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UL Hospitals Group

UL Hospitals Group is made up of 6 hospital sites in the Midwest; University Hospital Limerick, University Maternity Hospital Limerick, Ennis Hospital, Nenagh Hospital, Croom Orthopaedic Hospital and St. John's Hospital Limerick.

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News and blogs

Prof Philip
News - 29 September 2022

ULHG consultant’s ’10 priorities’ for elevating national breastfeeding rates to international levels

MidWest and national breastfeeding initiation rates have improved significantly in recent years. However, overall Irish breastfeeding rates are among the lowest in the world, according to a UL Hospitals Group consultant whose latest research aims to help elevate the region, and the country, to international standards in breastfeeding initiation.
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News - 22 September 2022

UL Hospitals Group to open pop-up COVID vaccination clinic in Thurles

UL Hospitals Group is opening a pop-up COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Thurles Primary Care Centre on Tuesday September 27th, and every Tuesday until further notice, where the public can book their vaccine appointments.
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News - 21 September 2022

Opening statement to Joint Committee on Health by Prof Colette Cowan Chief Executive Officer UL Hospitals Group

At the outset, I wish to acknowledge the main findings of the HIQA report. I apologise for the distress and the lack of dignity and privacy experienced by far too many patients seeking to access care in UHL over several years and in particular over the last 18 months when we have seen further growth in demand for healthcare following the Covid-19 pandemic.