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University Hospital Galway spent €3.5 million hiring private ambulances since 2011

"A colossal waste of money" is how city councillor Máiréad Farrell has described Galway University Hospital's decision to spend €3.5 million in the past eight years on hiring private ambulances. She said the money should have been used instead to buy new ambulances for the Galway hospitals (University College and Merlin Park).

Start your path to a career in healthcare

Career Path College, trading as the Irish Ambulance Training Institute, a Galway based company providing training nationwide, has new and exciting training packages to suit those interested in a career in the healthcare industry, the ambulance service, nursing homes, and hospitals.

Discover your path to a career in healthcare

Career Path College, trading as the Irish Ambulance Training Institute, a Galway based company providing training nationwide, has new and exciting training packages to suit those interested in a career in the healthcare industry, the ambulance service, nursing homes, and hospitals.

Paths to a rewarding career in healthcare

Career Path College, trading as the Irish Ambulance Training Institute, a Galway based company providing training nationwide, has new and exciting training packages to suit those interested in a career in the healthcare industry, the ambulance service, nursing homes, and hospitals.

 

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