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Call to re-establish thrombolysis service
A county councillor and member of the HSE West’s regional health forum is calling on the health authority to re-establish a stroke service at Portiuncula Hospital.
Local student loses five stone
For as long as he can remember, David was overweight. When he started secondary school, it spiralled out of control. He was buying lunches of white bread rolls with all the trimmings, chocolate, fizzy drinks, and sweets.
Improve the chances of finding and getting the job you want - free seminar
Collins McNicholas Recruitment & HR Services are hosting a free event to provide valuable advice to anyone searching for a job. The event will examine all areas of the job search but in particular will focus on how to find the job you are looking for, apply for the opportunity, and prepare and present at an interview. The event will run from 10am to 5pm in the Sheraton Athlone Hotel on Monday October 21 and is open to anyone who wishes to attend, from individuals starting their first job search to those looking to re-enter the work force or seeking to change employment.
Group appointed to develop marketing plan for Ballina
Moy Valley Resources has won a tender competition for a three month contract valued at €10,000 (including VAT) to prepare a marketing and promotions plan for Ballina. The members of Ballina Town Council were informed of the news at the October monthly meeting of the authority this week, by town manager Paddy Mahon. There was some surprise among a number of councillors who had assumed that the council would appoint an individual to the post using funding they had set aside in their budget for this year.
National newborn hearing screening programme at MGH
The national newborn hearing screening programme has been introduced at Mayo General Hospital. Newborn hearing screening has been part of the service at the hospital for a number of years and in 2011 the HSE contracted Northgate Information Solutions to roll out a national screening programme at all maternity hospitals in the country.
Galway University Hospitals leading the way in coronary care procedure
More than 50 heart attack patients have been transferred by helicopter to Galway University Hospitals (GUH) in the past six months.
Galway landmarks to ‘Light It Up Gold’ for childhood cancer awareness
A number of buildings and landmarks around the country, including the fountain in Eyre Square and the g Hotel in Galway city, will be bathed in gold from September 1 as part of the inaugural ‘Light It Up Gold’ iniative which aims to raise awareness of childhood cancer.
New therapist at the ISHSKO Centre
ISHSKO Centre, Westport would like to introduces its new staff member—Lynda Morrissey.
Galway woman to open Slimming World group after dropping three dress sizes
After gaining a lot of weight during her second pregnancy, Majella Laird found herself busy with a new baby and an extremely active two-year-old. There seemed little time to cook healthy meals and no time at all for exercise, so the baby weight stayed on and she continued to gain more.