Denis Naughten TD has today (Wednesday) called on the Minister for Health, Leo Varadkar, to ensure that the inquiry at Portiuncula Hospital is extended following the disclosure that 28% of all birth specific maternity incidents nationally, happened in the 5 maternity hospitals in the West/North West Hospital Group.
Denis Naughten TD has welcomed the publication of a letter by Mr. Liam McMullen, Consultant Surgeon at Roscommon County Hospital, which clearly shows that the HSE has failed to provide a safe ambulance service to the people of County Roscommon following the closure of Roscommon A&E…
The timing is right for the establishment of a new smart technology enterprise hub in Monksland, according to the backers of a plan to create 26 jobs in the Monksland area of Athlone that was launched yesterday. (Thursday).
The timing is right for the establishment of a new smart technology enterprise hub in Monksland, according to the backers of a plan to create 26 jobs in the Monksland area of Athlone that was launched yesterday.
Enterprise hub has potential to create 26 jobs in first year. A plan to create 26 jobs in the Monksland area of Athlone will be launched this week with the publication of a report on the establishment of a Smart Technology Enterprise Hub.
Local TD, Denis Naughten has stated that “the current crisis at the acute psychiatric unit at University Hospital, Galway is as a direct result of the closure of St. Luke’s acute unit in Ballinasloe and the decision to send back €6m in funding at the end of last year”.
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 …
National wetland park on Roscommon/Longford border now even more important
Local TD, Denis Naughten has welcomed reports by Centre Parcs UK that it is to develop a tourism project in Ballymahon, Co. Longford which has huge potential to boost tourism in County Roscommon.
“Centre Parcs is a major tourism operator and its plan for the site in Ballymahon, will see over 100,000 visitors come to the region annually.
Denis Naughten has today (Wednesday) asked the Taoiseach to withdraw new TB rules introduced by the Department of Agriculture which effectively ban treating sick cattle for up to 6 weeks, in advance of a herd test.