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Last year
2023
HSE has 'significant concerns' it will continue to miss emergency department targets
Surgeon seeks High Court order restraining HSE investigating allegations against him
Review finds 'grounds for concern' for abuse of 21 residents at HSE-run nursing home
HSE issue safety warning for two vaping products with illegally high nicotine contents
'Exponential rise' in number of legal cases being taken against CervicalCheck, says WHO report
'The system is broken': Carlow toddler with scoliosis without therapy due to staffing crisis
Nearly 2,000 women approved for reimbursement of cost of pregnancy drug
HSE issues safety alert over higher than permitted nicotine levels in e-cigarette liquid
HSE appoints safeguarding expert following review into ‘serious’ sexual assault at nursing home
Safeguarding expert to be appointed after review into sexual assault at HSE-run nursing home
Medicine shortages: Dept Health says 'numerous alternatives available to ensure continuity of care'
Nurses recruited to Ireland who fail €2,800 test left with debt and no work
TDs praise officials for ensuring HSE wasn't 'falling over' after Bank Holiday weekend
Ireland's Covid-19 vaccination programme will pause over the summer
HSE launch campaign to recruit 400 new doctors to practice in Ireland by end of 2023
Close to 500,000 people on waiting lists longer than maximum Sláintecare wait time targets
HSE says 20 people's data breached in cyber-attack on third party recruitment software
Some HSE mental health centres face being de-registered unless they improve compliance
Ministers express unease over underspend on national roads projects
Optometrists call for end to ‘geographical lottery’ in children’s eye-care
Overseas nurses who quit jobs to work in Irish hospitals losing offers over permit delays
97 drug samples surrendered for testing at Life Festival
It is 'inevitable' the health service will have to move to a seven-day roster, Tánaiste says
'Where will mum go?' Families panic following Cork nursing home's Fair Deal exit
'Not in interest of the State' to share estimates of Children's Hospital final cost
Planning permission granted for 852 new homes on site of former Central Mental Hospital
Over 800 nurses and midwives assaulted in first three months of 2023
No funding being provided this year for development of more HSE eating disorder services
Healthcare workers have positive attitudes towards LGBT+ people but lack training, study shows
HSE boss agrees to independent review of circumstances of Limerick hospital death
HSE to launch psychological supports for young people with cancer
'Is anyone else terrified?': Doctors concerned as GPs are targets of ransomware attacks monthly
GPs say new medical card holders will struggle to get seen in midst of 'workforce crisis'
Over 100 faulty ventilators ordered by HSE in March 2020 still in storage amid legal dispute
Ambulance workers vote for strike action over delays to proposed pay reforms
HSE kept recruiting nurses from African countries added to WHO list of vulnerable workforces
Donnelly in talks on establishing 'hospital-linked' accommodation for migrant nurses
'I was punched in the face': ED nurse on why there's no appetite for strike but it may be 'only way'
Nurses to vote on potential strike action as HSE and Government roll out new promises
More than seven in ten Irish nurses have considered quitting their jobs - INMO survey