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27 Jul 21 13:36
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Irish nurses Love

341  awaiting admission
294  waiting in  emergency
47   waiting on trolleys around the hospital

It's a shame the health service executive improved nothing
We have issues with overcrowding
taught it wouldn't happen till end of September
We can't cope ever ..
I hope the health police can help ?

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By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 27 Jul 21 13:40
A peak at one hospital .. Not mrs.shiny hospital
But she knows it's coming ExcitedLove
By:
politicspunter
When: 27 Jul 21 13:43
What time are they switching on the other EU robot today?
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 27 Jul 21 13:54
Have some digital dignity
Or I'll send the Anti-Sex League  Love
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 27 Jul 21 14:14
/\ save the planet 1984 style Cool
France, one less child represents 40 tonnes of carbon saved per year.
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 27 Jul 21 14:34
We're slowly adopting the American system.

Where the poor have access to basic emergency service, and the rich use private medicine and enjoy the best there is to offer.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 27 Jul 21 14:55
/\_We have that here already
vhi private is one lots available. If you don't have it expect years on waiting list ..
Comedy the gov. Took over these as overspill .. In effect making them pointless .. They returned 10% of yearly cost Laugh
By:
saddo
When: 28 Jul 21 09:56
This sounds bad in the Irish Times.....................


There are 644 patients on trolleys in emergency departments or on wards waiting for a hospital bed on Tuesday, nurses have said.

The Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation (INMO) said there were 55 people on trolleys or on wards at University Hospital Galway and 54 at Cork University Hospital.

The new figures represent one of the highest levels of hospital overcrowding recorded so far.

Earlier this month a record 677 patients were waiting on trolleys in emergency departments or onwards for a hospital bed after being deemed by a doctor to require admission.

Last week the trolley and ward count figure compiled by the INMO reached 668.
By:
politicspunter
When: 28 Jul 21 10:30
Horrendous situation in Ireland hospitals Sad
By:
saddo
When: 28 Jul 21 10:32
Aye, that piece above was Jan 2018 though, well before the vid.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 13:43
lol well played saddo
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 13:44
people on trolleys has been a major political issue here for as long as i can remember

was probbaly the second biggest issue in the last election after housing (early 2020, before covid)
By:
saddo
When: 28 Jul 21 13:53
You'll be doing the same as us G. Invite millions in and squash em into existing schools and hospitals. Lack of forward planning is diabolical.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 13:56
on the contrary Irish government has a plan

it's called Ireland 2030 or something

population will increase by a million, mostly born overseas Love
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 28 Jul 21 14:02
The plan will be the same as the UK's. Share out what already exists.

Although haven't they already got too many houses.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 28 Jul 21 14:10
New children's hospital @ James
initial cost of €800m and we could potentially and very likely exceed €2bn
ExcitedLaughLaugh
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 14:19
will need another one soon for the Chinese and Indians
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 14:20
too few houses crippen? yes
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 14:20
just keep building more and more

sure isn't it great for the economy
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 14:21
who needs green spaces and public services

Indian IT workers and Polish plumbers need to live somewhere
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 28 Jul 21 14:32
This a lousy site.

Type it out and then when you post, it reports an error and you lose the lot.
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 28 Jul 21 14:38
Yes too few houses now Giuseppe.

They built too many which trashed the market.

The market took ages to recover, and when it did there weren't enough houses.
And a many had been built where no one wants to live.

So now they haven't got enough houses.

Best of luck finding room for another million.
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 14:47
houses being crammed into every green space now

planning permission just been lodged for apartments on school playing fields near where I live
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 14:58
what caused the 2008 crash in Ireland

property bubble was always going to pop at some point

this was combined with bad international economy

and banks were over exposed due to poor regulation

few houses were built in the meantime

then when economy picks up, and rising population due to immigration, not enough houses
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 14:59
Sinn Fein during the last election promising to build thousands of new homes

other parties "where will you get the workers to build them"

Sinn Fein "we'll bring them in from abroad"

other parties "where will you house them"
By:
Giuseppe
When: 28 Jul 21 15:06
there was a house in south dublin with about 50 romanians living in four rooms

was on the tv news
By:
Dr Crippen
When: 28 Jul 21 15:07
The UK's government's got the right idea.

Promise to build more houses then do no such thing.
By:
shiny new shoes please
When: 28 Jul 21 15:10
the vulture funds buying estates
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