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St John’s seeking return of emergency department

first_img64 patients waiting for beds in UHL Joint Easter message on Covid 19 from Limerick City and County Council, HSE, UL Hospitals and An Garda Síochána Advertisement Call for Government action as 81 patients wait for beds in UHL Facebook Twitter WhatsApp  MANAGEMENT at St John’s Hospital have formally requested that the hospital be upgraded in order to reinstate its Emergency Department and Intensive Care Unit.The move comes as the University Hospital in Dooradoyle recorded a massive increase in the numbers of patients left on trolleys.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up St Johns was downgraded as part of a plan to centralise health services in the Mid West.However, hospital management have now written to the HSE requesting to be upgraded to Class 3 status to relieve some of the pressure on the University Hospital Limerick in Dooradoyle.Anti-Austerity Alliance Councillor Cian Prendiville, who is on the hospital’s board of management, explained: “What the hospital management have done is formally asked to be included in any review of services in the Mid West about the possibly upgrading of one of the Class 2 hospitals to a Class 3. They have confirmed to me that in any such review, they would be seeking to be upgraded back to a Class 3 hospital, restoring the A&E and ICU”.He added: “St John’s, Ennis and Nenagh should all be put back to their previous status, and the experiment in centralisation abandoned.”A HSE spokesperson told the Limerick Post they were currently unable to comment on the matter.Cllr Prendiville also voiced his support for the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation’s call for an extra 70 beds to be made available at University Hospital Limerick.“When St John’s, Ennis and Nenagh hospitals were downgraded, the government promised an extra 70 beds to help the Regional cope, but we are still waiting. They simply cut the services and ran. Now we are seeing the result of this, with a 20-fold increase in the number of patients on trolleys this July compared to 2007,” commented Cllr Prendiville.He is also calling on staff and patients to build a campaign “to demand the extra funding and staff needed to address this crisis”. TAGSCllr Cian PrendivilleHSEINMOst johns hospitaluniversity hospital limerick 53 patients waiting for beds at UHL center_img Email RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Updated statement on service disruptions UL Hospitals Group SCAM ALERT: HSE warn of bogus calls following cyber attack Print Previous articleHaunting trials of The Colleen BawnNext articleDream day for Princess Megan John Keoghhttp://www.limerickpost.ie Linkedin NewsHealthSt John’s seeking return of emergency departmentBy John Keogh – August 14, 2014 824 last_img read more

Mayor’s Update July 14

first_imgMayor Jay Gillian The weather forecast looks great for the weekend, and the beaches, boardwalk and streets will be busy. As I have a couple of times already this summer, I want to remind everybody to respect the laws that keep everybody safe.Drivers must stop for pedestrians at crosswalks, and pedestrians should never walk out into traffic without first making eye contact with drivers. Bicyclists should heed all stop signs and red lights, and follow the same rules as cars. Drinking alcohol on the beach or anywhere in public is prohibited. This law will be strictly enforced. Dogs are not allowed on the beach at any time of day between May 1 and Sept. 30.Because some towns have outlawed them, many people have asked if the 10 x10 canopies that you see more and more on the beach are legal in Ocean City. The city does not yet have an ordinance governing them, but with so many people sharing limited space, please be respectful of other beachgoers. If it’s windy, do not set up a canopy. They can easily become a hazard to others.Please respect the power of the ocean and swim only at beaches protected by the Ocean City Beach Patrol. The patrol has started its extended evening hours at beaches throughout the island. You can see the locations and hours here.The city will hold its annual Bicycle Auction 10 a.m. to noon Monday (July 17) at the Shelter Road Recycling Center. Anybody can bid on bicycles that the police have determined to be abandoned or unclaimed, and it’s a chance to get some pretty great bargains. The auction is always popular, so get there early. Registration opens at 9 a.m. See more information here.Night in Venice is next weekend, and we’re expecting another great night for our 63rd annual boat parade. This year’s theme is “Rockin’ Through the Decades,” and the weekend celebration will include a Friday night (July 21) concert by the 2000s boy band O-Town with Ryan Cabrera and a Sunday night (July 23) performance by 1970s icon Gloria Gaynor. Tickets are available for both shows at oceancityvacation.com/boxoffice.I hope you all have a great weekend.Warm regards,Jay A. GillianMayorlast_img read more

Gluten-free pop-up shop opened in Nottingham

first_imgRiverside Bakery in Nottingham has opened a pop-up shop for its successful brand Too Good To Be Gluten Free.The company launched NO.G – the UK’s first chilled gluten-free savoury pastry range – in March and it has already been snapped up by Whole Foods Market and Selfridges in London. It is the first retail shop of the brand to sell wholesale across the UK.NO.G spokesman Sam Benjamin said: “We’re getting a fantastic response to NO.G and decided to open a pop-up shop so our local customers could drop in and buy products direct from us.”The brand will be showcased at the Allergy & Free From Show in Olympia, London from 4 to 6 July and at the BBC Good Food Show Summer 2014.The range has been developed by Riverside Bakery’s chef Phil Bohemia, who trained with celebrity chefs Gordon Ramsay and Brian Turner. It includes: slow-cooked beef and mushroom pie; butternut, spinach and emmental pie; and mini cheese and bacon soufflés. Recommended retail prices range from £2.69 to £3.99. The shop is open from 10am-3pm on Tuesdays and Fridays.Demand for gluten-free products is rising as the number of coeliacs increases and people without allergies make healthier eating choices.last_img read more

Henry Ernest Hallman, 66, South Haven: July 17, 1947 – Nov. 27, 2013

first_imgHenry HallmanHenry Ernest Hallman, age 66, of South Haven, KS passed away Wednesday, November 27, 2013 at Sumner County Hospital District #1 in Caldwell, KS.  Henry was a farmer and also owner of State Line Tavern.Henry was born on July 17, 1947 in rural South Haven, KS to Franklin Hallman and Bertha May (Rush) Hallman.  He was a 1965 graduate of South Haven High School. Henry married Debra Jo Jenkins on October 17, 1970 in Wellington.He enjoyed spending time with his family and friends.He was preceded in death by his parents.Survivors include his wife Debra of South Haven, KS; two children, Daniel Brett Hallman and his wife Katrina of South Haven, KS and Sheila Marie (Hallman) O’Trimble and her husband Chad of Perry, KS; one brother, Kenny Hallman of Wellington, KS; two sisters, Kay Bigler and her husband Bob of Wellington, KS and Geri Debuhr of Greeen Valley, AZ; and seven grandchildren, Jordan and her husband Reese, Lane, Sydney, Derek, Darcie, Tanner, and Trista.Celebration of Life Services will be held at the South Haven Community Building on Tuesday, December 3, 2013 at 3:00 P.M.A memorial has been established with the South Haven Fair Association in lieu of flowers.  Contributions can be left at the funeral home.Frank Funeral Home has been entrusted with the arrangements.To leave condolences or sign our guest book, please visit our website at www.frankfuneralhome.netlast_img read more