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Blood Buddies campaign launched

The Irish Blood Transfusion Service launched a new campaign which aims to increase public awareness of blood types and to encourage donors to bring their friends or “buddies” along with them when giving blood.

No financial gain for rehired HSE ‘pensioners’

An HSE official has declared there is ‘no financial gain’ to pensioners recently rehired to work for the service following their retirement. Francis Rogers of the HSE said that its policy is not to rehire pensioners “and that is very clear.”

Home help for the elderly cut to the bone

The HSE West regional director of operations has revealed that reductions in home help hours for the elderly will mean that taking care of patients’ social needs will be dropped altogether in order to concentrate on providing clinical patient care only.

HSE West Regional Director supports local medical card system

Regional director of operations with HSE West, John Hennessy, has said he would like to see medical card applications dealt with as much as possible on a local basis, rather than under the newly centralised system that has been introduced to new headquarters in Finglas, Dublin.

HSE West publishes plan to maintain critical services with tight budget

Critical services will be maintained despite the effects of retirements and budget restraints, that is according to regional director of operations John Hennessy at the launch of the West Area Service Plan for 2012.

Pilot hospital funding programme decreases bed days by one fifth

If a pilot funding programme for elective procedures at Galway University Hospitals is extended it will result in further efficiencies and will reduce waiting times for patients.

Stay safe in these holidays

The HSE West has urged people to observe simple safety tips to help them stay well and have an enjoyable New Year’s

Public meeting held over Roscommon hospital future

A public meeting was held in Roscommon yesterday [Thursday] evening in an attempt to clarify what health services are available at Roscommon Hospital and what proposals there are for the hospital’s future.

New hospital CEO must sort out A&E and waiting lists says health forum head

The new chief executive to be appointed to Galway University Hospitals (UHG and Merlin Park) must put ironing out the problems at UHG’s emergency department and dealing with extensive outpatient waiting lists top of his/her priorities, the chairperson of the HSE West’s regional health forum said this week.

Minister views plans for €13m capital developments at St Luke’s

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Plans for the long awaited upgrade of several departments in St Luke’s General Hospital were revealed earlier this week at a media briefing at the Education Centre at the hospital. The new development is expected to get underway in September of this year.

 

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