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Ninety jobs are to come on-stream with the location of an international pharmaceutical company in Monksland.
Local TD Denis Naughten is reminding local students that there are just under two weeks left to apply for a higher education grant for the 2013/2014 academic year.
Local TD, Denis Naughten questioned Minister Richard Bruton in the Dáil this week on steps being taken to address the loss of up to 230 staff in two important local employers, Alkermes and Covidien.
Minister for Health, James Reilly has agreed to allow the Emergency Aeromedical Support (EAS) air ambulance based in Custume Barracks to continue for three months while the 12 month pilot scheme is reviewed.
Local TD Denis Naughten has voiced concern that the new hospital grouping plans, along with the ongoing HIQA report into maternity services, may detrimentally impact on the provision of maternity services in Portiuncula Hospital.
Roscommon Hospital is to gain a rehabilitation unit, while there are fears that Portiuncula Hospital’s maternity unit may be under threat, after the hospitals become part of a new group announced by the Minister for Health on Tuesday.
The consultation process with Alkermes employees started on Wednesday, April 10, after it was announced earlier this week that up to 130 jobs were to go at the biopharmaceutical plant in Monksland.
Last week saw the official opening of Eurona Brisknet’s new offices in Roscommon.
Deputy Denis Naughten is to raise his concerns regarding the transfer of patients from Roscommon County Hospital to Cloverhill Private Nursing Home over last weekend when he meets with hospital management this morning [Friday].
The Custume Barracks-based air ambulance has completed 100 missions since the service began in June. That is according to local TD Denis Naughten who said that the frequency of call-outs clearly highlights the importance of this service to communities throughout the Midlands and west; it again highlights the need for the establishment of a national helicopter emergency service which could transport patients directly from the scene of an accident to a major trauma centre.