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FIFTY people waiting on trolleys today at University Hospital Galway

Fifty people were waiting on trolleys today at University Hospital Galway, according to today's figures by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. A total of...

Statement from Galway hospitals on STAUS RED Warning

Galway University Hospitals and Portiuncula University Hospital have released the following statement ahead of the status red weather warning. Following the upgrade of the weather...

Team at University Hospital Galway nominated for prestigious award

Serum eyedrops are used to treat patients with a range of eye defects such as burns, Sjorens Sydrome, graft versus host disease and severe...

NUI Galway’s winter graduation ceremonies get underway

Over 1,600 students will graduate from across the five colleges at NUI Galway at the University's winter conferring ceremonies which began today. The graduation ceremonies...

New hospital for Galway discussed in Dáil

"Ó ghéarchéim go ghéarchéim." Simon Harris today told the Dáil that the government will support 'planned development' in relation to a new hospital in Galway. He...

Coronavirus: local charity shows support for health services

The Galway based Croí Heart & Stroke charity is supporting local health services in their fight against the coronavirus pandemic. For the past three weeks...

UHG consultant honoured for his work with NASA and drones

Professor Derek O'Keefe, consultant endocrinologist at Galway University Hospitals, has won the inaugural St. Luke's Medal for his work on the future of medicine. Prof...

Patient Experience Survey results published for UHG and Portiuncula Hospital

Both University Hospital Galway and Portincula University Hospital have said that they are happy with the results of a patient experience survey published yesterday. The...

NUIG academic receives Mayo Clinic award for contributions to medicine

Professor Timothy O'Brien from NUI Galway has received the prestigious Mayo Clinic award for his contributions to the field of medicine. The Mayo Clinic in...

UHG Maternity Department honoured with Irish Healthcare Centre Award

The Maternity Department at University Hospital Galway was recently honoured for their inspiring care of mothers and babies at the Irish Healthcare Centre Awards. The...

Memorial service for those who have suffered bereavement

Galway University Hospitals End of Life Care Committee will hold their annual Ecumenical Memorial Service this month to acknowledge loss, bereavement, and memories of...

Medtech startup awarded €50,000 for device treating leg ulcers

The Galway medtech startup FeelTect has been awarded €50,000 to help develop their wearable device for treating venous leg ulcers. The Tight Alright device is...

Sabina Higgins launches Saolta Arts at UHG

Sabina Higgins, wife of the President Michael D. Higgins, has this week launched the new Saolta Arts programme at UHG. Saolta Arts is the new...

Over the Edge presents an international poetry extravaganza

The Over the Edge writers' gathering will present an international poetry extravaganza this month in association with the Yehuda Amichai International Poetry Festival. The July event...

Red Tray initiative at UHG helping patients who next extra support at mealtimes

University Hospital Galway has launched a new 'Red Tray' initiative to make sure patients who need extra assistance at mealtimes get the best possible...

NUIG Prof leads global debate on using aspirin to fight heart disease

Bill McEvoy, an expert in heart disease prevention and Professor of Preventive Cardiology at NUIG is facing off with another international expert on the...

‘Friendly and helpful’ Tuam native honoured after 38 years of service to UHG and HSE

A Staff Recognition Award has been presented to Tuam native Joe Kelly this week by Galway University Hospitals (GUH) ahead of his retirement after 38...

New surgical robot at UHG to treat up to 150 cancer patients next year

A new surgical robot at University Hospital Galway is expected to treat up to 150 men with prostate cancer next year. The robotic tool is...

UHG first public hospital to use pioneering cancer treatment

University Hospital Galway is the first public hospital in Ireland to make use of a new treatment for prostate cancer. UHG recently began using high dose-rate...

Two UHG departments honoured for extraordinary service

University Hospital Galway was doubly recognised for its extraordinary service recently, taking home two prizes at the 2018 Medray awards. UHG won X-Ray Department and...
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Illegal dumping on the rise city councillor warns

A Galway City Councillor is asking people to be vigilant of illegal dumping in their communities, which he says has been increasing lately. Councillor Alan...

Coronavirus: Galway sees small increase in cases as 17 people die in Republic

Seventeen more people have died in the Republic after being diagnosed with Covid-19, the National Public Health Emergency Team has announced. Fifteen deaths were located...

€1m scheme announced to support Irish artists

A number of measures have been announced to support the cultural sector during the Covid-19 crisis. One measure announced was a new €1m scheme to...

‘Community Champion’ appointed for Galway to lead efforts against Covid-19

  A network of 'Community Champions' has been set up across the state to help with the ongoing Covid-19 emergency. Steve Dolan, CEO of Galway Rural...

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