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Visitor restrictions are still in place at South Tipperary General Hospital. The restrictions were imposed earlier this week due to a number of cases of the Norovirus among patients. Visiting is...
South Tipperary General Hospital (STGH) has a confirmed an outbreak of the Norovirus among a number of patients and therefore has put in place strict visitor restrictions with immediate effect. Visiting is only...
Noise from traffic on the N24 going through Tipperary town is regularly reaching levels that the World Health Organisation (WHO) deems damaging to health. The March4Tipp group has monitored noise levels from seven different...
All 40 beds at the new modular unit at South Tipperary General Hospital are due to be open by the end of the first quarter of next year. According to Michael Lowry TD today, the...
Representatives of Tipperary's Fight for Mental Health Services will be in Thurles this Saturday (Aug 24th), outlining the campaign that will lead to a public March in Clonmel at the end of September.Campaigners will be in Thurles...
Visitor restrictions have been put in place at University Hospital Limerick due to a number of patients suffering from a stomach bug. In total there are 14 patients showing symptoms in two wards...
Overcrowding at South Tipperary General Hospital’s Emergency Department this morning has prompted management to appeal to the public to only present themselves at the ED in cases of genuine emergency. Members of the...
The number of people waiting on hospital trolleys is approaching the 500 mark.According to the latest figures from the INMO, 495 people were waiting to be assigned beds at the country’s hospitals this morning.
People are being asked to only attend the emergency department at South Tipperary General Hospital in cases of real emergency.The appeal has been issued as the hospital struggles to deal with an increase in the number of...
A Stroke Awareness Event that has taken place in Clonmel today, was asked whether it is acceptable that sufficient services for those who have suffered a stroke are not widely available in Co Tipperary.Martin Quinn pointed out...
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