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HSE Ireland 14h
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Ted Kelleher 14h
Have You Heard About The New Online HSE Live Chat
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HSE Ireland 14h
Got a question about sexual health? Freephone 1800 459 459 for confidential support and information.
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HSE Ireland 14h
This weeks scoliosis update can be found in the image below.
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HSE Ireland 16h
It is a tragic fact that each year children are injured or killed in farm place accidents
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HSE Ireland 16h
HSE and commenced a new joint service for people with and -Freephone 1800832146
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HSE Ireland 17h
Tell us about you & your colleagues achievements by entering Health Service Excellence Awards 2017
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HSE Ireland 19h
It is important to encourage children to play outdoors when possible - this promotes development & physical activity
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HSE Ireland 20h
If your child is registered for the under 6 GP card, they will also receive regular asthma checks. Register here
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National Ambulance Aug 17
Delighted to welcome to our National Emergency Operations Centre today to meet with our Call Taking & Dispatch teams
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HSE Ireland 21h
The 2017 will take place on 23rd Sept'17 at the Printworks at Dublin Castle. Register:
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HSE QUIT Team 21h
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HSE Ireland 22h
Submissions for the HSE autism review should be 500-1000 words & sent to asd@hse.ie by 12th Sept
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HSE Ireland Aug 17
Replying to @colette153
Hi Colette, The contact number for UHL is 061 301111, I have just called the hospital, there isn't a problem with the phone lines.
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HSE Ireland Aug 17
You can get Gonorrhoea from unprotected sex including oral sex. Always use condoms and get tested.
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HSE Ireland Aug 17
The Office of Nursing & Midwifery Services Director are hosting our 3rd National Mental Health Nursing Conf
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HSE Ireland Aug 17
Working with a number of groups; we can raise awareness of hepatitis and improve access to treatments.
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HSE Ireland Aug 17
Malehealth.ie is an online resource for men of All ages and backgrounds
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