Letter from Tony O’Brien to Simon Harris on March 6 saying it was the right time for him to announce he was stepping down from the HSE “in light of the significant progress being made to reform the health service” #cervicalcheck pic.twitter.com/8KzQSBc44T
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Leinster House, Dublin 2
Director General of HSE Tony O Brien arrives at Leinster House to attend the Health Committee on the CervicalCheck scandal.
More to follow.
Earlier: Meanwhile, In The Dail
Director General of the Health Service Executive this afternoon
Tony O’Brien has said that of the 17 women whose smear tests were the subject of a review and who have since passed away, two had the results of their review communicated to them before they died.
The numbers relating to the 208 women whose smear tests were the subject of review who have been informed remain at 46, while 162 have not been told, Mr O’Brien confirmed to the committee…