April 15, 2021
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The Department of Psychiatry at St Luke’s Hospital has received a glowing inspection report showing significant improvements on a recent report, for which it was prosecuted for potential critical risks at the facility. The Mental Health Commission’s report on the Kilkenny facility shows marked improvements in many areas, including their overall compliance with rules,
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Ireland has now reached its highest level of hospitalisations due to Covid-19 according to the head of the Health Services Executive (HSE). Meanwhile, there are no beds currently available at St Luke’s General Hospital, with 21 patients waiting on trolleys. HSE Chief Executive Paul Reid this morning revealed a total of 921 people are now […]
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Partners of expecting mothers will continue to be excluded from participating in scans and check-ups at St Luke’s General Hospital as the Kilkenny hospital continues to deal with the Covid-19 pandemic. Last week the Government and the Health Service Executive (HSE) bowed to pressure and allowed partners of expectant mothers attend the milestone 20-week scan. […]
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St Luke’s General Hospital in Kilkenny has confirmed it has been forced to temporarily relocate the paediatric ward after it admitted “a lot of seriously ill patients”. The hospital confirmed there has been a significant increase in the number of patients with “a variety of complex healthcare needs” – including people who are presenting with […]