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"Merlin College - Nobody is different because everybody is", is a line that has been used in Merlin College since its’ inception in 2013 to celebrate the great diversity that exists in the school. The beauty and drive that comes from such diversity is not only reflected in the sporting, cultural and artistic endeavours of the students but the academic also, as is evident again, from this year’s Leaving Certificate Results.
The new elective hospital at Merlin Park - plans for which were advanced by the outgoing administration - will be prioritised under the new Fianna Fáil-Fine Gael-Green Government.
‘On Thursday last, a servant-maid at Merlin Park, the seat of Charles Blake Esq. near this town, in the act of proceeding to deliver a message which she received from Mrs Lawrence, who was then indisposed in the house, ran with so much violence against the bannisters as to cause them to give way, by which she was unfortunately precipitated to the bottom of the stairs, and killed on the spot. Every medical assistance and attention was immediately provided, but to no purpose, as the fall was so great as to have completely broken the skull in many parts.’ (Connaught Journal November 10 1823).
The doors to the stunning new showhouse at Ross Allta, Rosshill, will be open again this weekend, showcasing the elegant and beautifully finished new homes. Ross Allta – meaning ‘Wild Wood’ — is a luxurious new residential development sitting on a spacious site of c8.5 acres, which has taken its name from the surrounding Merlin Woods. Less than a five minute drive to Merlin Park Hospital and the Galway Clinic, this luxurious new development features 16 bespoke homes that range in size from 237sq m to 284sq m.
An independent options appraisal has recommended the development of a new 200-bed elective hospital at Merlin Park, clearing the way for preparatory works to commence on the project next year.
A new elective hospital at Merlin Park, a new ambulance base in the city, and the provision of a blood science laboratory are three major projects which are in the pipeline for Galway as part of the Government’s €2 billion HSE capital spending plan.
Fianna Fáil TD for Galway West, Éamon Ó Cuív, has slammed the HSE and the Minister for Health for the inordinate delay in providing full orthopaedic services in Merlin Park, Co. Galway where two operating theatres have been out of action.
An independent report on the need for a new elective hospital in Galway will be completed and provided to the Minister for Health by the end of next month, it emerged this week.
The fact that there are almost 67 fulltime permanent and temporary nursing/midwifery vacancies at Galway University Hospitals (UHG and Merlin Park) was “alarming”, a city councillor said this week.
A delay in the construction of modular theatres at Merlin Park Hospital has been described as a serious “cock-up” and “a disaster”.