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The HSE is today (Monday, 4th October 2021), pleased to launch The Get up, Get dressed, Get moving challenge, an initiative that will be taking place in a number of hospitals throughout Ireland from the 4th October and the 3rd December 2021.
Today (Monday, 4th October), the HSE is asking people to come forward and get their free flu vaccine is if is recommended for them. The flu vaccine will help protect those most at risk of serious illness from flu.
The HSE Chronic Disease Management Programme (CDM) recently received an international award for developing a structured illness and preventative care programme in general practice.
From today, Friday, October 1, 2021, the public offices of the Civil Registration Service will reopen to members of the public who want to register births or deaths, or give notice of intention to marry.
From this week, an additional dose of COVID-19 vaccine will be offered to people aged 12 and over, whose immune system is weakened.
Tomorrow, (Friday, 1st October 2021) the HSE marks the start of National Breastfeeding Week with the return of in-person breastfeeding groups after 18 months
The HSE is inviting people who smoke to take the 28-day no smoking challenge this October and join thousands of others who have already used the HSE QUIT service to quit smoking in 2021.
HSE CHO1 Head of Service, Primary Care, Dermot Monaghan has described the efforts of staff in Primary Care as unprecedented in a video thanking staff for all they have done since the outbreak of COVID-19.
A video thanking HSE staff in CHO Area 1 (Cavan, Donegal, Leitrim, Monaghan and Sligo) by the Head of Service, Disability Services, Ms Edel Quinn, has been published.
From today (Monday, 27th September), the HSE will operate walk-in vaccination clinics in Higher Education Institutions as part of an expanded range of walk-in vaccination clinics