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There are over 50 people waiting for beds this morning in the North West , according to today’s INMO Trolley watch figures.   There are 27 people waiting at Letterkenny University Hospital and 25 at Sligo University Hospital.   The national figure stands at 305.   There are 10 people…

There are currently 40 people waiting for hospital beds in the north west today.   That’s according to today’s INMO Trolley Watch.   16 patients are waiting at Sligo University Hospital and 24 in Letterkenny.   There are 11 patients waiting  in the emergency department in Sligo and 16 elsewhere…

There are 36 people waiting on hospital beds in the north west today according to today’s INMO Trolley Watch figures.   There are 20 currently waiting on beds at Sligo University Hospital. 4 are in the emergency department and 16 elsewhere in the Hospital.   Meanwhile, in Letterkenny University there…

Sligo University Hospital has the second-highest amount of people waiting for a bed in the country at 34 according to the latest Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation figures.   21 are in the emergency department and 13 elsewhere in the hospital.   The numbers are also high in Letterkenny University…

There are 43 people today waiting on hospitals beds in the North West today according to the latest INMO trolley watch figures. The number at Sligo University Hospital currently stands at 30 which is the second highest in the country only behind University Hospital Limerick where there are 42 waiting.…

The number of people waiting on a hospital bed at Sligo University Hospital has reduced today.   Sligo University hospital had 22 people waiting at its Emergency Department yesterday and that figure has dropped to 7 today.   There are no patients waiting on hospital beds in Letterkenny today.  …

There are 17 patients waiting on Hospital beds in the North West.   15 of the patients are in Sligo University Hospital, 9 of whom are in the emergency Department and 6 elsewhere in the Hospital.   There are 2 people waiting on beds in Letterkenny, both in the Emergency…