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Letterkenny University Hospital – Visiting is not permitted due to flu

Due to ongoing cases of flu, Letterkenny University Hospital is asking for the public’s assistance to prevent the spread of infection from the flu and to minimise the chances of it being brought into the hospital.

The hospital would like to remind members of the public that visiting is not permitted at this time.

Letterkenny University Hospital – Visiting Restrictions remain in place this week

Due to ongoing cases of flu, the visiting restrictions at Letterkenny University Hospital remain in place this week, including New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

The hospital is reminding members of the public not to visit the hospital.

Letterkenny University Hospital Visiting Restrictions Remain in Place This Weekend

Due to ongoing cases of flu, the visiting restrictions at Letterkenny University Hospital will remain in place this weekend (13-15 December).

The hospital is reminding members of the public not to visit the hospital.

Visiting Restrictions to remain in place over the Weekend

The visiting restrictions at Letterkenny University Hospital will remain in place this weekend (06-09 December).

The hospital is reminding members of the public not to visit the hospital.

Seán Murphy, General Manager Letterkenny University Hospital said, “We are appealing to people to cooperate with the visiting restrictions so that we can protect the many very sick patients in the hospital.

Letterkenny University Hospital leading Emergency Surgery Research

As part of the Centre for Personalised Medicine, Letterkenny University Hospital (LUH) is working with Altnagelvin Hospital, Ulster University and Letterkenny Institute of Technology to improve the treatment and care of patients requiring emergency surgery.

New Maternity Unit Visiting Times at Letterkenny University Hospital

Following feedback from new parents and in line with best practice guidelines internationally, the Maternity Unit at Letterkenny University Hospital is introducing new visiting times.

Letterkenny University Hospital Introduces Reusable Coffee Cups for Staff

As part of Letterkenny University Hospital’s plan to reduce its impact on the environment in 2019, the Sustainability Team at the hospital teamed up with Donegal County Council to introduce reusable coffee cups for staff working in both organisations.

The reusable cups feature a design created by the hospital’s Catering Managers Mark Duffy and Arindam Ghosh along with Suzanne Bogan, Waste Awareness Officer from Donegal County Council.  

Letterkenny’s First COPD Event

Letterkenny University Hospital is organising the first COPD (Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease) patient information event for people with symptoms of COPD on Thursday 05 September in the Mount Errigal Hotel from 10.30am to 3.30pm.

Letterkenny University Hospital marks World No Tobacco Day

All Tobacco Products have Filters, they are called Lungs
On Friday 31 May, to mark the WHO World No Tobacco Day, Letterkenny University Hospital will hold an information session on quitting smoking and the benefits of quitting from 10am to 2pm.

Letterkenny University Hospital has an important message about Stomas and Stoma Care

Having a stoma is only a small part of a bigger picture and does not change you as a person

Rita Marren, Clinical Nurse Specialist at Letterkenny University Hospital explains, “Surgery that involves having a stoma can appear to be a daunting experience. I’d like to let everyone know that after the procedure, the majority of people can return to regular activities and routines with only small adjustments.

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