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# Health Service

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Poll: Should there be minimum sentences for anyone convicted of assaulting hospital staff?
Staff in Irish hospitals assaulted over 1,000 times last year - but union warns it's 'tip of iceberg'
'Affordable and transparent': HSE's new system for purchasing medicines to cost €1.3 billion
HSE trolley crisis: Recruitment freeze is 'starving frontline services of much-needed staff'
It's the worst ever day for trolley overcrowding in Irish hospitals since records began, INMO says
The HSE has €1.4 billion more to spend on healthcare in 2020
Simon Harris 'not worried' amid speculation he could be next to face no confidence vote
'We are at breaking point': Hospital doctors to be balloted for industrial action
Opinion: The health service will collapse if the exploitation of Ireland's carers isn't addressed
Catherine Cox
'They deserve better': Taoiseach apologises to patients waiting on hospital trolleys as numbers rise
HSE sought out experienced physios for vacant position ... then pulled job due to recruitment freeze
Psychiatric nurses begin overtime ban as Dáil hears they've been propping up services by working extra hours
Almost a billion Euro paid out in medical negligence cases since 2014, new figures show
'Wholly unsatisfactory': Harris pressed in Dáil over recruitment freeze in the HSE
'Wasteful, inefficient, horrendous': 30,000 people waited longer than 24 hours on hospital trolleys this year
Nurses in Dublin hospital may be told not to turn up over busy New Year period due to visa issues
TV presenter Brendan Courtney appointed to Sláintecare implementation council
Leo wanted the HSE to save money by re-using crutches, but was told it was a non-runner
Woman who led Temple Bar's 1990s revival chosen to lead Irish healthcare's transformation
There are more people on hospital waiting lists than ever before
Woman who called emergency services in France mocked by operator and died hours afterwards
Q&A: Who will pay for abortions if the Eighth Amendment is repealed?
CervicalCheck: Senior team sent in to ensure women told about smear reviews
Patients at A&E should be either admitted or discharged within six hours, not 14 - IMO chief
'Psychiatrist should not have used HSE headed paper to contact TDs about retaining the Eighth Amendment'
If you're waiting for an eye procedure there's a good chance you'll be waiting over a year
The government vowed to stop it, but 10,000 elderly people had to wait in A&E for more than a day
'Inconceivable' that health system would be able to deal with mass casualty event
Over 23,000 formal complaints were made to the HSE in 2016
Majority of patients wait longer than six hours in an emergency department to be seen by a doctor
Susie Long's husband says 10 years after her death, people are still stuck on waiting lists
'It's a serial killer': Detection rates on the rise as staff become 'sepsis aware'
Man ready to leave National Rehab Hospital, but HSE says there's no money to support him at home
'A watershed moment': TDs have come up with a plan to radically change the healthcare system
Tom Clonan: 'In all our years attending Temple Street, I have never before seen so many sick children and parents'
Tom Clonan
Simon Harris 'pleased to announce' Crumlin Hospital scoliosis theatre to open in April
Paramedics 'disturbed' over delays bringing patients to Emergency Departments
Harris wants to woo Irish nurses home, but only 36 turned up on first day of recruitment drive
Health Minister: 'I don't believe the threat of industrial action helps anyone'
FactCheck: Nursing union leader Liam Doran's claims about the Irish health service