An aidhm atá ag an scéim scoláireachta ar leith seo ná cainteoirí Gaeilge a mhealladh i dtreo na seirbhíse sláinte chun cabhrú le seachadadh seirbhísí i nGaeilge.
Nurse led service is improving waiting times for oncology and haematology patients. .
Midwife Sandra Sherwin was on a mission to make pregnancy yoga classes available to women.
To mark International Women’s Day 2018, we speak to two women in leadership positions in the HSE - Anne O’Connor, National Director for Community Operations, and Mary Walshe, Chief Officer, Community Health Organisation Dublin North City and County
Five years ago, Martin Quinn suffered a stroke on live radio, an event which he will forever associate with Pakistani teenager Malala Yousafzai, credited with inspiring his amazing recovery.
The Serum Eye Drop Programme in University Hospital Galway prepares eye-drops using patients own blood, to relieve conditions such as severe dry-eye to burns and ulcers in the eye. The hospital is the only licensed producer of serum eye-drops in the country. The project won the ‘Team Project’ and ‘People’s Choice’ awards at last year’s Health Service Excellence Awards. #OurHealthService
Helping our staff make your health service better every day
Living our values is a key part of improving the health services experience, for our staff and for those we serve, as part of our mission to build a better health service.
We need to support our workforce who have experienced significant increases in demand, and have been doing 'more with less' over the last number of years.