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Vaccination clinics for children aged six months to four years and five to eleven years are continuing in Donegal.
Vaccination clinics for children aged six months to four years and five to eleven years are continuing in Cavan Monaghan.
Vaccination clinics for children aged six months to four years and five to eleven years are continuing in Sligo Leitrim.
The HSE welcomes the publication today (Wednesday 26th July 2023) of the final report of the Mental Health Commission (MHC) on the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS).
A Launch Day/Open Information Day was held on Monday July 24th at St Joseph’s Pastoral Centre, Broad Road, Monaghan to introduce the new COPD Support Group.
The highlight of a day full of family and fun at the Tir na nOg unit at St John’s Hospital, Sligo recently, was the official opening of ‘Minnie’s Garden’.
The HSE will introduce publicly funded fertility treatment services from September 2023. This includes treatments such as IVF, IUI and ICSI for people who meet the access criteria, as announced by the Minister for Health today.
On Tuesday 18th July 2023, Minister Rabbitte T.D., Minister for Disabilities, Department of Children, Equality, Disability, Integration and Youth officially opened the Community Inclusion Dungloe, Hub in Donegal.
COVID-19 Children’s vaccination clinics for children aged 6 months to four years and five to 11 years are continuing in Cavan Monaghan.
The HSE has today published the outcome of the two separate investigations which were undertaken following a serious sexual assault on a resident (pseudonym Emily) at a HSE community nursing unit in April 2020.