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The hospital group responsible for running public hospitals in Galway and Roscommon has cleared a waiting list of almost 14,000 inpatients over a nine month period.
Could you be a voice for patients in our health care service? In response to the recommendation of the Irish Commission on Patient Safety and Quality Assurance, the HSE is assisting in recruiting an independent network of Patient Safety Champions.
A significant number of companies from the west of Ireland are already signed up for the Skillnets Jobs Fair which will take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Galway on Sunday October 14. This is an excellent opportunity for local companies to meet with jobseekers in your area and fill any vacancies you have.
A significant number of companies from the west of Ireland are already signed up for the Skillnets Jobs Fair which will take place in the Radisson Blu Hotel in Galway on Sunday October 14.
A mobile hearing clinic will be available at South Mall (beside the post office), Westport, today (Friday August 24) providing hearing screenings free of charge. The state-of-the-art mobile hearing clinic is conducted by leading healthcare specialist Hidden Hearing.
Mayo entries are now being sought for the 2012 Hidden Hearing Heroes Awards. A joint initiative between Ireland’s premier hearing healthcare provider Hidden Hearing and the Irish Deaf Society, the initiative honours those who are deaf or hard of hearing and have made a significant contribution to society, their community, workplace, family, or through sporting excellence.
Anyone reading architect Roddy Mannion’s new book, Galway - A Sense of Place (Liffey Press), is in for a treat. They will be amazed at the breadth of social history covered in it. While the book also acknowledges the physical/geographic place Galway City assumes in terms of Ireland’s history of urban/city development.
Clarenbridge-based company Clinical Cabinets celebrated one year in business this week and already has exciting plans to introduce new products and to export abroad.
Mayo Fine Gael TD, John O’Mahony, has moved to allay fears over the future of medical cover at the Sacred Heart Hospital in Castlebar but concerns are still being expressed regarding the future of the facility.
Celebrity chef Stuart O’Keeffe this week launched ‘Let’s Cook!’, a series of free cookery classes for people with arthritis. This innovative initiative, developed by Arthritis Ireland with the support of healthcare company Abbott, will serve up a series of tailor-made recipes through demonstrations run across the country, with a Galway ‘Let’s Cook!’ class taking place in The Carlton Hotel, Dublin Road at 7.30pm on Monday, May 21.