Dr Paul Oslizlok is a senior paediatric cardiologist at Our Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin
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Children's cardiac surgery RVH move to Dublin 'would take time'

It would take "one to two years" for a Dublin hospital to build up capacity to take on the demands of children's cardiac surgery from Belfast, says a senior paediatric cardiologist.

Outgoing Stormont health minister Edwin Poots said an expert review had found the service should move from the Royal Victoria Hospital to Dublin.

Dr Paul Oslizlok told the BBC he was not surprised by the findings.