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Ombudsman Peter Tyndall says that some people are confused about an EU healthcare scheme which provides for medical treatment abroad. He also wants more people to be aware of the scheme.
Ombudsman Peter Tyndall discusses the research report 'Meeting Older People’s Preference for Care: Policy, but what about practice?' which was published by Age Action along with the IASW, the Alzheimer Society and UCD
Ombudsman Peter Tyndall met with Ireland’s Institutes of Technology in Galway to highlight his role in examining complaints from the public about the third-level education sector.
Ombudsman Peter Tyndall was in studio on June 28 to talk to Ray and answer some of the listeners questions
Ombudsman Peter Tyndall wants to see more people complain about services provided by public bodies such as government departments, local authorities and the HSE. Launching his annual report for 2015 today (2 June 2016) the Ombudsman said that complaints can be used to improve the delivery of public services.
Ombudsman Peter Tyndall has today issued guidelines to public service providers on the importance of giving a proper apology if things go wrong
A man complained to Ombudsman Peter Tyndall after the Department of Agriculture, Food and the Marine sought to recover a grant of over €25,000 from him following flooding of his land in Kerry.
Ombudsman Peter Tyndall has welcomed today’s report of the Joint Oireachtas Committee on Public Service Oversight and Petitions (PSOP) on the ‘Role and Remit of an Ombudsman’.
Ombudsman Peter Tyndal featured in a number of articles in the Irish Examiner on Monday 11 January 2016.
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