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Aoife Ni Eochaidh is a chartered physiotherapist and winner of the BPW and Irish permanent Galway Young Business Woman of the Year Award. She is an experienced chartered physiotherapist who runs her private clinic from Suite 14, Bon Secours Consultant Clinic in Renmore, Galway. Ms Ni Eochaidh has announced new home pelvic routine courses, which are affordable digital learning courses for people worldwide with incontinence and pelvic conditions.
Bernadette Darcy from the Mayo University Hospital has recently been awarded the WaterWipes Pure Foundation Fund, which acknowledges excellence in midwifery and nursing, recognising the incredible work of midwives and those nurses involved in the pregnancy, birth and postnatal journey.
Local Fianna Fáil Minister of State, Deputy Robert Troy, has welcomed confirmation form the Department of Health that nursing home residents are now permitted to have two visits a week on compassionate grounds as care facilities benefit from the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccination programme.
Galway Hospice has launched its 2021 Car Raffle, with the first prize a brand-new Toyota Yaris, supplied by Parsons Garage Tuam.
Eye strain and other sight-related issues have increased significantly since the first pandemic lockdown as new research finds 42 percent of people have noticed their sight deteriorate since March 2020.
In early January, all but very urgent and time critical inpatient and day surgery was curtailed in Mayo University Hospital (MUH).
Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell has called on the Minister for Health to quit delaying and pay student nurses and midwives.
On Thursday morning, January 7 2021 - 91-year-old (Ellen) Agnes Bourke from Rathall, Crossmolina was the first resident at the St Augusitne's Community Nursing Unit in Ballina to be vaccinated against Covid-19.
Mayo University Hospital (MUH) is reverting to virtual outpatient clinics for the next two weeks and most elective procedures at the hospital have also been deferred, apart from time-critical procedures and cancer cases, which are still going ahead. Patients are being notified directly of cancellations.
Local hospitals are under “extreme pressure” and it would not take a lot to “push them over the edge” the chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group warned this week.