Category Archives: Nenagh

26 Jun
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Nenagh General Hospital Visit

Delighted to have visited Nenagh General Hospital this week to see the new addition and refurbished facilities which are very impressive and a total transformation. The new Surgical Unit is equipped with state of the art high end technology and ...

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24 Jun
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Nenagh Is Now A Hospital For The Future.

Independent Deputy Michael Lowry has welcomed the completion of the latest phase of development at Nenagh General Hospital.  I am pleased to acknowledge the official opening of the new Surgical Day Unit on Monday 29th June. “It gives me great ...

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30 Apr
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HSE Mismanagement leads to Temporary Loss of Services in Nenagh General Hospital

30th April 2014 I believe that HSE mismanagement and lack of forward planning is to blame for the closure of the Local Injuries Unit in Nenagh General Hospital on Friday last. This Unit operated on drastically restricted hours on Friday ...

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14 Jan
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Next Phase of Investment in Nenagh General Hospital is Hugely Welcome

14th January 2014 I welcome the confirmation that the next phase of investment in Nenagh General Hospital is now due to commence. The allocation of €2.2 million for a 16 bed medical wing to be constructed in the Hospital will ...

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11 Sep
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Nenagh Hospital to Lose Coronary Care Unit

11th September 2012 It is my belief that the North Tipperary Government Deputies have failing to protect vital services in Nenagh General Hospital. The Coronary Care Unit in Nenagh Hospital is now facing closure as a result of continued cutbacks. ...

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07 Jun
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CONTRACT SIGNING FOR NEW OPERATING THEATHRES AT NENAGH HOSPITAL

7th June 2012 I am pleased to confirm that the signing of the contracts to allow construction work to commence on the two new, state of the art, surgical suites in Nenagh General Hospital will take place today.  This move marks ...

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15 Mar
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Positive Results for Nenagh General Hospital in Healthstat Report

15th May 2012 I am hugely pleased with the positive performance of Nenagh General Hospital, as lauded in the most recent Healthstat report, published earlier this week. Healthstat is a branch of the HSE that aims to provide up to date ...

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21 Feb
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Green Light expected for €3.5 million Nenagh Surgical Theatre

21st February 2012 I am pleased to announce that two new surgical suites for Nenagh General Hospital are now nearing the final stages and are due to be approved by the Department of Health in the coming weeks. As part ...

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26 Nov
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Lowry deal pays dividends: work begins on new Endoscopy Unit and Lifts at Nenagh General

26th November 2009 Independent Deputy Michael Lowry hailed the beginning of works at Nenagh General, in accordance with his agreement with an Taoiseach, as a major step forward for the Hospital, with work on a new endoscopy unit beginning in ...

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09 Nov
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Lowry confirms release of funds for Nenagh Endoscopy Unit

9th November 2009 Independent Deputy Michael Lowry has confirmed that arising from last weeks discussions with government, that funding is to be released immediately to begin work on a new endoscopy unit at Nenagh General hospital. Sanction and funding is ...

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