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# Hospitals

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Tánaiste says he does not think new restrictions will be needed to tackle summer Covid wave
HSE details hospitals with the highest average wait times
Nurses suffering from burnout due to overcrowding in A&E, says INMO
Is Stephen Donnelly's €350m plan to tackle waiting lists this year actually working?
19,866 new Covid cases reported as consultants warn hospitals face increased pressure
Pressure on Emergency Departments 'worst since Covid-19 pandemic began', consultant says
Midwest hospitals impose visiting bans due to 'very high' number of Covid patients
Overcrowding and over 1,000 Covid-19 cases in hospitals is 'recipe for disaster', INMO says
Russia says it could target Western arms supplies to Ukraine
Mater Hospital asks public to avoid emergency department as Covid-19 patients rise
Consultants association warns of long waiting lists for bowel disease treatment
The Explainer: Healthcare staff on what it's like working during the Omicron wave
NI Health Minister requests military aid to help relieve Covid pressure in hospitals
Fewer days in isolation and more antigen testing: Department of Health releases new testing regime
Three elective hospitals to be developed in Cork, Galway and Dublin to help tackle waiting lists
Number of patients on hospital trolleys hits highest level since pandemic began
Opinion: Listen to our mothers - fresh air and ventilation can prevent virus spread in hospitals
Hilary Humphreys
Healthcare worker absences due to Covid-19 at highest level since January
Hospitals to require visitors to show proof of Covid vaccination or immunity from Monday
'It's not really true' that increasing ICU beds will make Covid situation better, HSE CEO says
HSE preparing for influx of Covid patients and warns that up to 2,000 could be hospitalised
'Staff are beyond breaking point': Government accused of leaving health service vulnerable
HSE's Dr Colm Henry: 'We’re heading into a difficult winter, there’s no doubt about that'
Increase in number of patients accidentally exposed to ionising radiation in hospitals
New draft guidelines say maternity restrictions should be 'minimum' needed to curb virus
Transplant patients urged to get vaccinated due to 'high risk' of infection
Covid-19 patients have 'disproportionate' impact on health system as hospitalisations rise
Warning of further surgery cancellations in Northern Ireland as Covid ICU pressures mount
HSE chief says roadmap to easing maternity hospital restrictions 'would be valuable'
Hospital chief hits back at union’s claim patient overcrowding situation is 'out of control'
More storms on the way in UK after almost a month’s rain falls on London in a day
Bonus for healthcare staff for their work during the pandemic being 'actively considered'
Hospitals told to allow wider access to maternity partners during pregnancy care
'Nothing has changed': Continued calls for easing of maternity partner restrictions
Risk patients' medical data affected by HSE ransomware attack 'will be abused', government warns
HSE won't comment on ransom figure, as other departments take precautions after cyber attack
'Safe and steady' progress made as HSE attempts to regain control of IT system
HSE confirms ransom has been sought over cyber attack but says it will not be paid
Explainer: What is a ransomware attack and why has the HSE been targeted?
HSE cyber attack: what services are affected and which ones are still working?