Deputy Michael Lowry has confirmed that signing of the contracts to allow construction work to commence on the two new, state of the art, surgical suites in Nenagh General Hospital will take place today. This move marks the culmination of the investment package that Deputy Lowry obtained for the hospital and secures the future of Nenagh General Hospital into the future.
Deputy Lowry stated that;
“I am pleased to now be able to confirm that the HSE will today formally sign a contractual agreement on the final stage of this investment package, two new surgical suites, with an estimated cost of over €2.5 million. Clancy Construction, a Tipperary company have been granted the tender for this project and it is estimated that the building works on site will take approximately 12 months.”
“These new operating theatres will be an important boost for Nenagh Hospital and will guarantee its future as a centre of excellence for healthcare in Tipperary. These units will increase the throughput of the hospital and protect its status ensure as a vibrant essential service into the future.”