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Letterkenny General manager says Kevin Moran retired and didn’t resign

first_imgLetterkenny General Hospital -Saolta University Health Care Group will be working with the Consultants Appointments Advisory Committee-Public Appointments Unit and National recruitment Service to appoint a permanent replacement for Mr Moran. However, this process may take some time. It is anticipated that the recently agreed new consultant salary will benefit this recruitment process. In the interim Letterkenny General Hospital -Saolta University Health Care Group have advertised for both a temporary Consultant General Surgeon and a Consultant Urologist, in both the national press and international medical publications. In addition, the hospital is liaising with multiple agencies in an attempt to source suitable candidates. Twitter Harps come back to win in Waterford News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th The HSE, Saolta University Health Care Group and local management at Letterkenny General Hospital are fully committed to maintaining and indeed enhancing the Urology Service at LGH. To this end the interim arrangements and planned development of the Urology Service are designed to ensure safe quality care for patients with urological conditions both now and into the future. Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty To date a locum consultant general surgeon has been appointed from the 23rd Feb until the 16th April. Thereafter, a temporary general surgeon has been appointed for one year, from 16th April. Homepage BannerNews The Manager at Letterkenny General says he was surprised to hear Urologist and surgeon Kevin Moran was resigning his position having instead been told that he retiring.Mr Moran has been 24 years in the post, but informed bosses of his decision to resign in December.He told the press the decision was taken because he no longer had the staff and resources to take care of his patients.The Saolta University Health Care Group says it has advertised for both a temporary Consultant General Surgeon and a Consultant Urologist to replace Mr Moran with a view to appointing a permanent replacement.Hospital Manager Sean Murphy says he is disappointed how Mr Moran handled the situation:Audio Playerhttp://www.highlandradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/seanmurweb.mp300:0000:0000:00Use Up/Down Arrow keys to increase or decrease volume.Meanwhile the HSE has released a statement on the story which is reproduced below:Mr Kevin Moran, Consultant Surgeon, is due to retire from Letterkenny General Hospital -Saolta University Health Care Group at the end of February after nearly 24 years of service. Mr. Moran will be officially retiring from mid-November 2015 but will be ceasing his work at the hospital at the end of February. Google+ Letterkenny General manager says Kevin Moran retired and didn’t resign In relation to the provision of Urology Services at LGH, the non-consultant support team currently in the hospital will remain in place and be supported by Consultant Urologists from the Saolta Group whilst the recruitment process for a consultant urologist at Letterkenny General Hospital continues. This support will include a Consultant Urologist visiting LGH on a frequent basis to ensure that the care of all patients currently within the urology service continues uninterrupted and new patients can continue to be accepted to the service. DL Debate – 24/05/21 Pinterest WhatsApp Facebook Google+ Twitter RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows The existing cystoscopy lists at LGH will continue along with the out-patient clinics and day surgery services. In-patient care will continue and strengthen its existing links with Galway University Hospital which will provide enhanced cover pending the appointment of a full time Consultant Urologist at LGH. Pinterest By News Highland – February 13, 2015 Facebook WhatsApp Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Previous articleCo Tyrone wind turbine collapse cause identifiedNext articleIreland women suffer defeat at the hands of France News Highland last_img read more