The medical treatment that has been used by Spaniards in the last few months for gallbladder problems, as well as the treatments for their own bladder, are to be offered in the Republic of Ireland for the first time.
Source: www.irishtimes.com/health/news/health-care-firms-to-offer-medical-treatment-in-spain-to – 1 commentToday, patients who have been diagnosed with gallbladders will be able to receive treatment through the National Health Service (NHS).
A spokesperson for the Irish Health Service said the first patients would be covered in the next two months.
“The service is designed to meet the needs of patients and staff who are unable to access the NHS in the short term due to a gallblame,” the spokesperson said.
It comes after the Irish Times revealed last month that the NHS has agreed to cover treatment for patients with gallstones in Spain.
The move is part of a new partnership between the NHS and Spanish healthcare provider Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) to provide the same treatment in Ireland.
In March, the Irish Government announced that it was funding €2.8 million ($2.93 million) in funding to support Spanish-speaking patients who are suffering from gallstones and their treatment.
In addition, the Government is also funding €250,000 to Spanish-language services for the next six months to help Spanish patients recover from gallblains.
This funding will cover the costs of a specialist specialist gallblade specialist in Madrid and the treatment of gallstones at a hospital in Granada.
Granada is the country’s second-largest city.
The Gallbladders Network, which is run by MSF, is one of the biggest healthcare providers in the world.
Its patients include patients suffering from the chronic condition gallblades, as many as 1.3 million are in Spain each year.
The number of patients with these conditions is increasing and they are often referred to MSF in Spain, where they are treated at the Granada hospital.
The network is currently treating about 50 patients each day, mostly from Spain and Italy.
The Spanish Health Minister, Mariano Rajoy, announced in May that there would be a new specialist hospital in Spain that would be run by the Gallblades Network.
Mariano said at the time that it would offer treatments similar to those offered in England, but with a higher level of quality.
Source : The Irish Independent