Proposals to co-locate the children's hospital on the Connolly Memorial Hospital site in Blanchardstown, Dublin are being officially launched today. The plans are among those being considered by the review group on the national children’s hospital. The group's report is expected to be received by Minister for Health James Reilly by Friday. The group, chaired by Dr Frank Dolphin, was set up by Dr Reilly after An Bord Pleanála rejected the original plans for the €650 million hospital at the Mater site in Dublin’s north inner city.
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