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Limerick worst affected for trolley numbers

first_img TAGSCllr Maurice Quinlivanhospitalovercrowdingtrollies WhatsApp Twitter Print RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Facebook Intermediate Care Facility patients benefiting from holistic healthcare model Advertisement Previous articleWin cinema ticketsNext articleInformation evening for bereaved parents to take place in Castletroy Staff Reporterhttp://www.limerickpost.ie NewsLimerick worst affected for trolley numbersBy Staff Reporter – February 4, 2018 871 center_img Virtual Visiting at UL Hospitals During COVID-19 Linkedin Families and workers must be supported through public health emergency UL Hospitals Group Reducing Elective Activity Until Further Notice Limerick Sinn Féin TD Maurice QuinlivanLimerick with 1,003 people on trollies is the worst affected hospital for trolley numbers in the history of counting trollies in the state. Limerick City TD Maurice Quinlivan has slammed the Government over the chronic overcrowding in University Hospital Limerick.Deputy Quinlivan said “UHL now has broken records nationally for having more than 1 thousand patients on trollies in a month. This is a record that the Government should be ashamed of. Limerick holds the shameful record as the location of the most overcrowded hospital in the state in 2017 and incredibly it looks like 2018 will be far worse.“University Hospital Limerick has been suffering from severe overcrowding for years now – it is not just the flu outbreak that is causing this situation – it has become permanent feature in Limerick. The people in Limerick deserve better.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up “This hospital is in a state of constant crisis – the full capacity protocol, a supposed emergency measure, is being used every single day, despite its function to be for emergencies only.“The core of these problems stem from the downgrading of Ennis, Nenagh and St. Johns’ A&Es in 2007. It has not worked. A crisis that exists for that long is clearly not a crisis but Government policy.“The former Health Minister Mary Harney called the situation a national emergency in 2006. 12 years later the situation now worse than ever.“I asked Minster Harris to intervene back in the summer. Instead he wrote an email to management of the hospital outlining his unhappiness. I’ve sought an urgent meeting with my colleague Senator Paul Gavan to discuss the situation in UHL but Minister Harris hasn’t responded.” He added.“UHL needs extra money and extra beds as a matter of urgency to accommodate the patients. It’s that simple.Minister Harris must act immediately and I’m urging him to come to UHL as a matter of urgency and see the situation for himself.” He concluded.More about health here. Email Children’s Hospital overspend impacting on most vulnerable Hospital trolley figures are on the rise again last_img read more