*Marie McMahon. Photograph: John Mangan Much stricter punishments would be in place were animals treated the way patients attempting to access health care in the Mid-West, a local health activist has claimed.
A high volume of patients in a busy two to three day period has prompted University Hospital Limerick to appeal to members of the public to consider all care options before arriving at its Emergency Department.
Student nurses have been told there are no prospects of them securing posts in Clare and Limerick according to one elected representative.
Members of the public contemplating presenting themselves to the emergency department at University Hospital Limerick (UHL) have been asked “to consider all their care options” before doing so.
Five weeks after undergoing a quadruple bypass, an ex local election candidate in Clare was forced to spend three days on a trolley despite experiencing five blackouts in a short period of time.
*The Learning for Lives Ghana team with just some of the local cohort of Trainers and Super Trainers in Wa, Upper West Ghana. A three year effort aimed at developing emergency skills for community healthcare workers in Ghana delivered by UL Hospitals Group and UL had a Clare man to the fore of the crucial…
Further frustration has been voiced with the current health offering for Ireland’s population in the Mid-West.
UL Hospitals Group have issued a renewed call for prospective patients to avoid their emergency department as the Dooradoyle facility continues to struggle with overcrowding.
Patients are being advised to avoid presenting themselves to the emergency department of University Hospital Limerick unless “absolutely necessary”.
Management of Ennis General Hospital have quashed calls for it to become a model three hospital.