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Taoiseach Leo Varadkar refused to comment on the continuing crisis in Irish hospitals yesterday when he attended the launch of a new Government-backed health initiative.
When asked by reporters if he would like to talk about the trolley crisis, Mr Varadkar responded that he was happy to launch the new 2018 Healthy Ireland campaign at Croke Park.
"The report found that instead of needing up to 9,000 extra beds over the next 10 years, the implementation of Slaintecare measures would see that number reduced to around 2,500.
"All NCHD's receive a salary based on their contract including overtime when it is incurred and rostered.
Last week saw record numbers of people waiting to be treated while lying on trolleys in cramped hospital corridors.
Officials are now concerned these figures will increase over the weekend as more patients attend hospitals seeking treatment.
NAGP chairman Dr Andy Jordan criticised former health minister Dr James Reilly, who last week called for greater investment in primary care.
He said the profession was blighted by young doctors choosing to emigrate and that a recruitment crisis looms.