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Six months into the pandemic, many people now find they are nervous about attending GP or hospital appointments due to concerns about Covid-19. Laya Healthcare is encouraging people to look after their general health during the pandemic. The company, a major player in the health insurance market in Ireland, also operates a number of health and wellbeing clinics which can provide treatment for minor injuries and illnesses.
A second Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner (RANP) in Emergency Nursing at Roscommon Injury Unit, which is located in the Urgent Care Centre at Roscommon University Hospital, has been appointed.
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People with a minor injury now face an average wait of five and a half hours from the time they are first registered to when they are discharged from the Emergency Department at University Hospital Galway.
based at Merlin Park Hospital could "radically cut waiting times for patients" and "greatly relieve pressure" on the Emergency Department at University Hospital Galway.
More than 1,300 outpatients were waiting for more than 18 months for an appointment in UHG, the longest waiting times in the State, according to figures released by the Department of Health.
The Mayo u21 hurlers head east on Saturday as they enter unchartered waters in the All-Ireland u21B Championship with an away assignment against the Royals in Trim. Mayo have had a progressive season at U21 level this summer, having beaten both Sligo and Roscommon to claim the Connacht GAA u21B title and pick up the Hogan Couriers Cup in the process. The confidence gained from winning their first Connacht u21 title since 2006 was a major bonus to Mayo, as they then overcame Donegal in the All-Ireland quarter final in Letterkenny a fortnight ago. The Westerners came out on top by 1-14 to 1-6 in a physical encounter - the Mayo goal coming from Corey Scahill (Castlebar).