ED at Letterkenny University Hospital extremely busy this week Twitter Twitter Google+ Facebook The Saolta Hospital Group is warning that the Emergency Department at Letterkenny University Hospital is extremely busy this week.The group says a significant number of ill patients, many of whom remain in the ED, awaiting a bed have been admittedIn the past 24 hours, 155 patients attended the Emergency Department, above the average of 105 and 115 patients per day.Hospital management say they regret the inconvenience and distress the long delays cause patients and their families and that those in most need of care will be prioritised which may lead to delays for less urgent patients.Patients who do not require emergency department care are again advised to contact their GP or GP out of hours service in the first instance.According to the INMO, there were 23 people awaiting in-patient beds at Letterkenny University Hospital this morning, five of them on Emergency Department trolleys. Homepage BannerNews News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic WhatsApp Previous articleWorks for special education classrooms at St Baithin’s NS approvedNext articleGAA Preview: Donegal will have to be switched on for the whole game – Caolan Ward News Highland Facebook Pinterest WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest Google+ Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty Harps come back to win in Waterford RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR By News Highland – July 30, 2019 Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Oxford is one of the worst places to shop in the UK, a new survey says, and is unlikely to improve. The survey of 30 towns and cities placed Oxford 28th in overall retail performance and 26th in terms of its future prospects.Poor parking, street layout, lack of cleanliness, and the aesthetics of retail buildings were blamed. The results seemed to confirm the findings of a Radio 4 poll that previously named Cornmarket as the second worst street in the UK. Repaving work that has so far cost £2.2m is restarting following a break over the Christmas period.Archive: 0th week HT 2004
Boys’ 14 No 1 seed, Daniel Adeleye from Ekiti stayed on course to defend his title when he bested Lucky Hileja from Rivers 9-1 but will have to overcome his nemesis, Sadiq Kushimo from Ogun State, in the semifinals. Kushimo eliminated Sunday Ameh from Lagos 9-4 to progress. Joshua Maxwell, the fourth seed from Rivers and Michael Akinmusere from Oyo, the second seed, are also on course.Iye Onoja from Abuja leads the title chase in the Girls’ 14 and was very decisive in her match against Peace Obaduru from Lagos who she beat 9-1 to qualify for the semifinals. The other seeded players who played through to the semifinals in the category are Serena Teluwo from Lagos, Mary Udofa from Kogi and Blessing Otu from Lagos.All the quarterfinal matches are scheduled to start at 10 am today at the National Stadium Tennis Centre in Lagos.Share this:FacebookRedditTwitterPrintPinterestEmailWhatsAppSkypeLinkedInTumblrPocketTelegram All the top four seeds in the eight events of the ongoing SNEPCo Junior Tennis Championship avoided upsets to get to the quarterfinals.In the Girls’ 16, Favour Moses from Kaduna and Omolade Aderemi from Ondo who played in the finals of the CBN Junior Tennis Championship two months ago, kept their hopes of a rematch alive.Moses beat Rachel Emmanuel from Lagos 6-2 while Aderemi overpowered Omoyemi Oguntoye 9-1. The No. 1 seed, Toyin Asogba eliminated Deborah Abiodun 9-4 while the fourth seed, Omolayo Bamidele, whitewashed Fatima Ganiyu from Oyo 9-0.