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Over €800,000 spent on private ambulances at Galway hospitals in 2018

Over €800,000 was spent on private ambulances at University Hospital Galway and Portiuncula Hospital last year. UHG spent €511,436 on private ambulances in 2018, lower...

Galway doctor delivers TED talk on the digital future of medicine

Technology could soon enable a great deal of routine medical work to be done in the comfort of our homes according to a TED...

World leaders in heart health join Galway based cardiac institute

Two of the world's leading cardiac experts in have joined a heart health initiative led by Croí Galway.

Over 600 patients stuck on trolleys in Galway in January

There were over 600 patients stuck on trolleys in Galway's Hospitals in January. At University Hospital Galway 534 patients went without a bed, with a...

Good news: Galway supports striking nurses, UHG less crowded

Finally, some good news for University Hospital Galway. Nurses and midwives braved freezing temperatures on Wednesday in a strike for better pay and working conditions. Galwegians...

Centralised cancer unit significantly improved survival rates in Galway

Survival rates for people with cancer in Galway are significantly higher at the specialised cancer centre than elsewhere according to report due to be...

More than €3 million for Galway hospital infrastructure in HSE 2019 plan

The HSE's Service Plan for 2019 has been released and includes funding for investment in multiple improvements to Galway's hospitals. Two new cardiac Cath labs...

Staff at Galway hospitals show their creative side with art exhibition

The staff at Galway University Hospitals have turned in their medical instruments in favour of paintbrushes for the 15th annual Art@Work exhibition. Art@Work has become...

UHG is one of just nine hospitals signed up to provide abortion services

University Hospital Galway is one of just nine hospitals in the country that has signed up to provide medical abortions from January. University Hospital Galway...

Government failings in health and housing in Galway are ‘staggering’

Sinn Féin Councillor Mairéad Farrell has slammed the Government's current failure to efficiently manage the Health and Housing sector in Galway. Health Service Staff Shortage in...

Galway hospitals in landmark trial for new cystic fibrosis treatment

Patients at Galway University Hospitals have been taking part a landmark trial that could mean a huge breakthrough in cystic fibrosis care. The trial has involved...

Galway stroke patients take more than three hours to get to hospital

People who suffer from a stroke in Galway take more than three hours to reach the hospital on average. The Annual National Stroke Register Report...

Galway artist brightens up UHG with beautiful nature paintings

A new solo exhibition by Kinvara based artist Fiona Cawley is bringing nature inside University Hospital Galway this month with beautiful landscape pieces. Born in...

Galway politicians react to overcrowding crisis at UHG

According to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO), Galway was the second most overcrowded hospital in the state for the month of October. INMO...

University Hospital Galway most overcrowded in State today

University Hospital Galway is again the most overcrowded hospital in the State today, with 41 people waiting on trolleys. Over 11% of the total number...

Over 600 patients left on trolleys at University Hospital Galway in September

September saw 609 admitted patients left waiting on trolleys at University Hospital Galway in another crisis month. UHG was the third most overcrowded hospital in...

Galway oncologist leading trial to see if aspirin can stop cancer returning after treatment

A five year medical trial in Ireland to see if aspirin can stop early-stage cancer from returning after treatment is being led by a...

University Hospital Galway may lose €38 million income from private patients

University Hospital Galway faces losing €38.2 million worth of income from insurance payments for private patients under the new healthcare plan. Sláintecare, the plan for...

Paediatric consultant staff expands at University Hospital Galway

University Hospital Galway is expanding its paediatric services with the appointment of new Endocrinology consultant Dr. Niamh McGrath. Dr. McGrath's role will be looking after...

Interns at Galway hospitals asked to write up charts of patients they haven’t seen

An inspection of training facilities at Galway hospitals has found that interns are being asked to write notes on patients they haven't seen, or...
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