Denis Naughten has contacted Irish Water seeking a meeting with the technical staff involved if the boil water notice is not lifted on the Ballygar water scheme next week.
Roscommon A&E needed to take pressure off hospitals
“There has been a 70% increase in the number of patients left on trollies in local emergency departments during the month of August when compared to August 2014” states Denis Naughten TD
HSE management is deliberately undermining the future of the Sacred Heart Hospital by delaying the submission of detailed plans for its upgrade to the Department of Health, according to Denis Naughten TD.
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HIQA demands upgrade or closure
A directive has been issued to the Sacred Heart Hospital in Roscommon Town stating that if it is not included in the upcoming Government investment plan it will be forced to close its doors.
Parents deserve truth now not next year! The disclosure today that the Portiuncula Hospital maternity inquiry has been delayed until the end of the year has been branded as “unacceptable” by local TD, Denis Naughten. “This issue has now been ongoing within the Saolta Group for nearly 12 months, yet parents first found out about concerns through the media, earlier this …
Denis Naughten TD has welcomed the approval of Government funding for development works by Caltra Community Playgroup
“The playgroup had applied for funding to upgrade the playschool facilities and provide a modern community playschool that will not only meet the existing demands but the future needs of parents and young children”.
Commenting on the HIQA report on the Sacred Heart Hospital, Roscommon, local TD Denis Naughten said that “while there is no doubt the building urgently needs significant investment; the care provided in the hospital is second to none”.
Local TD Denis Naughten has welcomed the Government announcement of a permanent air ambulance service to be based at Custume Barracks in Athlone. “The pilot service which was introduced just over 3 years ago has been a phenomenal success, transporting over 1,000 people to hospital over that period” “I have no doubt that were it not for this service, many …
The mileage clocked up by defence forces personnel in three barracks to provide for duty cover in Dublin is equivalent to travelling around the world 18 times per year, claims Denis Naughten TD.
“The current movement of defence force personnel from Custume Barracks in Athlone to do duties in Dublin is completely unsustainable in the medium