The overcrowding crisis continues at Galway University Hospital, with 43 patients on trolleys today.

Yesterday there were 50 patients on trolleys at the Galway Hospital, and the full capacity protocol was put in place, with people urged to contact their GP before attending the Emergency Department.

Today, there are 465 patients on hospital trolleys across the country, according to the Irish Nurses & Midwives Organisation.

Galway University Hospital is the third most overcrowded with 43 patients waiting for a bed, with 15 people on trolleys at Sligo University Hospital and 4 at Mayo University Hospital.

 

 

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