Local TD Denis Naughten has described the new ambulance service that is to be introduced from 1st February in Loughglynn as nothing more than a “political band-aid”. “What is to be introduced from 1st February, to serve West Roscommon and East Mayo, is a ‘borrowed’ ambulance from Roscommon Town, which when available will spend most of its time operating in …
The lights are on, but no ambulance and no service for 30k people
HSE must deliver HIQA recommended ambulance to East Mayo/West Roscommon – Naughten
Ireland West Airport, Knock has the potential to become a hub for Chinese tourists who would have a significant impact on the development of the tourism sector in the midlands & west of Ireland” claims Denis Naughten
Local TD Denis Naughten has described the suggestion that Loughglynn and West Roscommon are to get an ambulance service later this month as “farcical”.
“Sadly, nothing could be further from the truth,” claimed Denis Naughten.
Denis Naughten has received a response from the HSE which is the strongest formal indication to date, that it plans to close the Rosalie Unit in Castlerea. The response comes following his questioning of the Health Minister, Leo Varadkar in the Dail.
Local TD Denis Naughten has stated that he is “deeply disappointed” by the failure of the Health Minister, Leo Varadkar, to answer a single question on the crisis in the mental health services in County Roscommon.
Denis Naughten has described the failure by the HSE to outline its future plan for the Rosalie Unit and those that are presently resident in the unit, as “deeply concerning” On foot of questioning the Health Minister in the Dáil, the HSE have responded to Denis Naughten by stating “clients have recently been assessed and over the coming weeks/months we …
Local TD, Denis Naughten has questioned the Minister for Social Protection, Joan Burton on plans to close community welfare clinics in Keadue, Ballinlough & Roosky, pointing out that “with the lack of public transport, this decision will cause additional financial hardship for families”. Speaking in the Dáil last week, Denis Naughten stated that “families in the Keadue area are now …
Ambulance service not seeking funds to staff West Roscommon base
Local TD, Denis Naughten has revealed that the National Ambulance Service is not even looking for funding from the HSE to staff the new ambulance base in West Roscommon, which as a result will spread an already over extended local ambulance service.