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Intensive care following Battery Heights fire

A man remains in intensive care in hospital following a house fire in Battery Heights on Wednesday this week.

Mayo General A&E remains busy

According to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation there are 25 people being treated on trolleys at Mayo General Hospital today out of 475 nationwide.

Making hospital a happier place for children

A fun-filled roadshow together with a group of children’s entertainers will visit young patients in local hospitals next week.

Mayo patients endure longer waiting times, but waiting lists are reduced

Mayo General Hospital, while reducing its waiting times for all specialities over the past number of years, is still longer than the national average. The average waiting time for all specialities at Mayo General Hospital is 3.2 months, despite the national average falling to 2.6 months.

Mayo patients endure longer waiting times, but waiting lists are reduced

Mayo General Hospital, while reducing its waiting times for all specialities over the past number of years, is still longer than the national average. The average waiting time for all specialities at Mayo General Hospital is 3.2 months, despite the national average falling to 2.6 months.

Report on intensive care at Portiuncula imminent – Naughten

Local TD Denis Naughten has been informed by the Health Minister that the report on the review of the intensive and coronary care services at Portiuncula Hospital is expected to be completed shortly.

Maternity cuts at Portiuncula would undoubtedly put lives at risk - McFadden

Fine Gael Longford/Westmeath Senator Nicky McFadden has warned of the danger of cutting maternity services at Portiuncula Hospital and the threat it would pose to the lives of expectant mothers and their unborn babies.

Numbers attending Portiuncula’s early pregnancy unit up by fifty per cent

The numbers of women attending Portiuncula Hospital’s Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU) rose by almost 50 per cent between March and September this year compared to the same period last year.

Numbers attending Portiuncula’s early pregnancy unit up by fifty per cent

The numbers of women attending Portiuncula Hospital’s Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU) rose by almost 50 per cent between March and September this year compared to the same period last year.

 

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