Archive for the ‘Lifford’ Category

No decision yet on Lifford Hospital

Fianna Fáil’s bye-election candidate in Donegal South West, Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill, has said no decision has yet been taken on the future of the Lifford Community Hospital. He also has accused Sinn Féin of scaring vulnerable patients and their families.

Senator Ó Domhnaill continued “I have been assured by my colleague the Minister for Older People, Aíne Brady TD, that the director of nursing is in contact with the residents and their families regarding their care. In addition the HSE will be consulting with residents and their families about all their options for care into the future”.

Posted: Nov 16, 2010    Click here to read "No decision yet on Lifford Hospital"

McBrearty needs to come clean over social welfare

Fianna Fáil Bye-election candidate for Donegal South West Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill has today called on Labour candidate Frank McBrearty to be honest with the people of Donegal over social welfare.

Posted: Nov 13, 2010    Click here to read "McBrearty needs to come clean over social welfare"

Letterkenny A&E will be completed

Donegal South West Bye-election candidate Fianna Fáil Senator Brian Ó Domhnaill has said today (12 November) that the construction of the new A&E unit in Letterkenny will be completed.

Posted: Nov 12, 2010    Click here to read "Letterkenny A&E will be completed"

“Cancer Services are a key priority for me”

Fianna Fail’s By-Election Candidate in Donegal South West Brian Ó Domhnaill has said that the development of cancer services in his constituency is one of his key priorities.

Senator O’Domhnaill continued, “I will continue to put pressure on the Minister for Health to ensure that follow-up mammography services will be put in place at Sligo General for breast cancer patients who have finished treatment. The delivery of this service is vitally important to my constituents many of whom live only 30 minutes away from Sligo Hospital”.

Posted: Nov 10, 2010    Click here to read "“Cancer Services are a key priority for me”"