THE Health and Information Authority (HIQA) will undertake an inspection at Letterkenny University Hospital next week which will include the hospital’s gynaecology services. HIQA confirmed that this announced inspection will take into account their previous review published last October which found further improvements were needed in the management of gynaecology services at Letterkenny University Hospital […]
LETTERKENNY University Hospital is appointing a Clinical Director of Gynaecology in an effort to improve services in the department. The move comes ten months after the Health Information and Quality Authority (HIQA) published a damning report which found that despite additional staffing and funding resources being provided to the service further action was needed to […]
PRINGLE expresses doubts over whether HSE are competent to address management failures Hiqa identified. Independent TD for Donegal, Thomas Pringle, said he has his doubts whether the HSE are competent to address failures of management that Hiqa identified in a report on disability services. The deputy was responding to a report from the Health Information […]
STAFFING issues at Letterkenny University Hospital (LUH) led to thousands of incidents not being properly logged for months, the Donegal News has learned. The issue came to light when members of staff alerted the Health and Information Quality Authority (HIQA) which is now monitoring the situation through inspection. The HSE describes an incident as “an […]
The release of the HIQA report into Ard Gréine, Stranorlar, has ‘reawakened’ the time old fears about safety and care for one Donegal family.
A CARE centre for vulnerable children in Letterkenny was closed “within 24 hours” of a damning Hiqa report last month, it has emerged.
THE closure of a children and young people’s residential unit in Letterkenny in recent days has been described as ‘extremely concerning’.
LETTERKENNY University Hospital (LUH) has undertaken a ‘robust’ review of cleaning practices at the hospital, following a damning report by HIQA
SINN Féin Finance Spokesperson Deputy Pearse Doherty has given a cautious welcome to the action taken by Management at LGH to address HIQA findings.
LETTERKENNY General Hospital has been given six weeks to develop a quality improvement plan (QIP).