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David Cullinane - Health

David Cullinane is your Sinn Féin TD for Waterford.

David was elected to the Labour panel in the Seanad in 2011, having previously served as a member of Waterford City Council since 2004.

David is actively working on a number of key campaigns in Waterford, including opposition to unjust water charges, opposing cuts at University Hospital Waterford, campaigning for increased capital investment in health and education, and supporting a University for Waterford and the south-east.  

David is Sinn Féin’s National Spokesperson on Health.

Portfolio: Party Spokesperson on Health

Oireachtas Commitees: Joint Oireachtas Committee on Health, response to Covid-19

Constituency Office:
135 Barrack Street,
Waterford City
051 856066

47 Mary Street
Co. Waterford

Oireachtas office:
Leinster House
Phone: 01 6183176
Email: [email protected]

Statements (1018)

Fine Gael's legacy on Health is overcrowding, million-plus waiting lists and a strained health service - David Cullinane TD19 June, 2021

'Unacceptable' that Government rejects scrutiny on Health issues from cyberattack to vaccine rollout – David Cullinane TD18 June, 2021

Government change in tone on new National Maternity Hospital 'a welcome development' - David Cullinane TD17 June, 2021

Minister must prioritise new Cardiovascular Health Strategy – David Cullinane TD16 June, 2021

Potential of mixed vaccines for over 60s should not be ruled out – David Cullinane TD14 June, 2021

Sinn Féin condemn burning and cutting down of pride flags in Waterford12 June, 2021

Maternity Services must fully re-open to partners - David Cullinane TD11 June, 2021

HSE must support patients affected by publication of sensitive data - David Cullinane TD28 May, 2021

Medical cards expiring during HSE cyberattack fallout should be extended until renewals process can recommence - David Cullinane TD27 May, 2021

Janssen vaccine delays of serious concern - David Cullinane TD27 May, 2021

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