Freedom of Information – Publications Scheme
Section 8 of the Freedom of Information (FOI) Act 2014 requires Temple Street Children’s University Hospital to prepare and publish as much information as possible in an open and accessible manner on a routine basis outside of FOI, having regard to the principles of openness, transparency and accountability. The scheme commits us to making information available as part of our normal business activities.
Please find Temple Street FOI Publication Scheme below. Each page contains relevant information in the category as well as links to relevant information on the Temple Street website.
If the information you require cannot be found here, you may wish to conduct a search on the Temple Street website . If the information is not currently made publicly available by the Temple Street website, you may consider making a Freedom of Information Request.
Who we are and what we do
The services we offer
How we make decisions
National Service Plans
National Models of Care
- National Model of Care for Paediatric Healthcare Services in Ireland – and Faculty of Paediatrics, RCPI (December 2016)
- Model of Care for Neonatal Services in Ireland – HSE and Faculty of Paediatrics, RCPI (November 2015)
Evidence to support the co-location of the new children’s hospital with St James’s Hospital, Dublin 8
- Report of Review Group of National Children’s Hospital (Dolphin Report) (June 2012)
- National Paediatric Hospital Independent Review – Commissioned by James Reilly, TD, Minister for Health. Part 1 –Financial Analysis (July 2011)
- KPMG Independent Review of Maternity and Gynaecology Services in the Greater Dublin Area – commissioned by the HSE – August 2008
- Report of the Joint Health Service Executive / Department of Health and Children Task Group to advise on the optimum location of the new national paediatric hospital (May 2006)
Quality Improvement Plans (QIP)
- Hygiene Quality Improvement Plan, Status Report, Quarter 1, 2017
- Hygiene Quality Improvement Plan, 2016 / 2017, against the Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections
Temple Street Children’s University Hospital acknowledges the publication on 28th October 2016 of the final Report of the monitoring assessment of the National Standards for the Prevention and Control of Healthcare Associated Infections (NSPCHCAI) on www.hiqa.ie. > Read More.
What we spend
- Temple Street Children’s University Hospital signed Financial Statement Year ended 31/12/15
- Temple Street Balanced Scorecard – June 2016 (mid-year review)
- 2016 Temple Street Monitoring Report – Capital Projects Q1&2 update
Procurement – how we spend
Our Commitment to BUSINESS RELATIONSHIPS | To our suppliers
We are committed to fair competition among prospective suppliers and to acting in an ethical manner in our business relationships. We promote competitive procurement to the maximum extent practicable. We always employ the highest ethical standards in business practices in source selection, negotiation, determination of contract awards and the administration of all purchasing activities. We comply with contractual obligations not to disclose vendor confidential information unless permitted under the contract or otherwise authorised by the vendor or required by law. In addition, we encourage our suppliers to adopt their own set of comparable ethical principles consistent with their industry’s best practice. We manage our supplier relationships in a fair and reasonable manner.