The Irish Times - Chief executive Tony McNamara leaves hospital after 27 years. The head of the biggest hospital outside Dublin is leaving his post to work in the private sector.
Tony McNamara, chief executive officer of Cork University Hospital for the past 27 years, has told staff he is leaving the position at the end of June. Mr McNamara says he is departing with sadness to “accept other opportunities in the private sector”.
“I have been privileged to lead this outstanding hospital for over 27 years and I am deeply grateful to all staff past and present, who have contributed to the delivery of compassionate care to patients and to the development of services in the hospital,” he said in an email to staff...>>>