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Inspection at UHG raises concerns about ongoing superbug problem

A report published this week by the Heath Information and Quality Authority raised concerns about an ongoing outbreak of a superbug at UHG. The report...

UHG saw 43 patients on trolleys yesterday

43 patients Forty-three patients were waiting on trolleys at University Hospital Galway - the highest number nationwide - on Wednesday. Across Ireland yesterday a total of...

Less than a fifth of healthcare workers at UHG got the flu vaccine in 2016/2017

Only 17.9% of healthcare workers at University Hospital Galway got the flu vaccine for the 2016/2017 flu season, one of the lowest uptake rates...

39,048 people waiting for an appointment at UHG is “outrageous and shameful”

The recent hospital waiting list figures which show the biggest waiting lists in the history of the State are 'outrageous', according to Niall Ó...

Cancer Information Point opens at Portiuncula hospital

The Irish Cancer Society has opened a Cancer Information point at Portiuncula Hospital this week to provide helpful information to hospital patients, visitors, and...

Cervical Check Scandal: Victims form class action style lawsuit

THE SISTERS of Miriam O’Brien - who was diagnosed with stage two cancer in Belfast just nine months after getting the all-clear in the...

Outpatient waiting lists at UHG have grown two thirds in the last year

The number of people waiting more than 18 months for an outpatient appointment at UHG has gone up two thirds in the last year. According...

UHG has highest rate of instrumentally assisted births in the country

University Hospital Galway has the highest rate of instrumentally assisted births in the country according to a new report report from Cuidiú, the Irish...

Play in Pink AM-AM for Breast Cancer Research

Galway Golf Club, in Blackrock, Salthill is hosting a Play in Pink AM-AM sporting event which is set to begin at 1.30pm this afternoon,...

Answers needed about hidden patients at UHG during Taoiseach’s visit

The Still Waiting Campaign is calling for answers as to why beds were not open sooner to help with the trolley crisis in Galway. They...

Patients on trolleys at UHG halved on day of Taoiseach’s visit

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organsiation say that there are 26 people waiting on trolleys at University Hospital Galway today, a decrease of more...

‘Living with Dementia in Rural Ireland’

'Living with Dementia in Rural Ireland' is an upcoming event being hosted by Connecting People With Dementia on the 28th of May 2018. Connecting People With...

UHG severely overcrowded today

University Hospital Galway today is serverely overcrowded today, with forty-four people are waiting on trolleys. Many hospitals around the country are experiencing similar overcrowding, including ...

January worst month on record for overcrowding at UHG

SIX HUNDRED and eighty-one people were waiting on trolleys throughout January at University Hospital Galway – the highest number on record for the first...

UHG most overcrowded in country today with 55 on trolleys

University Hospital Galway is under immense pressure today with an extremely high number of people waiting on trolleys. The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation's officail...

6,563: The trolley crisis is shocking and unacceptable.

YESTERDAY'S report from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation revealed almost 100,000 people were waiting on hospital trolleys across the country last year, with over...
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