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‘I found politics very frustrating’ – Dr Michael Harty

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He was the standout story from the 2016 General Election in Clare but Dr Michael Harty has confirmed he will not be seeking re-election to Dáil Éireann.

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3% increase in use of Ennis Injury Unit

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*Brenda Bleach, Registered Advanced Nurse Practitioner in the Injury Unit in Ennis Hospital. Photograph: Brian Arthur A three percent increase has been recorded in the amount of patients that have used the local injury unit at Ennis General Hospital in 2019.

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‘Unacceptable staff shortages’ at UHL for diabetic services – Howard

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*Cllr Mary Howard. Photograph: Gary Collins Politicians in Clare have hit out at “unacceptable staff shortages” at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) when it comes to diabetic services.

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Ongoing frustration surrounding GP vacancy in Newmarket-on-Fergus prompts urgent meeting

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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.

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Harris called on to let GPs refer patients to Galway Clinic to aid UHL overcrowding

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Minister for Health, Simon Harris has been written to by Clare County Council asking that GPs be given the power to refer patients to facilities in the private sector due to ongoing overcrowding at University Hospital Limerick.

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Actions of Quin’s John Wall forces review of Terminal Illness Card

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Quin cancer campaigner, John Wall has received a commitment from the Minister for Health to review the Terminal Illness Card.

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Advocacy medal named in honour of Laura Brennan

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Laura Brennan’s advocacy work has been acknowledged with the renaming of a medal in her honour.

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‘No job prospects’ for nursing graduates in Clare & Limerick

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Student nurses have been told there are no prospects of them securing posts in Clare and Limerick according to one elected representative.

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Putting time-frame on terminal illnesses absolutely ludicrous

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A Quin father of three has had his medical card revoked twice by the HSE since receiving a terminal diagnosis in July 2017.

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Clare, Limerick & Tipperary being failed by UHL

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Further frustration has been voiced with the current health offering for Ireland’s population in the Mid-West.

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