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#HSE

# hse - Monday 16 April, 2018

Evening Poll: Do you think it's okay to cover for a co-worker because of their drinking? Turmoil This post contains a poll

# hse - Wednesday 11 April, 2018

Adults under 40 urged to get vaccinated against measles as 28 cases confirmed in mid-west

The majority of cases are in Limerick city.

# hse - Saturday 7 April, 2018

Living with Parkinson's in Ireland: 'If I was dependent on the HSE I wouldn't be able to move now'

There are 12,000 people in Ireland living with Parkinson’s disease and numbers are continuing to rise.

# hse - Wednesday 28 March, 2018

Celebrity chef Kevin Dundon is suing the HSE over medical procedure

Dundon suffered two pulmonary embolisms following a medical procedure last year.

# hse - Sunday 25 March, 2018

What to do if your daughter didn't get the HPV vaccine before, but wants it now

Since September 2016 the uptake rate for the vaccine has increased from 51% to 62%.

# hse - Friday 23 March, 2018

Being treated with chemical pipe cleaner had 'devastating' impact on children

Over 40 children attending a dental clinic in Clare were treated with water contaminated by pipe cleaner.

# hse - Thursday 22 March, 2018

'It could have saved my life': HSE launches information campaign on the HPV vaccine

The vaccine’s uptake rates have risen to 67% since the first phase of the campaign was launched in August last year.

# hse - Sunday 18 March, 2018

How people in Cork are fighting back against FGM

“People don’t speak about it unless a victim of this heinous crime speaks out.”

# hse - Thursday 15 March, 2018

Medical card patients claim HSE is refusing to reimburse them for GP blood tests

Last month Health Minister Simon Harris said the HSE would arrange for refunds if a patient had been incorrectly charged.

# hse - Tuesday 13 March, 2018

'It would not feel right': Simon Harris cancels St Patrick's Day trip away

Yesterday, the INMO said that there were 714 people on trolleys in hospitals across the country.

HSE says meningitis cases in Meath were 'small family outbreak'

A young girl died from meningitis last week.

'Young people are exhausted': This new toolkit is tackling sleep deprivation among teenagers

The Sleep Programme supports young adults to improve or maintain their sleep routine.

# hse - Sunday 11 March, 2018

'I left weeping': Medical card patients are still being charged by GPs for blood tests

The HSE has said blood tests should be covered by the card and patients should report their GPs if they are charged.

HSE says Brexit implications 'unclear' for Irish patients seeking eating disorder treatment in the UK

There are just three specialist eating disorder beds at St Vincent’s University Hospital in Dublin for the acute treatment of adults.

# hse - Saturday 10 March, 2018

'I could never work again after I got sick, that really affected me'

Every year at least 80 people in Ireland develop acute intestinal failure.

School principal speaks of 'terrible tragedy' after young girl dies from suspected meningitis

A second child was also said to be in a critical condition.

# hse - Friday 9 March, 2018

HSE paramedic changes plea to guilty over assaulting two female students by putting them in choke hold HSE

HSE paramedic changes plea to guilty over assaulting two female students by putting them in choke hold

The 35-year-old dramatically changed his plea at Ennis Circuit Court today.

A young girl has died in suspected meningitis outbreak

Several children were brought to hospital yesterday.

# hse - Thursday 8 March, 2018

Warning that dietary supplement 'not fit for human consumption' due to presence of illegal steroids

The FSAI has told people not to purchase or consume Falcon Labs products.

# hse - Wednesday 7 March, 2018

HSE paramedic 'knocked out' student nurse and 'choked' pregnant woman, court hears

The court heard of the incidents which allegedly occurred during a first aid class.

# hse - Tuesday 6 March, 2018

'Somebody needs to shout stop': HSE nursing homes cost a lot more to run than private ones

New figures show a significant discrepancy in the weekly costs of providing long-term residential care for elderly people.

'It has been a unique privilege': HSE chief Tony O'Brien to leave role this summer

Tony O’Brien has led the HSE since 2012.

# hse - Monday 5 March, 2018

Emergency Department attendances rise sharply today in wake of Storm Emma

During the course of Storm Emma, the HSE saw a 41% reduction in attendances at Emergency Departments.

# hse - Sunday 4 March, 2018

17 Irish hospitals have yet to roll out calorie counts on menus

Improving the standard of food has been highlighted as a priority by Health Minister Simon Harris.

# hse - Friday 2 March, 2018

Medical staff sleep in wards and brave dangerous weather to make it to hospitals

The work doesn’t stop in Ireland’s hospitals just because there is a weather warning in place.

# hse - Thursday 1 March, 2018

Michael D Higgins praises people who are working to provide essential services during storm

A status red snow-ice warning is in place for the entire country.

HSE staff won't have to work back emergency leave taken during storm

Simon Harris said employees will receive emergency leave with pay.

# hse - Wednesday 28 February, 2018

All non-urgent outpatient procedures in Leinster and Munster cancelled

Three children’s hospitals are also cancelling planned admissions and outpatient appointments.

# hse - Sunday 25 February, 2018

'We'd given up hope': One year later, Kerry parents finally given full-time respite service for adult children

There has been no full-time respite service available in Kerry for around a year.

# hse - Friday 23 February, 2018

Over 100 people have now died from flu this season

The number who’d died at the start of February stood at 55.

# hse - Thursday 22 February, 2018

'The HSE has lost all credibility': Partner of man who died 30 minutes after being transferred from hospital

A report found the death was “predictable and preventable”.

# hse - Wednesday 21 February, 2018

Thousands support campaign to have Versatis patches reinstated for chronic pain sufferers

Only patients suffering from post-shingles pain are automatically covered under drug payment and medical card schemes.

# hse - Thursday 15 February, 2018

Temple Street asks parents to keep children away from emergency department as 14 left on trolleys

The hospital said seriously ill or injured children will still be treated as a priority.

# hse - Tuesday 13 February, 2018

11 cases confirmed in measles outbreak across Limerick and Dublin MMR

11 cases confirmed in measles outbreak across Limerick and Dublin

The incident is being examined by the HSE’s measles outbreak control team.

# hse - Monday 12 February, 2018

Simon Harris confirms HSE review of foetal monitors in 11 hospitals

Harris sought to ensure expectant mothers that all the hospitals have been “reissued with the guidance” over the machines.

# hse - Wednesday 7 February, 2018

'Psychiatrist should not have used HSE headed paper to contact TDs about retaining the Eighth Amendment'

Chief Executive Tony O’Brien said the HSE must stay neutral in referenda and elections.

# hse - Friday 2 February, 2018

7 things you didn't know about my job as... a child psychologist

The long road in college is worth it, says Sara O’Byrne of Treehouse Practice.

# hse - Thursday 1 February, 2018

Boil water notice that affected 65,000 people lifted for several areas

Irish Water has apologised for the inconvenience caused.

55 people have died during this year's flu season

The HSE says that we may have reached peak flu season this week.

# hse - Wednesday 31 January, 2018

Boil water notice remains in place for 65,000 people

Irish Water has apologised for the inconvenience.

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