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In the north west’s two main hospitals today, there are 44 patients waiting for a bed. 23 are in Letterkenny University Hospital and 21 in Sligo University Hospital. Overall throughout the country today, there are 343 patients waiting for beds, according to figures from Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation.

More than 30 patients in the north west’s two main hospitals are waiting for beds today. Twenty of them are in Sligo University Hospital, of which 12 are in the emergency department and eight in wards and elsewhere. In Letterkenny University Hospital, there are 10 patients in wards and elsewhere…

Sligo University Hospital has the second-highest number of patients waiting for beds today. There are 31 such patients in Sligo, 23 in the Emergency Department and 8 on wards, according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation. University Hospital Limerick has the most patients awaiting beds . . . the…

There are 28 patients on trolleys waiting for a bed in the north west’s two main hospitals today, the same figure as yesterday. There are 17 in Sligo University Hospital and 11 in Letterkenny University Hospital. Overall throughout the country today, there are 264 people on trolleys.

There are 20 people in hospitals in the north west waiting for a bed today. 17 of them are in Sligo University Hospital and three in Letterkenny hospital. Overall throughout the country today there are 166 people waiting for a hospital bed.

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…