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The new primary care centre for Moycullen is due to become operational this summer. It will include two GP practices as well as other HSE services.
Mayo Down Syndrom is inviting you to walk, cycle, run, skip or jump 30km in 30days for the month of September in order to raise funds for Down Syndrome Mayo. As a charity, they need as much support from our communities as possible.
The occupational therapy department at Mayo University Hospital are inviting family and friends of patients in the hospital to email a letter, photo or video which will be printed, popped into an envelope and delivered to their loved one in hospital.
The chief executive of the Saolta University Health Care Group, which runs the local public hospitals, reassured the public this week that the coronavirus curve was being flattened, but warned there was no room for complacency.
Saolta has drawn up a “surge plan” to meet the challenges expected to face the health service as the pandemic peaks - the HSE believes this will take place within the coming days and week. This will see a field hospital at the Bailey Allen Hall at NUI Galway and a self-isolation centre at the Connacht Hotel.
Newly elected Sinn Féin TD for Mayo, Rose Conway Walsh, has said that: "The planned cuts in healthcare services by the HSE that will decimate healthcare across the West are of massive concern to me. Recent data that I have received states that 153 primary care posts are to be left unfulfilled by the HSE in Galway and Mayo."
Almost 9,000 children are waiting for healthcare in the CHO2 area which covers counties Galway, Mayo and Roscommon, according to Fianna Fáil TD for Roscommon/Galway Eugene Murphy.
Demand for the services provided by the Galway Hospice are expected to double in the next 10 years, which highlights the urgent need to find a new site for this much needed facility, according to its chief executive Mary Nash.
MICHIGAN'S OXFORD High School Chorale, and Claregalway's Coláiste Bhaile Chláir School Choir, will give a concert next week to raise funds for Enable Ireland.
The 14th annual Teddy Bear Hospital at NUI Galway will take place Thursday January 17 and Friday 18.