This morning.

Via The irish Nurses And Midwives organisation (INMO):

No beds for 571 people in hospital this morning, including 11 children.

Today’s highest trolley figures are in:

UH Limerick – 62 people
UH Galway – 44 people
Cork UH – 38 people

November data here

Meanwhile

This morning.

From left Dr. Vida Hamilton, National Clinical Advisor, Acute Operations, HSE; Anne O’Connor, HSE Chief Operations Officer; and Dr Kevin Kelleher, Assistant National Director, Public & Child Health, HSE, at the launch of the HSE Winter Plan at the HSE National Communications Unit in Dublin.

Leah Farrell/Rollingnews

9 thoughts on “Bed Lame

  1. dav

    perhaps simon harris is hoping that those people will die, thus solving the crisis – it’s standard practice for a fg health minister..

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    1. Cian

      perhaps simon harristhe minister is hoping that those people will die, thus solving the crisis – it’s standard practice for a fg health minister..

      FTFY

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      1. GiggidyGoo

        Ah the usual FGer response. The original comment is 100 % correct and a childish ‘fixed that for you’ you think is clever?

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        1. Cian

          Do you think my correction is wrong? Is Harris objectively worse than any of his predecessors?

          And speaking of clever, do you think that your use of “Posh Boy” and “The Boy Harris” is clever?

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          1. GiggidyGoo

            My descriptions of them are pretty accurate based on their performance in office.
            Yours isnt a correction- not when the original comment is 100% correct.

  2. Jake38

    Note these highest figures are all from hospitals actually “run” by the HSE, as opposed to the public voluntary hospitals which have their own managment (St Vincents, Beaumont, St James’s, Tallaght, etc).

    Draw your own conclusions..

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