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# HSE

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2023
'It gave peace and dignity': Campaigners press their case to reopen Tipperary hospice
Ireland has passed the peak of this year’s 'severe' flu season, according to the CMO
HSE advised to screen newborns for rare, life threatening condition by HIQA
HSE urges public to get second booster shot as vaccine uptake lags
HSE boss: Flu, RSV and Covid figures at levels above Govt's 'most pessimistic modelling' for winter
Health bosses will appear before the Oireachtas Health Committee today.
Covid, RSV and influenza continue to place significant pressure on GPs and hospitals.
HSE interim CEO to tell TDs that health service staff "do not believe this is acceptable".
Healthcare services situation ‘matching or exceeding most pessimistic model’, HSE boss says
Slow rollout of eating disorder services 'destroying lives'
Tánaiste says governance and management issues within overall HSE need evaluation
Consultants warn of stark impacts for patients due to 'avoidable delays' in health system
Surge in viruses seen in the Mid-West as some people contract more than one virus
HSE clinical chief says asking hospital staff to work across weekends 'not sustainable'
'Not acceptable' that people are dying due to overcrowding, says INMO
Paramedics at 'breaking point' amid winter surge, SIPTU warns
INMO to consult with members on industrial action
Minister says patients that could be treated in minor injury units are turning up in A&E Depts
Pressure on hospitals due to respiratory illnesses will likely get worse, Donnelly says
INMO calls for return of mandatory mask-wearing in crowded settings amid record trolley numbers
Strength of gay community response to monkeypox was ‘key’ in controlling outbreak
Ireland's smoking rate has not dropped since 2019
Public health reform taking off - but success depends on State tackling inequality
Government commitment to reduce hospital parking charges ‘not prioritised’
Despite repeated promises, little progress has been made to prevent the cost of hospital parking falling on the most vulnerable.
A HSE implementation plan to reduce parking charges was written in 2019 but 'has been superseded by the passage of time'
It would cost at least €4.75 million to cap daily charges at €10
Advocate: 'It would be an easy win for the government'
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Urgent health service demand at never before seen levels amid 'worst year' for hospital overcrowding
250 organ transplants took place in Ireland this year
Taoiseach aims to reduce wait for child healthcare and assessments by 2025
Taoiseach commits to investigation into death of Aoife Johnston (16) at Limerick hospital
HSE warns winter viruses will put hospitals under more pressure 'than has ever been seen'
Junior doctors vote overwhelmingly in favour of agreement to tackle unsafe working hours
Mater restricts visits due to high levels of respiratory infections as 'record' overcrowding hits hospitals
Tusla chief Bernard Gloster appointed as the HSE's new CEO
HSE on 'higher state of alert' as Covid-19 and other illnesses cause concern
HIQA: 'Not uncommon' for patients in EDs to wait 80 to 90 hours for an inpatient bed
Taoiseach apologises to Stephen Teap in wake of CervicalCheck settlement
Mental Health Commission unhappy it can't 'vindicate rights' of Owenacurra residents as it would like to
Stephen Teap hits out at 'politicians who failed to listen' as he settles HSE CervicalCheck case
Irene Teap, a 35-year-old mother of two young boys, died of cancer in July 2017.
Stephen Teap today said the "blood of my wife" is on the Government's hands.
Explainer: What is Strep A infection and how are people affected?
Final cost of National Children’s Hospital ‘may not be known for years’
HSE brace for likely legal actions following cyber breach disclosures
Palliative care supports to be provided to boy with cancer after case raised in the Dáil
'Our child deserves to die at home': Family of boy with cancer told palliative care not available in their area
Open disclosure change agreed for Patient Safety Bill