The new home of specialist dermatological services at University Hospital Limerick provides new treatments, added capacity and a much improved environment for patients with skin conditions and cancers.
There are now more people who have quit smoking than smokers in Ireland and Amanda White, who kicked the habit more than a year ago, says it's the best thing she ever did.
Part of the Living Well with Dementia pilot project - “See the Person, not their Dementia”.
The new home of specialist dermatological services at University Hospital Limerick provides new treatments, added capacity and a much improved environment for patients with skin conditions and cancers from all over the MidWest.
The event brings together people focused on providing care that is more person-centred.
Fiona Boyle, Smoking Cessation Advisor, caught up with Jimmy Kavanagh, as he celebrated 10 years since he quit smoking.
An information booklet for General Practitioners (GPs) working with transgender people in the South East has been launched by the HSE.
Dementia Understand Together, a new campaign to increase awareness of dementia
Patients who take part in trials make a profound community contribution. What they do is really important.
Seven students recently graduated from Blue Teapot’s programme specifically for adults with intellectual disabilities
Patients now have an electronic record instead of a paper record, which will enhance patient care
Her success marks an important milestone for cardiology and nursing services nationally and in Tallaght Hospital
The convent in Ballyshannon has been transformed into the area’s new primary care centre.
Thanks to an insulin pump, a family of three children are now able to lead normal lives
Introducing @hselive a new multi-channel information service to answer question and be a guide to the Irish Health Service
€5.5 million investment in new extension and refurbished Emergency Department in Tallaght to reduce double-backing and increase efficiency.
Survey highlights patient’s gratitude to the staff working in Injury Units across the country.
By the end of 2021, all women aged 50-69 will be invited for free routine mammograms