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Mayo University Hospital hosts fourth Quality and Patient Safety Symposium tomorrow

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Mayo University Hospital (MUH) will be hosting its fourth Quality and Patient Safety Symposium in St. Mary’s Hall, Castlebar Campus, GMIT on Thursday.

Why pay more for your prescriptions?

Have you priced your prescription yet at O'Beirn's Pharmacy?

Why pay more for your prescriptions?

Have you priced your prescription yet at O'Beirn's Pharmacy?

New chairperson for hospitals’ patient council

Well-known patient advocate Neil Johnson has been elected as the first chairperson of the recently formed patient council for Saolta University Health Care Group.

UHG nurses plan industrial action after Government’s broken promises

Pyschiatric nurses from Galway and Roscommon will gather in the Clayton Hotel, Galway, tonight to consider the ongoing dispute over staffing and patient safety at the acute psychiatric unit in UHG.

Health Care Informed appointed as advisor to the State of Qatar

Health Care Informed (HCI), based in Galway and Dublin, international provider of patient safety and quality improvement support services, has been appointed as advisor to the Supreme Council of Health (SCH), Qatar.

Castlebar man appointed to international health board

Health Care Informed (HCI), based in Galway, has announced the appointment of its director John Sweeney, who is from Castlebar, to the board of The International Society for the Quality in Health Care (ISQua).

Prescription collection service in Athenry

O’Flaherty’s Pharmacy, Athenry Shopping Centre, is now offering a prescription collection service from local doctors’ surgeries in Athenry and the surrounding area. This service will be particularly helpful for patients on regular medicines, who order their prescription from the doctors and then return 24 hours later to collect the prescription.

Local med device company boosted by seed capital investment

The AIB Seed Capital Fund, co-managed by Enterprise Equity Venture Capital, and the Western Investment Fund, managed by the Western Development Commission, has completed an equity investment in Galway based medical device company Syncrophi Systems Ltd.

HSE assures mothers-to-be that key safety measures have been implemented at UHG

The HSE West has assured the 3,500 mothers-to-be who attend University Hospital Galway that key safety measures have been implemented following the tragic death of 31-year-old Indian dentist Savita Halappanavar at the hospital following a miscarriage in late October.

 

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