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There are 15 people waiting for a bed in the two main hospitals in the north west. 6 patients are waiting in Letterkenny University Hospital and a further 9 in Sligo University Hospital. Figures across the north west have remained low in recent months due to the Covid-19 pandemic, however,…

Over 80% of patients at Sligo University Hospital have reported to have a positive experience at the hospital in 2019. That’s according to a recent survey by the National Inpatient Experience Survey. The National Inpatient Experience Survey is a nationwide survey that offers patients the opportunity to describe their experience…

27 people from across the North West are waiting for hospital beds today at the 2 main regional hospitals according to the INMO trolley watch figures. Letterkenny University Hospital has 7 patients without beds today with 3 waiting in the emergency department and 4 waiting on other wards throughout the…

24 people are waiting for a bed this morning at the two main acute hospitals in the north west. Letterkenny University Hospital has 17 people waiting for a bed, with a further 7 at Sligo University Hospital. The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisations conduct a count around the country’s hospitals…

Both university hospitals in the North West have been ranked within the top 5 worst affected hospitals in the country today. Sligo University Hospital is the 4th worst affected hospital in the country, with Letterkenny coming in 5th when it comes to trolley figures released by Irish Nurses and Midwives…

Letterkenny University Hospital is the 4th worst affected hospital in the country today when it comes to trolley waiting figures. The figures from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation show there are 40 people waiting on trolleys or chairs with a further 17 waiting in Sligo University Hospital. Nationally, there…