So according to the Indo Vhi has bought out the minority shareholder in swiftcare clinics and then restricted access only to its members. So now the next time my son breaks his finger playing GAA, I've to go to an over crowded A&E and wait for hours and pay €125 instead of paying about the same to swiftcare. This announcement comes at the same time as the HSE are trying to keep hospitals for the really sick or injured and are backed up with people of trolleys, this state owned private health insurer is forcing people who happily pay out of their own pocket to get their minor injuries treated privately into a public overcrowded A&E. It just appears to me as a cynical move by vhi to grow their health insurance business. As why else would a private minor injury clinic business announce a decision that from now on it will turn away paying customers. And Indo says the Competion authority have approved it. Anyone know any more about this?