representative body also claims that St Raphael's has inadequate staffing levels and an inappropriate skill-mix.
A meeting to discuss the issues between the INMO and management was scheduled to take place today but will now happen on September 14.
 

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