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Hospital consultants warn that patient health in the west and northwest at risk due to excessive treatment delays
A growing shortage of acute hospital beds across the region is resulting in waiting lists for essential treatment and impacting on patient outcomes, the Irish Hospital Consultants Association (IHCA) has warned this week.
Government must deliver promised cancer centre for the west and northwest without further delay
Prioritising the delivery of the promised cancer care network for the Saolta region and the cancer centre on the campus of University Hospital Galway (UHG) has the potential to bridge the healthcare inequality that exists between East and West in this country and will save patients’ lives, an information meeting in the city heard this week.
Glittering Their Lives Matter Ball in city to support work of Tanzanian cancer charity
The work of a paediatrician who worked in Galway some years ago and who went on to set up a childhood cancer charity in Tanzania will be honoured and supported by a glittering Ball to be held in the city this weekend.
Communities united in grief after teenagers die in Headford crash
The communities of Headford and Corrandulla will be joined in grief this evening (Thursday) for the first of the funerals of two local teenagers who died in a road collision near Headford early on Monday morning.
‘Shock, numbness and a feeling of despair’ hangs over Headford
The area of Headford has been described as a place filled with ‘shock, numbness and a feeling of despair’ following the deaths of two young teenagers, Lukas Joyce and Kirsty Bohan in a road traffic accident on Monday.
Irish Kidney Association pay tribute to founder member Angeline Cooke
The Board, Officers and Members of the Irish Kidney Association were deeply saddened to hear the news of the sudden passing of Angeline Cooke, from Maunsells Road, Galway, last week and they have extended their deepest sympathies to her family and friends. A founding member of the Association, Angeline underwent a kidney transplant in 1996. She enjoyed the successful longevity of this transplant for over 25 years before returning to dialysis treatment. Her gratitude to her deceased kidney donor was immense.
Urgent steps needed at UHG to avoid post-Easter trolley surge, says INMO
The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) last evening urged the HSE to take immediate action to avoid a post-Easter trolley surge.
Gardai looking for witnesses to serious incidents in Doughiska
Gardaí investigating a number of serious incidents which took place in Doughiska on Sunday March 26 are appealing for witnesses.
Approval of strategic assessment report for ED at University Hospital Galway
The Department of Health has approved the Strategic Assessment Report (SAR) for the delivery of a new Emergency Department and Women’s and Children’s Department at University Hospital Galway, according to Senator Seán Kyne.
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