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O’Hara calls for ‘action’ to tackle waiting lists and overcrowding at UCHG

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Following recent reports of overcrowding at UCHG, Sinn Féin is demanding that action be taken to address “waiting lists and capacity deficiencies” in the hospital.

Visiting restrictions again in place in UHG as hospital deals with Covid-19 outbreak

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Visiting restrictions are once again in place in UHG, as the hospital deals with a Covid-19 outbreak, increased numbers of Covid admissions, and a significant return of non-Covid patients.

Visiting restrictions again in place in UHG as hospital deals with Covid-19 outbreak

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Visiting restrictions are once again in place in UHG, as the hospital deals with a Covid-19 outbreak, increased numbers of Covid admissions, and a significant return of non-Covid patients.

Home Instead announce creation of 60 jobs within Midlands region

Home Instead, Ireland’s largest private provider of home care services, has announced the creation of 60 new jobs across its Westmeath and Midlands region offices.

Home Instead announce creation of sixty jobs in Galway

Home Instead, Ireland’s largest private provider of home care services, this week announced the creation of 60 jobs in Galway.

Athlone and Ballinasloe communities to benefit from Sports Ireland funding

Local Fianna Fáil Senator, Eugene Murphy, has welcomed a Sports Ireland funding announcement which will positively impact the communities of Athlone and Ballinasloe.

Gruelling day on the Alp De Skelp for Mayo mountain bikers

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Four Hardy MTB cyclists have completed their own lifetime achievement by cycling the height of Mount Everest - 8,848m - by mountain bike, over a locally named climb called Skelp (or to be named Alp De Skelp after this challenge), a hill that is located on the Western Way trail coming from Leenane to Westport.

Pandemic frontline workers still awaiting Government recognition

Local Independent Deputy, Denis Naughten, has described as “disappointing” that 15 months after the start of this pandemic frontline workers who have been running our hospital and community services have yet to receive any recognition from Government.

Canney hails work on Old Grove site ‘a red letter day’ for Tuam

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A “Red letter day” for Tuam was how one TD described the beginning of construction works on the Old Grove hospital site in the centre of the north Galway town.

Bad cess to the hackers for piling misery upon misery

As if things could not be bad enough for the health services struggling to cope with the impact of the pandemic, the abominable hackers had to come along and carry out this act of malware criminality at the worst time possible. For those who have been suffering serious illness not related to the pandemic, their treatment plans were set in disarray, and now there are fears that the must unscrupulous of people have access to patient data and will sell it to the highest bidder, or release it on the general web.

 

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