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‘Change Our Streets’ Open Letter to City Council signed by 200 organisations and individuals

Nearly 200 organisations and individuals have signed an Open Letter which was sent to Galway City Council today offering creative ideas on how we...

Tuam traveller community raises €1,000 to feed UHG staff

The past few weeks have seen incredible efforts from people of all walks of life to support the most vulnerable, and most essential, during...

GMIT volunteers making ventilators and vital PPE

Though teaching and much other college activity has come to a halt during the Covid-19 pandemic, staff at GMIT are still hard at work...

Coronavirus: local charity shows support for health services

The Galway based Croí Heart & Stroke charity is supporting local health services in their fight against the coronavirus pandemic. For the past three weeks...

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 so far. So far...

Monthly trolley numbers at UHG up more than 50% on last year

The number of people on trolleys at UHG in February has jumped by more than 50% compared with last year according to the latest...

Agri co-op raises €40,000 for Croí Heart & Stroke charity

The Galway based Croí Heart & Stroke charity recently received a generous donations from year long fundraising efforts by Aurivo agribusiness and co-operative. A...

UHG has the third most patients on trolleys today

UHG is the third most overcrowded hospital in Ireland for the second day in a row with 35 people on trolleys according to the...

NUIG charity criticised for spending on intercity taxis and luxury hotels

A report by the Charities Regulator has criticised the NUIG fundraising foundation for the money it spends on five star hotels, intercity taxi trips,...

UHG consultant honoured for his work with NASA and drones

Professor Derek O'Keefe, consultant endocrinologist at Galway University Hospitals, has won the inaugural St. Luke's Medal for his work on the future of medicine. Prof...

44 people on trolleys at UHG today

UHG is the third most overcrowded hospital in Ireland again today with 44 patients on trolleys according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. The...

NUIG academic receives Mayo Clinic award for contributions to medicine

Professor Timothy O'Brien from NUI Galway has received the prestigious Mayo Clinic award for his contributions to the field of medicine. The Mayo Clinic in...

Free public talk and short film screening to take place on World Stroke Day

A public talk and short film screening will be hosted by Croí, the heart and stroke charity, on Tuesday -World Stroke Day. The free event,...

Staggering jump in patients on trolleys at UHG in September

September was the worst month so far this year for hospital overcrowding with 884 people on trolleys in UHG alone. This is a colossal jump...

39 people on trolleys at UHG today

UHG is the third most overcrowded hospital in Ireland today with 39 patients on trolleys. But while UHG remains one of the worst affected hospitals...

Brexit could worsen shortage of nurses INMO warns

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation is raising concerns that Brexit could make Ireland's chronic nursing shortage even worse. Irish nurses and midwives would be...

Memorial service for those who have suffered bereavement

Galway University Hospitals End of Life Care Committee will hold their annual Ecumenical Memorial Service this month to acknowledge loss, bereavement, and memories of...

Medtech startup awarded €50,000 for device treating leg ulcers

The Galway medtech startup FeelTect has been awarded €50,000 to help develop their wearable device for treating venous leg ulcers. The Tight Alright device is...

Over the Edge presents an international poetry extravaganza

The Over the Edge writers' gathering will present an international poetry extravaganza this month in association with the Yehuda Amichai International Poetry Festival. The July event...

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...

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