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Is the HSE the right model for health care in Ireland?

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How can we speak coherently about Galway's health services at a time where our media's daily diet is composed of negative stories concerning Government failure to properly ensure medical care for its own citizens?

People power petition answered at Mulranny ambulance base

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People power seems to have won the day in Mulranny as news was welcomed this week that the ambulance base there is to be fully staffed for the first time since it officially opened a year ago.

Response times to emergency calls to be improved in Mayo

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The HSE’s National Ambulance Service (NAS) has introduced three new intermediate care ambulances in Castlebar as part of its commitment to develop and improve response times to life threatening emergency calls in Mayo. The introduction of the intermediate care ambulance service is a central part of the improvement of response times for the ambulance service in the county.

Autumn offers with Irish Ambulance Training Institute

The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, located in Ballybrit, Galway, is accommodating a range of new courses over the coming months for those with a keen interest in pursing a profession in the medical sector. This award winning institute boasts an impressive history of reputable courses which educated students in the fields of first aid and emergency care. There is also an extensive range of FETAC courses available for those intent on seeking employment as a healthcare assistant.

Autumn offers from the Irish Ambulance Training Institute

The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, the award winning national training institute headquartered in Ballybrit, Galway, is offering a wide range of courses over the coming months to those who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare sector.

Autumn offers with the Irish Ambulance Training Institute

The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, an award winning national training institute headquartered in Ballybrit, Galway, is offering a wide range of courses over the coming months to those who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare sector. The institute has a long history of delivering courses in the first aid and emergency care fields and also offers an expansive range of FETAC accredited courses for those working as or seeking employment as healthcare assistants. The institute is offering the most comprehensive range of healthcare training courses available nationwide.

Comprehensive courses in the healthcare field

The Irish Ambulance Training Institute, the award winning national training institute headquartered in Ballybrit, Galway, is offering a wide range of courses over the coming months to those who wish to pursue a career in the healthcare sector.

Formal qualification available for healthcare assistants

New HIQA national standards for residential care settings for older people in Ireland require staff to hold a nationally and internationally recognised qualification. With this in mind, and predicted future recruitment demand for healthcare assistants set to average 2,300 per annum between 2011 and 2020 (Skills and Labour Market Research Unit of FÁS Report), completing a Major Award at FETAC Level 5 in Healthcare Support or Nursing Studies can give those seeking work as healthcare assistants a formal qualification and can put them in a position where their skills are in high demand.

Slippery conditions cause upsurge in fractures

Emergency departments across the Midlands have reported an upsurge in the number of people with fractures caused by the recent spell of severe weather.

 

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