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T he new acute adult mental health unit, which opened in the grounds of University Hospital Galway recently, represents a major step forward for local psychiatric services, the former chairperson of the HSE West's regional health forum said this week.
A €10 million primary care facility is to be located on the site of the Shantalla Health Centre.
It is “completely unacceptable” that only four of 25 community health teams in the Galway/Mayo/Roscommon region, have a full staff allocation, according to Fianna Fáil Galway East TD and spokesperson on children and youth affairs, Anne Rabbitte.
The Minister for Health, Simon Harris will officially open Mountbellew Primary Care Centre tomorrow (Friday) at 10am.
The immediate future of a local counselling service for young people - which helped 800 children and teenagers since it was set up five years ago - is secure following a decision by the HSE West to fund its work for the rest of the year.
A Fianna Fail county councillor from Headford has become the first woman chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum.
Work at St Vincent’s Care Centre is on schedule for completion and the centre should be operational by March 2017.
The HSE this week published the Independent Report of the Áras Attracta (McCoy) Review Group. Following the broadcast of the Prime Time programme Inside Bungalow 3 by RTE in December 2014, the HSE commissioned the McCoy Review Group to undertake an independent review of the quality of care being provided in Áras Attracta. The findings of the Review Group are presented over a series of three reports.
Three new primary care centres were announced for Mayo this week as part of a bundle of 14 centres across the country, the three new centres will be located in Ballinrobe, Claremorris, and Westport. The centres are being funded by The European Investment Bank.