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GP Study Morning at The Lyrath

On April 21st, on a glorious sunny Saturday morning, Aut Even Hospital hosted a GP Study morning in The Lyrath Hotel. Twenty Consultants took part in the event which was organised to disseminate information and [...]

Storm Emma: Hospital Statement

Aut Even Hospital remains open today (Thursday March 1st), however, all elective surgeries from lunch time today have been cancelled. As a result of the severe weather warning and in line with national guidelines, all [...]

Hurricane Ophelia: Hospital Statement

5.15pm Monday 16th October: Normal electricity supply has resumed. All scheduled surgeries for Tues 17th Oct will take place as originally planned. If you are unable to travel to attend your surgery or out-patient appointment [...]

Strike Before Stroke

September is Heart Health month. This year, the Irish Heart Foundation have focused their heart awareness campaign around the topic of ‘Let’s Strike Before Stroke’. One in five people will have a stroke at some [...]

Review of ACL Patients Post Surgery

The Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine, based in the Royal College of Surgeons held their annual scientific meeting on the third weekend in September. The meeting is co-hosted by the Irish Society of Chartered [...]

A great ‘Great Pink Run’

The Great Pink Run took place in Kilkenny  on Sunday September 10th, 2017. The event,  which saw more than 1,500 participants take part in both the 5k and 10k races, is dedicated to raising funds for [...]

LISTEN TO YOUR HEART

LISTEN TO YOUR HEART In Ireland an estimated 80,000 adults are diagnosed annually with coronary heart disease. This figure is expected to grow to more than 103,000 by 2020. In 2011, 5,563 people were discharged [...]

Happy Heart Healthy Eating Award 2017

Happy Heart Healthy Eating Award 2017 The aim of Irish Heart’s Happy Heart at Work programme is to assist any workplace to plan, implement and maintain a healthy lifestyle programme for employees. Irish Heart has [...]

Protect your skin in the sun

Skin Cancer is the most common cancer in Ireland with over 10,000 new cases diagnosed in 2013. The national Cancer registry of Ireland expects this number to double by 2040. Three in every four people [...]