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Hiring more frontline staff only way to deal with hospital overcrowding

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The creation of an Irish National Health Service and the hiring of more frontline staff is the only way to tackle that the overcrowding in UHG, where, as of last week, 47 people were waiting on a hospital bed.

Councillors stand with striking nurses

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The Mayor of Galway, along with other city councillors, joined nurses protesting outside UHG on Wednesday morning, and called on the Government to address the INMO concerns around recruitment and retention.

Almost 2,000 on trolleys without hospital beds in Mayo last year

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A total of 1,998 patients went without hospital beds at Mayo University Hospital in 2018, according to new figures released this week by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO).

More than forty patients waiting on trollies in UHG, new IMMO figures show

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There are currently 42 patients waiting on trolleys in UHG, the third highest in the State, according to figures released this week by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation.

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Report shows overcrowding at midlands hospitals

 

Naughton endorses INMO call for additional bed capacity at UHG

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Dep Hildegarde Naughton has this week endorsed the statement by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation that streamlining of services at University Hospital Galway has not solved the overcrowding crisis, and that additional bed capacity is needed.

Number of patients treated on trolleys at UHG almost doubles over last year

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More than 600 patients were treated on trolleys in the UHG’s emergency department in May this year - an increase of 92 per cent from 349 in May 2016 - a statistic a Galway TD has described as “scandalous”.

Number of patients treated on trolleys at UHG almost doubles over last year

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More than 600 patients were treated on trolleys in UHG's emergency department in May this year - an increase of 92 per cent from 349 in May 2016 - a statistic a Galway TD has described as "scandalous".

Union raises concerns regarding St Vincent’s Care Centre

 

 

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