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University Hospital Limerick worst-affected for overcrowding in April

first_imgPrint Previous articleWATCH: Niall O’Carroll to join SL team with sports psychology insightsNext articleLimerick Soviet highlighted role of workers in War of Independence Cian Reinhardthttp://www.limerickpost.ieJournalist & Digital Media Coordinator. Covering human interest and social issues as well as creating digital content to accompany news stories. [email protected] WhatsApp NewsHealthUniversity Hospital Limerick worst-affected for overcrowding in AprilBy Cian Reinhardt – May 1, 2019 833 Email Twitter Facebook Linkedin Advertisement INMO general secretary Phil Ni Sheaghdha said, “This is the second month in 2019 where over 10,000 patients have been forced to wait without a bed. The crisis is without question worsening. Overcrowding hits two main groups directly: those who depend on public health services and those who work in them, providing the safest care they can in these conditions.“We started the trolley count over a decade ago because of unacceptable overcrowding. The problem has more than doubled since then.” University Hospital LimerickUNIVERSITY Hospital Limerick was the worst affected hospital for overcrowding in what was worst April on record.Of the 10,229 admitted patients nationally that were forced to wait without hospital beds in April 2019, 1,206 were recorded in University Hospital Limerick according to a new monthly analysis by the INMO.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up This is the highest ever number of patients on trolleys in April, an 8 per cent increase on April last year and a 125 per cent increase on April 2006, when figures began.Among the 10,229 patients were 106 children.The worst-affected hospitals last month were:University Hospital Limerick: 1,206 patientsCork University Hospital: 826 patientsUniversity Hospital Galway: 683 patientsSouth Tipperary General Hospital: 623 patientsTallaght University Hospital: 566 patientslast_img read more

SNMG2 Arrives in Split, Croatia

first_img View post tag: Croatia Authorities View post tag: Naval View post tag: Arrives Share this article On February 6, NATO ships assigned to Standing Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) arrived in Split, Croatia, for a scheduled port visit during the Group’s deployment to the Mediterranean to enhance maritime security and readiness, and in support of NATO counter-terrorism Operation Active Endeavour.Led by Rear Adm. Brad Williamson (USA N), SNMG2 is currently composed of the flagship USS Vicksburg (CG 69), leading HMCS Fredericton (FFH 337), TCG Turgutreis (F 241), FGS Spessart (A 1442), ITS Aliseo (F 574), FS Marne (A 630), ESPS Patino (A 14) and ESPS Canarias (F 86).Since Williamson assumed command of SNMG2 in July, the Group has deployed to the North American coast, conducting multiple exercises there, and returned to the Mediterranean Sea; contributing to maritime situational awareness and conducting counter-terrorism operations.Seizing the opportunity offered by the port visit, SNMG2 leadership met with Croatian Navy leaders and discussed upcoming maritime exercises. They also hosted local and military authorities for official functions, strengthening bonds within the Alliance and providing assurance to the host nation of Alliance solidarity and commitment to collective defence.Williamson said:These exercises with our Croatian Allies provide a unique opportunity for naval forces from eight Allied nations to share operational knowledge and enhance our interoperability. Exercises like this allow us to combine our Allied maritime forces to respond quickly should the need arise.[mappress mapid=”15087″]Image: MARCOM SNMG2 Arrives in Split, Croatia February 10, 2015center_img View post tag: europe View post tag: Split Back to overview,Home naval-today SNMG2 Arrives in Split, Croatia View post tag: SNMG2 View post tag: News by topic View post tag: Navylast_img read more

Region Three schools football champs decided…

first_imgDen Amstel and Uitvlugt crowned championsDEN Amstel Primary school and Uitvlugt Secondary school were yesterday crowned Champions of Region Three when the Primary and Secondary schools round-robin football tournament climaxed at the Den Amstel Community Centre ground, West Coast Demerara.Led by a hat-trick of goals from Captain Stellon Nelson, Den Amstel brushed aside Parfait Harmonie 4-0 in the final of the Primary division. Que Robinson netted the other goal to complete the rout in the one-sided affair.In the 3rd place play-off in the Secondary division, Alex Edwards produced an extra time goal in the first period to give West Demerara victory over a stubborn Good Fortune unit by a 4-3 margin.The sides were deadlocked at 3-all when the referee blew his whistle to signal the end of regulation time. Also on the score sheet for the winners were, Esan David, Gary Newlake and Denroy Duncan. For the losers, Steadroy Lee netted a double while there was one for Stephon Fraser.The feature game of the afternoon resulted in triumph for Uitvlugt as they overcame Vreed-en-Hoop 3-1. Germaine Jacobs opened the scoring in the 20th minute to give Uitvlught a 1-0 lead at the break.After the resumption,Deon Prince made it 2-0 before Floyd Peters pulled one back for Vreed-en-Hoop. Daniel Floyd then regained the two goal cushion to ensure his side lifts the Secondary division Champion’s trophy.Ten teams participated in each of the two divisions of competition which was sponsored by the Ministry of Social Protection and coordinated by Joel Gibson.(Ras Wadada)last_img read more