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Yvonne Young, Clinical Midwife Specialist in Ultrasound in Maternity Services discusses the 'new normal' in Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise.
Catríona Brennan, Staff Nurse, writes what it was like working on a special COVID-19 ward in Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise.
Cheerful, friendly and irrepressibly positive, hospital porter Stuart ‘Stu’ Williams is just what the doctor ordered, especially during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Gerry Keogh is the Maintenance Supervisor in Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise and he talks about how his role has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Dr Laura Hennessy, SHO in MRH Portlaoise tells us what it is like working in the Emergency Department during COVID-19.
Alice Whyte is a Senior SLT in Naas General Hospital. Alice writes about the role of SLT during the COVID-19 pandemic and how her role has changed.
Louise O’Brien, a Senior Physiotherapist in the of Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise, tells us about a day in the Out-Patients Department during COVID-19.
Fiona Lucey, a Senior Dietitian in Critical Care, tells us about how her role at Naas General Hospital has changed during the COVID-19 pandemic.
HSE Midlands Louth Meath: Local authorities have set up community support forums to help people during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Martina McCabe, a Multi Task Attendant in the Catering Department at Naas General Hospital tells us about meeting nutritional needs of patients during COVID-19
Michelle Roberts, a Clinical Specialist CT Radiographer in Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise discusses how her role has changed in light of COVID-19.
HSE MLM have launched a video with Hector Ó hEochagáin, Liam Jackson & Dr Eddie Murphy outlining the supports available to help people mind their mental health
Zubair Abbas, a Respiratory Registrar in a designated COVID-19 ward in Naas General Hospital talks about how his routine has changed considerably.
Nóirín Sheridan, a Senior SLT, has been redeployed to a COVID-19 Community Testing site at Tallaght Soccer Stadium.
Theresa Dixon, Assistant Director Of Nursing, tells us about working in the Intensive Care Unit at Naas General Hospital during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Claire Fitzpatrick, a Clinical Midwife Specialist in Lactation in Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise discusses how she is preparing women for breastfeeding and preparing them for their babies being born during the COVID-19 pandemic with virtual workshops and online information and resources.
Susan Haverty, Clinical Midwife Specialist in Diabetes in MRHP discusses innovations implemented to the care of women diagnosed with gestational diabetes
Tuesday, 5th May celebrates International Day of the Midwife 2020. To mark the day, MRHP are discussing these great examples of excellence and innovation.
Raj Periyakaruppan, a Respiratory Physiotherapist in Naas General Hospital tells us how the team help critically ill patients in the ICU.
HSE MLM has launched a ‘Support our frontline’ campaign with some very familiar names and personalities who have entertained us on TV, radio, or sport.
If you stay home you will save lives - a message from the staff of Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise
The message is clear – you can play your part because we are all in this together!
A very important message from Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore on Covid-19 #ItsInOurHands
Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore launched Hospital Watch in February 2020, a proactive crime prevention programme in hospital settings.
The HSE Healthy Ireland Love Life Love Walking day takes place on Friday February 14th 2020. Join the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group and wear your runners or walking shoes to work!
Members of the Emergency Services visited Tullamore Educate Together School to speak to the pupils about staying safe on the roads.
The Coombe Women & Infants University Hospital and the Dublin Midlands Hospital Group have launched a video to highlight the key actions we can all take to reduce infection in our hospitals.
Midland Regional Hospital Tullamore responds to the findings of the National Inpatient Experience Survey.
Naas General Hospital responds to the findings of the National Inpatient Experience Survey discussing the development of the Ask Me 3 campaign in the hospital to improve the patient experience.
Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise responds to the findings of the National Inpatient Experience Survey.
Tallaght University Hospital responds to the findings of the National Patient Experience Survey.
After a successful decade of support and encouragement, the Midlands Multiple Myeloma Support Group celebrated its 10th anniversary on 30th of May 2019.
Prof. Sean Kennelly and Dr. Emmet Byrne discuss 'Walking Your Way Home' which helps patients to keep the mobility that they have.
To mark World Allergy Day 2019, paediatric services in Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise discuss top concerns of families where children have a food allergy.
TUH Continence Awareness Week theme ‘PANTS for Continence’: Proactive, Awareness, Nothing to be ashamed of, Talk to your doctor & we can Solve the problem.
MRHT celebrated with an event to celebrate the cultural diversity and the multicultural teams among the nursing staff and HCAs at the Hospital.
On World Hand Hygiene Day we all need to remember that to protect our health we all need to clean our hands thoroughly.
To mark World Asthma Day, Midland Regional Hospital Portlaoise held an information campaign for public & staff to improve asthma awareness & care.
Naas General Hospital have launched a ‘Mealtimes Matter’ Quality Initiative to promote the operation of protected mealtime services in the Hospital.
TUH Sepsis 6 song was first introduced at Grand Rounds in March 2018 with the video being launched at the TUH Audit Symposium in April 2019.
By Michelle Bergin, Regional Infection Prevention Control Nurse, Midlands
Advice from Tullamore Hospital and Community Services on staying healthy this Christmas.
Viruses such as the flu start to circulate at this time of year. These illnesses will have a greater impact on some people more than others.