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Visitor restrictions are still in place at University Hospital Waterford due to Infection Control concerns. This is in the interest of patient care and in order to prevent the spread of infections within the hospital.
HSE management across Cork and Kerry wish to thank the public for their support in recent days as all parts of the health services respond to COVID-19.
An estimated 188,895 Irish people will experience an eating disorder at some point in their lives. Over 85% of those struggling with eating disorders find it hard to access treatment.
EOLAS is a new and innovative approach as a component of mental health service delivery throughout Ireland.
“Living Well”, a programme designed for adults over eighteen who are living with or caring for someone with a long-term health condition, begins in Arklow and Shankill next week
The HSE has today (Thursday, 27th February) published its annual updated cost of providing care in its public residential care centres for older people.
Community Healthcare Organisation Area 1 (Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Monaghan and Sligo) hosted a Safeguarding and Patient Safety Event for staff on 11th February in Great Northern Hotel Bundoran.
The HSE is today (Tuesday 25th February) reminding parents that HSE school vaccination teams are now returning to secondary schools to offer the 2nd dose of HPV vaccine and a dose of MenACWY vaccine to first year students.
This National No Smoking Day (Wednesday, 26 February 2020) the HSE calls on people who smoke to take on the 28-day #TheLastStop no smoking challenge in March.
Unused or out of date medicine can pose a danger in the home. Cork Kerry Community Healthcare is asking the public to use a free service to dispose of them over the next few weeks.