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Free food for front line medical staff offered by meal prep service

Meal prep delivery service Clean Cut Meals are providing front line medical workers with free food during the coronavirus pandemic.

Heartfelt thanks to workers helping us through crisis from Galway TD

Galway West TD Mairéad Farrell has thanked everyone in the community who is continuing to do vital work to help us get...

County Councillor says HSE should confirm location of Coronavirus cases

County Councillor James Charity has said that the HSE should be more specific about where Coronavirus cases have occurred in Ireland...

Blood pressure treatment guidelines called into question by Galway study

Up to 150,000 Irish patients who could be affected by new, lower thresholds for high blood pressure treatment might not need any increase in...

More than 450 Galway kids waiting for autism assessment

There are 461 children in Galway waiting for an autism assessment according to Galway East TD Anne Rabbitte, who branded the backlog "disgraceful". Information provided...

NUIG’s Centre for Pain Research wins multiple awards for groundbreaking work

The Centre for Pain Research at NUIG had a clean sweep of awards at the annual meeting of the Irish Pain Society, winning prizes...

Laya opening health and wellbeing clinic in Galway city

Health insurance company Laya will be opening a Health and Wellbeing Clinic in Briarhill in January of 2020 to treat minor injuries and illnesses. The...

Croi heart & stroke charity scoops three national healthcare awards

Croí and its subsidiary, the National Institute for Prevention and Cardiovascular Health took home three top awards at the National Healthcare Awards this month. Now...

Galway University Hospitals hosting Careers Evening for secondary school pupils

Galway University Hospitals will be holding a Careers Evening for secondary school students in Galway City and County interested in healthcare this week. A group...

Portiuncula Hospital spearheading new heart failure service

Portiuncula Hospital in Ballinasloe will be spearheading a new integrated health programme that aims to support the early diagnosis of heart failure. The Heart Failure...

Galway projects share in €20 million Sláintecare Integration funding

Multiple innovative Galway healthcare projects will be sharing in a €20 million pot from the Sláintecare Integration Fund. The Sláintecare Integration Fund is aimed at...

Over 500 attend medical festival to re-inspire doctors

Over 500 doctors and health care professionals attended a medical festival at NUIG this week aimed at reawakening their passion for medicine. The old-out dotMD...

NUIG launches €13 million genomics data science research centre

NUI Galway has officially launched a new SFI Centre for Research Training in Genomics Data Science this week which promises to train young people...

GMIT student wins multiple national awards for heart disease research

GMIT postgraduate researcher Shane McHugo has won two prestigious national awards for his research into congenital heart disease. Congenital heart disease is the most common...

Seminar on public and patient involvement in healthcare

An public event on getting the public and patients involved in healthcare economics research will take place at NUI Galway next week. PPI Ignite @...

Minister opens Business Innovation Centre for healthcare startups

Minister of State Seán Kyne has this week opened a new Business Innovation Centre in Galway city to accelerate the development of healthcare technologies. The...

Naughton says opposition putting politics ahead of patients on healthcare

Fine Gael TD Hildegarde Naughton has said Fianna Fáil and the Greens are putting politics ahead of patients in healthcare with their wishes to...

NUIG forms community partnerships for healthcare research

NUIG has formed partnerships with multiple local community organisations in Galway to put the patient's perspective at the forefront of healthcare research. Community Engaged Scholars...

NUIG leading €5 million fight against parasitic diseases

Professor John Pius Dalton, a renowned scientist in Infectious Disease, has joined NUI Galway to lead a €5 million project fighting parasitic diseases in...

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...
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