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Bon Secours Hospital first hospital in Ireland to receive ISO certification for its clinical sterile service department

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A local private hospital with a “very robust” and “mature management system” is the first hospital in Ireland to receive ISO certification for its clinical sterile service department.

Ambulance crisis leaves mother waiting for 45 minutes after daughter’s seizure

Fianna Fail candidate for the Tuam area, Nora Fahy, has highlighted the growing crisis in the ambulance service in the region after a young east Galway mother was left waiting up to 45 minutes for an ambulance when her daughter had a seizure.

The Central Hospital

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“The newly constituted County Hospitals and Dispensary Committee met for the first time on the 25th of February, 1922, in the boardroom of the old gate lodge of the old workhouse to organise the transfer of the Galway Hospital (Infirmary) on Prospect Hill to the workhouse site.” The hospital (which was where the county council buildings are today) had come under the control of the county council the previous year and it wisely decided that it should be closed and the workhouse developed as a central hospital to serve city and county. The Prospect Hill unit was phased out and ultimately closed in December 1924.

Mayo cancer patients missing out on beds at UHG due to A&E overcrowding

Mayo cancer patients are being treated like second class citizens at University Hospital Galway’s centre of excellence according to a local deputy.

The case of the Craughwell Prisoners

In the 1880s the Land War was at its height. It was a prolonged period of bitter civic unrest which pitted an unprotected peasantry against some ruthless landlords, who had the law and power of eviction at their disposal. Following the Great Famine a weakened tenant peasantry was easily removed from the land. It began a pitiful trail to the workhouse, and the emigrant ships. But as the century progressed the situation changed. The highly organised Irish National Land League supported evicted farmers; while members of the Irish Parliamentary Party in Westminster fought for legislation which would eventually see a redistribution of land to tenants.

UHG junior doctor sent inappropriate texts and emails to female colleagues, hearing is told

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A junior doctor sent inappropriate text messages and emails to female colleagues within a fortnight of starting work at University Hospital, Galway, a Medical Council Fitness to PractiSe hearing was told this week.

UHG junior doctor sent inappropriate texts and emails to female colleagues, hearing is told

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A junior doctor sent inappropriate text messages and emails to female colleagues within a fortnight of starting work at University Hospital, Galway, a Medical Council Fitness to PractiSe hearing was told this week.

Taoiseach opens €15m facelift at Bon Secours

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More jobs are to be created at the Bon Secours Hospital due to the proposed addition of new services, the official opening of the new €15 million expansion of facilities at the Renmore hospital was told recently.

UHG needs more resources to cope with Roscommon influx

More resources must be allocated to University Hospital Galway to meet growing demands being placed on it as a result of the recent decision to close Roscommon County Hospital’s A&E department and shift all its acute emergency services to hospitals in the surrounding areas.

UHG appointments made because it did not compare with other hospitals

The HSE’s decision to appoint an additional three-person management team at Galway University Hospitals was taken because the existing management structure did not compare with other Irish teaching hospitals, the health authority’s regional director of operations said this week.

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