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The pay and display car parking and clamping policy at Portiuncula Hospital must be urgently reviewed as patients are being forced to rush out of A&E in fear of being clamped, Deputy Denis Naughten stated.
The construction of the new fifty bed ward block at Portiuncula Hospital has the potential to allow capacity at the hospital to be increased by an extra twenty beds by utilising existing wards, according to local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten.
Formally launching his General Election campaign, Deputy Denis Naughten outlined his commitment to the provision of local jobs and declaring a focus on health care issues pertinent to his constituency.
Sitting Roscommon-Galway TD Eugene Murphy has expressed his "surprise" that NUI Galway graduate and Roscommon county councillor Orla Leyden has been added to the Fianna Fail ticket for Roscommon-Galway at the February 8 General Election.
Local TD, Denis Naughten, has contacted the Minister for Health seeking his urgent intervention to fully open 29 beds to alleviate the current crisis in the Emergency Department of Portiuncula Hospital.
Local heart and stroke charity, Croí, will host a free public talk, ‘Listen to your heart - the key to healthy ageing’ in the Shearwater Hotel on Wednesday, October 23, at 7pm.
Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has been assured by senior HSE management and the Department of Health that tenders will be sought for the first phase of works for the fifty bed ward block at Portiuncula Hospital in the coming weeks with work is expected to commence on site in early 2020.
Athlone Institute of Technology will launch a comprehensive student sexual health service to meet the needs of its growing student population, 61 percent of whom are aged 18-24 and are classified as ‘high risk’ for sexually transmitted infections.
Local TD, Denis Naughten, has welcomed the approval of a new heart failure service for Portiuncula Hospital which will see patients diagnosed and treated quicker than in the past.
“A game-changer for healthcare in Galway,” is how one TD has described a new HSE capital spending plan which will see major funds to develop hospitals, mental health facilities, and day care centres in the region.