O’Briensbridge residents have voiced their frustration with an ongoing wait for a public sewerage system and are demanding a full environmental investigation into the health and safety of their water quality.
Ambulance turnaround times need to speed up at University Hospital Limerick, one Clare General Election candidate has stated.
Newmarket-on-Fergus will continue to be without a GP until early 2020 at the earliest with concern growing in the parish due to the gradual decline in services and amenities.
A number of elective surgeries at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) have been cancelled with increased ward rounds conducted to transfer and discharge patients as staff attempt to cope with record overcrowding.
Almost €95,000 was spent on taxis by the HSE transporting Clare patients to different hospitals for treatments such as dialysis.
*Noeleen Moran. Members of the public have been left in “a terribly unsafe situation” with such high overcrowding at University Hospital Limerick and University Hospital Galway, organisers of regional campaign group have stated.
*Photograph: John Mangan “An urgent public meeting” has been called to address continuous overcrowding at University Hospital Limerick (UHL).
Clare TD, Joe Carey has slammed the HSE over an “outdated and cumbersome” system for appointing GPs which has resulted in Newmarket-on-Fergus being left without a family doctor.
Residents in Newmarket-on-Fergus are “very worried” as the village is left in limbo without a GP.
Author and medical doctor, Dr. Harry Barry will deliver an evening seminar on the topic of health and wellbeing in the workplace this Thursday in Shannon.