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Castlebar Hospice facility planning application to proceed

Taoiseach Enda Kenny, TD, has confirmed that the planning application is to proceed for a new Mayo Roscommon Hospice facility in Castlebar. The new 14 bed facility, which is to be located at Knockaphunta in Castlebar will also provide a day care service, a base for the Hospice home-care team and accommodation for families who wish to remain overnight and is to be developed in conjunction with the HSE.

Ballina women’s health evening

Moy Sports Forum recently held a Women’s Health Evening in Ballina. The event targeting women of all ages and was held at the Primary Care Centre, Kevin Barry Street, at Mayo Sports Clinic.

New primary care centre opens in Callan

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A state of the art Primary Care Centre and Medical Centre was officially opened in Callan, last Friday by the Minister for the Environment, Community and Local Government, Phil Hogan.

Taoiseach opens state of the art Primary Care Centre

On Monday, An Taoiseach Enda Kenny officially opened the brand new Ballina Primary Care Centre in Ballina, the first of its kind in the county. The centre, which is a venture between Drs Tom and Sean Moffatt in partnership with the HSE, will provide primary care services to a large number of people in the Ballina area.

Minister for Health opens Ayrfield Primary Care Centre

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The Minister for Health was welcomed to Kilkenny for a happy occasion last week when he visited the new state-of-the-art Primary Care Centre and Medical Park at Ayrfield on Friday.

O’Brien steps down from ‘too political’ HSE West forum

A Mayo county councillor has stepped down from the HSE regional west forum in protest against the removal of breast cancer surgical and diagnostic services from Mayo General Hospital. Fine Gael Councillor Patsy O’Brien, the man who topped the poll in the Claremorris electoral area and received the highest number of votes of all candidates in Mayo in the June local elections, has not sought to be re-appointed to the health forum, having served on it since its inception. Cllr O’Brien told the Mayo Advertiser that the forum was “too political” and he expressed his disappointment in Mayo’s two Fianna Fáil TDs for not ensuring the services remained.


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