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Collaboration between local company and Mayo University Hospital during pandemic

Local company Fort Wayne Metals reached out to management at Mayo University Hospital in April during the COVID-19 pandemic, to offer practical support and help. Through a series of calls and video conferences, the hospital was able to access a wide range of knowledge around process and quality improvement. The initial work included a brainstorming session that ultimately led to the establishment of an internal Champions Team, consisting of staff from a range of jobs in the hospital.

Upgrade works at Mayo University Hospital commencing in August

Mayo University Hospital is delighted to announce that upgrade works to A Ward, B Ward and the Paediatric Ward are due to commence on 17 August. The works involve replacing and upgrading the windows on these wards and replacing all the toilets and showers on A Ward and B Ward. The works are due to be completed by the end of October.

Antimicrobial Stewardship Pharmacists at Mayo University Hospital - HIHI Spark Ignite National Winner 2020

Monday, 20th July, 2020. Health Innovation Hub Ireland (HIHI), the Office of the Nursing and Midwifery Services Director (ONMSD), and National Doctors Training and Planning (NDTP) concluded their Spark Ignite Innovation competition with a national final on Wednesday 15th July. The Spark Ignite Programme 2020, which was launched in February this year, is the only staff facing innovation competition open to all 115,000+ HSE staff across all disciplines and departments.

Paediatric Clinics up and running in Mayo University Hospital

Paediatric Clinics up and running in Mayo University Hospital

The team at Mayo University Hospital have resumed the Paediatric Clinics and have put a number of new measures in place to ensure the clinics can be run safely in the context of COVID-19.

Virtual Outpatient Clinics take place at Mayo University Hospital

In response to the COVID outbreak, the Orthopaedic and Physiotherapy teams at Mayo University Hospital (MUH) developed virtual clinics to assess patients with fractures who could be managed remotely. With the support of hospital management and co-operation from Radiology, Administration and Nursing staff, the special clinics have minimised hospital visits for hundreds of patients, keeping them safe at home as much as possible

New Cardiac Care Unit in place in Mayo University Hospital Routine Cardiology Services have resumed at the hospital

Cardiology outpatient appointments and clinics are now gradually resuming at Mayo University Hospital (MUH). In addition, a new dedicated Cardiac Care Unit (CCU) has opened in the hospital. The unit, which was developed as part of the hospitals COVID-19 planning, has resulted in an increase of 12 monitored specialist cardiology beds.

Mayo University Hospital – a great Student Experience

Since 2007, Mayo University Hospital (MUH) has enabled over 160 physiotherapy students from Ireland and overseas to undertake clinical placements as part of their third level qualification. The hospital has a formal arrangement with the University of Limerick and the Singapore Institute of Technology, via a partnership with Trinity College Dublin, to facilitate up to 18 student placements each academic year.

The Emergency Department at Mayo University Hospital is extremely busy today

The Emergency Department at Mayo University Hospital is extremely busy today, Monday 30 December. The hospital has admitted a lot of seriously ill patients over the last three days; some patients from yesterday remain in the Emergency Department (ED) awaiting an inpatient bed.

Mayo University Hospital and the Saolta Staff Recognition Awards 2019

Mayo University Hospital (MUH) won a Saolta Staff Recognition Award for ‘Outstanding Employee’ and was shortlisted for a second award at ceremony in the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris on Friday evening.

Mayo University Hospital asks for your support to keep the hospital smoke free

Today, Monday 14 October, Mayo University Hospital has started a renewed focus on keeping the area around the hospital and the hospital grounds smoke free.

In 2014 the hospital introduced a smoke free campus policy and after an initial period of success, compliance with the policy has started to reduce with patients and visitors frequently seen smoking outside the main entrances of the hospital.

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