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Review of regional maternity services shelved

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Outspoken Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne has hit out at management at HSE West for forking out €20,000 for a faulty review of maternity services in the region.

Roisin Tansy fund to take on Tochar challenge

The Tochar Pháidraig walk from Ballintubber Abbey to Croagh Patrick will take place on Sunday week, June 28. Fundraisers for the Roisin Tansey Fund will be doing the walk to raise money for the fund. They have asked that anyone who would like to join them on the walk or to sponsor them to contact James Keane on 087 9622946 or email [email protected] or donate online at www.roisintanseyfund.com.

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Call for Mayo General to be taken out of maternity review

Fears about the future of the maternity unit at Mayo General Hospital continued to grow as new details emerged this week about the confidential draft review of services that is under way at hospitals in the west and northwest.

Report calls for more midwives at Mayo General

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) released a new report yesterday (Thursday) stating that Mayo General Hospital needs five additional midwives to bring it in line with international maternity unit staffing standards.

Mayo General stubs out smoking on hospital grounds

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Mayo General Hospital will be a completely smoke free zone from next Wednesday, March 5.

Mayo General stubbing out smoking on grounds

Mayo General Hospital will be a completely smoke free zone from next Wednesday, March 5.

Maternity report had to go public — Kilcoyne

The future of maternity services at Mayo General Hospital has been put firmly on the agenda around the county this week, following revelations from Independent councillor Michael Kilcoyne that a draft report proposed the closure of a number of maternity units in the region, including at Mayo General.

One in four babies born by C-section at Mayo General

More than one-in-four babies are born by Caesarean section at Mayo General Hospital, according to new figures released this week.

O’Mahony welcomes drop in numbers waiting on trolleys

The reduction in patients waiting on trolleys at Mayo General Hospital by one third since 2010 has been welcomed by Mayo, Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony. In 2010 the number of people waiting on trolleys at Mayo General Hospital was 1,742, while figures just released for 2013 show that number had been reduced to 1,145.

 

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