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More than six hundred patients being followed up by Mayo General Hospital in relation to prostate test

Mayo General Hospital, which has dispatched a letter to all doctors who requested the prostate-specific antigen (PSA) test between July 6, 2012 and June 25, 2013 advising them about the international field safety notice.

Mayor Heston welcomes new bus stop

The Fine Gael Mayor of Castlebar, Councillor Noreen Heston, has welcomed the decision to provide a bus stop at Mayo General Hospital.

Visiting restrictions at Mayo General Hospital due to winter vomiting bug

Visiting restrictions are in place in Mayo General Hospital in Castlebar due to the presence of Norovirus, commonly known as the winter vomiting bug. There has been an ongoing presence of the virus in the community over the past number of weeks. Anyone with recent symptoms of diarrhoea and/or vomiting or who had contact with others who have these symptoms should not visit patients in the hospital to avoid spreading the virus.

Mixed reaction to Mayo General’s inclusion in new hospital group

Mayo General Hospital is to be included in one of six new hospital groups being formed. The Castlebar facility will form part of a new hospital group in the west and northwest along with University Hospital Galway, Merlin Park, Sligo Regional Hospital, Letterkenny General Hospital, Portiuncula Hospital, and Roscommon County Hospital.

Bed shortage in Mayo for elderly patients

No additional beds will be opened at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Castlebar, to deal with the increasing number of elderly patients in Mayo, a meeting of the HSE West Regional Forum was told this week. The hospital is operating to the 77 bed capacity which has been set out by HIQA.

Mayo General to benefit from rheumatology service

Mayo General Hospital is to benefit from the services of a rheumatologist for 10 hours a week, a meeting of the HSE West Regional Forum heard this week.

Fourteen new mental health posts in Mayo don’t go far enough says Kilcoyne

Mayo mental health services has seen a reduction of 120 nurses from 260 to 140 since the introduction of the Croke Park Agreement three years ago, according to figures obtained by independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne. The Castlebar town councillor has hit out at An Taoiseach Enda Kenny for announcing only 14 new mental health posts in the county this week when “more than 114 are needed”.

Bed shortage in Mayo for elderly patients

No additional beds will be opened at the Sacred Heart Hospital, Castlebar, to deal with the increasing number of elderly patients in Mayo, a meeting of the HSE West Regional Forum was told this week. The hospital is operating to the 77 bed capacity which has been set out by HIQA.

Mayo General to benefit from rheumatology service

Mayo General Hospital is to benefit from the services of a rheumatologist for 10 hours a week, a meeting of the HSE West Regional Forum heard this week.

Fourteen new mental health posts in Mayo don’t go far enough says Kilcoyne

By Toni Bourke

 

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