A&E overcrowding eases at Tullamore Hospital
Today's trolley watch figures released by the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation have revealed that just 8 people are awaiting a proper bed at the A&E department in Tullamore Hospital, a sharp decrease from the 36 in a similar situation there last Friday.
There were 12 awaiting a bed on Monday.
There are currently 8 patients on trolleys with none in already full wards at the Midland Regional Hospital, Tullamore.
Across the border in Portlaoise Hospital, 8 patients are awaiting a bed, while there are 18 in a similar situation in Mullingar.
University Hospital Galway is the most overcrowded in the country with 42 people awaiting a proper bed.
Nationally today, October 26, 399 patients are waiting for a proper bed.
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