120 Patients Without Hospital Beds In Co. Tipperary

Elected Tipperary politicians have turned a deaf ear, when it comes to matters affecting, in particular Limerick University Hospital; latter medical facility currently struggling to service the needs of their patients.

Time has now come for yet another failed Minister for Health, currently Mr Simon Harris, to resign in the certain knowledge that he and his misguided liberal-conservative Fine Gael minority colleagues, have failed once more, the people of North Tipperary.

Two hospitals serving Co. Tipperary; namely South Tipp General Hospital, Clonmel and Limerick University Hospital, have both topped daily trolley figures today, according to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation.

These figures confirm that a total of 120 patients are without beds across both Tipperary Hospitals. Seventy patients are without suitable supports in Limerick, while another 50 patients exist in similar circumstances in Clonmel.

According to the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation today (Thursday 7/11/2019) there are 604 patients, in total, waiting for beds in hospitals nationally.


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