Tracey Campbell-Fitzpatrick, 36, passed away in the early hours of Easter Monday 2016 following a “massive” postpartum haemorrhage just after the birth of son Max.
In a letter read to the High Court as her husband and family settled an action over Ms Campbell-Fitzpatrick’s death, the HSE and St Luke’s General Hospital in Kilkenny gave an unreserved apology for “failings in care” at the facility.
The statement from the hospital manager added: “I further apologise for the distress experienced by your family as a result of this tragic loss.
“We understand this apology cannot negate the adverse effect that the loss of your daughter, mother and sister has had on all your lives for which we are truly sorry.
Mr Justice Kevin Cross was told liability was admitted in the case when it went to mediation.
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