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GPs have an important role to play in helping older people throughout Westmeath to get more physical activity, according to health experts.
The Minister for Rural and Community Development, Michael Ring, last Friday launched a new rapid response vehicle for the Irish Community Rapid Response (ICRR). The Mayo ICRR rapid response vehicle, which has been donated by Renault Ireland, will enable local GPs to respond swiftly to medical emergencies. At the lanch event, ICRR volunteer GPs based in Mayo also received their defibrillators and emergency bags which have been funded by the Department of Rural and Community Development.
Thermo King, a manufacturer of transport temperature control solutions for a variety of mobile applications and a brand of Ingersoll Rand, this week announced the acquisition of Galway-based Celtrak.
Free GP care should now be extended to all children under 12, according to Galway West TD Derek Nolan.
Some 78 per cent of Mayo GPs, 66 in total, have so far signed-up to provide free GP services to children under six.
Blood Bike West, a charitable organisation which provides an emergency out-of-hours free service to the HSE in the west of Ireland, now has GPS tracking devices on all its vehicles, thanks to the support of a local telematics company.
Deputy Michelle Mulherin confirmed she has secured a meeting with Minister of State Alex White for Mayo GPs who have expressed concerns in relation to the terms of proposed contract to realise the Government's plan for the provision of a free GP service to all children aged under six years in the country.
A Galway company has scooped the Service Exporter of the Year award.
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Civil Engineering students in Galway-Mayo Institute of Technology are to benefit from the purchase of new hi-tech land surveying equipment and a new Global Positioning System (GPS) station, purchased by the GMIT Department of Building and Civil Engineering.