Charter of the Adelaide and Meath Hospital Dublin incorporating the National Children's Hospital
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AbstractThe Charter of The Adelaide and Meath Hospital, Dublin, Incorporating The National Children's-Hospital, took legal effect on 1 August, 1996. The Charter is the result of extensive amendments of The Charter of The Adelaide Hospital. Dublin. The Oireachtas approved these amendments in the Health Act, 1970 (Section 76) (Adelaide and Meath Hospital Dublin, Incorporating The National Children's Hospital) Order 1996. This Order was facilitated by the Health (Amendment) (No. 2) Act, 1996 which is attached here, as an appendix to the Charter (Pages 65-72).
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The Adelaide and Meath Hospital, incorporating the National Children's Hospital ("The Hospital") report to the Minister for Health and Children on management, reporting and control, service provision and the financial position of the hospital in the context of the recent merger of the base hospitals and the move to the new hospital at Tallaght.Deloitte & Touche (Deloitte & Touche, 1998-12-03)The Adelaide and Meath Hospital, incorporating the National Children's Hospital, ("AMINCH") is established under a Charter as amended by an Order passed by both houses of the Oireachtas in July 1996. AMINCH came into being on I August 1996. AMINCH reflects the merger of the three separate entities of the Adelaide Hospital. the Meath Hospital and the National Children's Hospital, each of which had in its own right a long tradition of providing hospital services in the Dublin area. AMINCH has operated from the new hospital in Tallaght since 21 June 1998. The Charter under which AMINCH is established is derived from the Charter of the former Adelaide Hospital. It sets down the religious character of the Hospital and provides for a multi-denominational and pluralist approach to the provision of services in the Hospital.