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Public meeting held over Roscommon hospital future

A public meeting was held in Roscommon yesterday [Thursday] evening in an attempt to clarify what health services are available at Roscommon Hospital and what proposals there are for the hospital’s future.

Local jobs under threat after Aviva job losses announced

Jobs in Castlebar may be under threat following the announcement that Aviva is shedding almost 1,000 staff throughout its Irish and European operations, due to the merging of Aviva Ireland with Aviva UK and the restructuring of its European regional operations.

Roscommon hospital group supports INMO action

The Roscommon Hospital Action Committee has said it is “fully supportive” of the industrial action being undertaken by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation at Limerick Regional Hospital.

Future of Aviva jobs in Galway remains uncertain

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A crunch meeting between trade union officials and Aviva management held yesterday morning did little to allay fears for jobs throughout the insurance company’s Irish operations, with some jobs in Galway also thought to be at risk.

Future of Aviva jobs in Galway remains uncertain

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A crunch meeting between trade union officials and Aviva management held yesterday morning did little to allay fears for jobs throughout the insurance company’s Irish operations, with some jobs in Galway also thought to be at risk.

Investigation launched into medical records found in Roscommon bin

There are concerns among patients from Westmeath and Longford amid claims that patient records discovered in a bin outside Roscommon Hospital relate to former patients of Mullingar Hospital.

Investigation launched into medical records found in Roscommon bin

There are concerns among patients from Westmeath and Longford amid claims that patient records discovered in a bin outside Roscommon Hospital relate to former patients of Mullingar Hospital.

Westport to Dublin train disrupted by Roscommon Hospital protester

The Westport to Dublin train line was disrupted this week by a protester campaigning against cuts to A&E services at Roscommon County Hospital.

Let down by the HSE — again

The extent of the problems which exist within the health service became glaringly apparent this week with the major catastrophe which developed surrounding the provision of patient transport to certain treatments.

“People will die unnecessarily” - hospital action group

“People will die unnecessarily” was the grim message from chairman of the Roscommon Hospital Action Committee, as the group prepared to meet yesterday evening [Thursday] to decide on the next step in their battle to save local hospital services.

 

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