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One third of Saturday night A&E patients have alcohol consumption recorded in notes

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A new study shows that 30 per cent of people attending Irish hospital Emergency Departments on Saturday nights had alcohol recorded in their notes.

More than 1200 patients left waiting twenty-four hours in UHG emergency department in 2017

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More than 1,200 patients over the age of 75 were left waiting for more than 24 hours to be seen in the Emergency Department at Galway University Hospital in 2017.

More than 15,000 a year waiting nine hours or longer at UHG Emergency Department

More than 15,000 people a year are having to wait nine hours or longer at the UHG Emergency Department before being admitted to hospital or discharged, a situation a Galway TD has described as "unacceptable".

No movement of A&E patients says hospital

Fianna Fáil general election candidate Cllr Lisa Chambers claimed last weekend that "overflow from A&E and patients on trolleys were moved to the Medical Assessment Unit and Day Services Unit to hide the true scale of the problem from the eyes of An Taoiseach" when he was visiting the hospital last Friday to open a new cystic fibrosis unit.

Patients treated in less than an hour at minor injuries unit

Patients attending a minor injuries unit are in and out of the centre in less than an hour, according to the Roscommon Hospital-Saolta University Health Care Group.

Temporary closure of UHG beds to pile further pressure on struggling ED

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A clear contingency plan must be in place before 19 acute beds are temporarily closed at University Hospital Galway next month to facilitate the building of a 75 bed extension to the west’s biggest hospital.

Overcrowding drops off sharply at Mayo General

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The overcrowding problem at Mayo General Hospital, which saw 36 patients on trolleys waiting to be admitted on Tuesday, appeared to have eased yesterday (Thursday).

Hospitals group admits not all patients given privacy and dignity

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The West/North West Hospitals Group has admitted that despite ongoing efforts by staff and management at University Hospital Galway “not all emergency department patients are afforded privacy and dignity”.

Learn to save a Life

Learn to save a Life

First Aid Training Service is a Galway-based company which provides an extensive range of first aid courses both locally and nationally. The company was set up in 2001 by Seán Sweeney and Martin Commins, who both been involved in first aid for most of their adult lives.

 

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