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About Jack Chambers

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My name is Jack Chambers and I am the Fianna Fáil Candidate for Dublin West at the next general election and I also represent the people on Fingal County Council.

This Dublin West Constituency covers the following areas:

Blanchardstown, Castleknock, Navan Road Area, Mulhuddart, Clonsilla, Carpenterstown, Hartstown Lucan North, Castaheaney, Ongar, Tyrrelstown, Corduff, Mountview.

  • I was honoured to receive such a strong mandate at the local elections from the people and I am passionate about politics and the progression of solutions to the challenges that our communities face. I will continue to represent our community in an open and honest manner and will provide a proactive and committed presence on Fingal County Council.
  • I was elected to the Council’s Audit Committee, the HSE’s Regional Health Forum, the Fingal Joint Policing Committee and the Blanchardstown Community Policing Forum. This will greatly help me to give better representation on the issues that affect people.
  • I have reopened the Fianna Fáil Constituency Office in the Laurel Lodge Shopping Centre where I hold regular clinics.
  • I have been actively involved in many of the local sports clubs throughout my youth and I have have grown up in the Dublin 15 Area having attended St. Brigid’s National School. I have a medical and legal background as well as holding an Honours Degree in Law and Political Science from Trinity College.
  • I hope to provide active representation and articulate any local or national issues of concern to you. I can be contacted at 086-4177335 or jack.chambers@outlook.com

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    Chambers tells FF Ard Fheis about need for maternity services at Connolly Hospital

          Stand-alone maternity hospitals, like we have in our capital are not the norm internationally.   And it is broadly agreed that for the best outcomes for mothers, maternity services should be co-located along with acute adult services.   Just last year the Master of the Rotunda pointed out that it is unacceptable that the hospital had to transfer 10 of its sickest patients by ambulance to high dependency units.  
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    Dublin West candidate Cllr Jack Chambers has promised better access to community healthcare for all people in West Dublin, regardless of their age or means.The Fingal Councillor was speaking at the launch of Fianna Fáil health policy Putting Patients and Services First, which puts a major focus on moving towards enhanced primary care within the community and keeping people out of hospital.Cllr Chambers was heavily critical of the Health Minister Leo Varadkar for his plans to hit families with expensive and compulsory Universal Health Insurance bills which will not result in any improved access to healthcare.
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