Outpatient, X-ray and other scheduled appointments and procedures are going ahead as usual at Letterkenny University Hospital today.
I’ve been unsuccessful in persuading Saolta /HSE to fund staffing for the ASU. This is not a political demonstration”
WELL known Letterkenny man Davy Cowan will be leading a sponsored walk
between Galway and Letterkenny in March to raise money for LUH wards.
Fire crews from Dungloe and Gweedore, ambulance crews from Dungloe and Gardai rushed to the scene just before 6pm yesterday evening.
LITTLE more than a year has passed since I first heard five words which have changed my life forever: “I’m sorry, but it’s cancer”.
Last year LUH had more than 170 stroke patients.
“We are still seeing on average six new cases of flu in the hospital every day,” said Seán Murphy General Manager Letterkenny University Hospital.
“For the month of October the INMO confirmed a total of 693 people were either on trolleys or waiting on wards on the hospital over four weeks.”
Irish Cancer Society looking for new volunteers at the centre. The Irish Cancer Society’s Daffodil Centre in Letterkenny University Hospital dealt with 1,767 contacts by members of the public in 2018. Since its opening in September 2013, the Daffodil Centre has had contact with almost 12,000 people. The number includes enquirers, browsers, awareness stands […]
DONEGAL Minister Joe McHugh has confirmed cancer care at Letterkenny University Hospital is to be boosted with the appointment of a second breast cancer surgeon on a permanent basis. “The appointment of a second breast cancer surgeon on a permanent contract in Letterkenny is an important development for health services in Donegal and the North […]