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Saolta boss praises the public for west's hospitals being Covid-free

There are no Covid-19 patients currently in any of the West of Ireland's public hospitals. Despite mounting nationwide concern about the prevalence of the highly transmissable Delta variant of the infection, which accounted for 20 per cent of last week's national case numbers, the Galway, Mayo, and Roscommon hospitals did not have any Covid patients at the time of going to press.

Recent cyber attack on HSE IT system continuing to have detrimental impact

One month on from the cyber attack on HSE IT systems, the CEO of the Saolta Hospital Group has warned that patient services continue to feel the impact in Portiuncula and Roscommon University Hospitals.

CEO warns of continuing significant impact of cyber attack

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One month on from the cyber attack on HSE IT systems, the CEO of the Saolta Hospital Group has warned that patient services continue to feel the impact in Letterkenny, Sligo, Mayo, Roscommon, Portiuncula and Galway University Hospitals.

CEO warns of continuing significant impact of cyber attack

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Disruption to local hospital services from HSE cyber attack likely to continue for several weeks

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The major disruption to local hospital services caused by the recent cyber attack on the HSE’s IT system is expected to continue for a number of weeks with thousands of patients facing cancelled appointments and delays.

Naughton welcomes commencment of addiction treatment counselling service

Minister for State at the Department of Transport, Hildegarde Naughton, has confirmed that addiction treatment counsellors for the new community alcohol treatment service in Galway have commenced in post on Monday. A new premises has been acquired and fitted out for the new service on Merchants Road.

Too early to say if patient data compromised - Saolta chief

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It is still too early to say if confidential patient information, either recent or historical, has been compromised as a result of the cyber attack on the Health Service Executive's IT systems, according to Tony Canavan, chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group, which runs the seven public hospitals in the west and north-west of the country.

Safety of patient data will not be known for days, says Saolta chief

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It is still too early to say if confidential patient information, either recent or historical, has been compromised as a result of the cyber attack on the Health Service Executive’s IT systems, according to the chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group which runs the seven public hospitals in the west and north-west of the country.

Number of Covid deaths in MUH raised by Kilcoyne

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Castlebar based Independent Cllr Michael Kilcoyne who is also a member of the HSE's Regional Health Forum, put forward the following question to the forum before their monthly meeting this week. "According to available figures 155 Covid 19 deaths have taken place in Mayo. How many of those people died in Mayo University Hospital and how many of those people tested negative when admitted to the hospital and subsequently contracted the virus in the hospital?

Mayo vaccination centre up and running in Breaffy

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The Covid-19 vaccination programme for Mayo has now moved to the newly established Vaccination Centre in Breaffy House, Castlebar.

 

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