Volunteers Thanked For Efforts During Storm Emma

“The joint heads of the three voluntary First Aid organisations, Irish Red Cross, Order of Malta and St John Ambulance, operating collaboratively as the Joint Voluntaries Coordinating Committee, would like to publicly thank their volunteers for their outstanding work during the recent exceptional weather conditions. Leaving the safety and comfort of their homes, the volunteers, along with members of the Civil Defence, and in […]

Only One Ambulance On Night Duty In Each Of Tipperary’s Main Towns – Mattie McGrath

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Health Simon Harris and the National Ambulance Service to immediately increase the number of ambulances covering all the major towns in County Tipperary. Deputy McGrath was speaking after information supplied to him following a Parliamentary Question showed that Clonmel, Thurles, Cashel and Tipperary Town and […]

Respite Care Thrown Into Chaos Due To Ambulance Withdrawals

Independent TD Mattie McGrath has called on the Minister for Health Leo Varadkar and the National Ambulance Service  (NAS) to immediately reinstall the provision of ambulance services for respite care residents at Cluain Arann Community Nursing Unit in Tipperary. Deputy McGrath was speaking as the withdrawal of the service has led to many residents having […]