Deaths in HSE Care

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26 Oct 2015 - Irish Independent
 The mother of baby Mark Molloy, who died in Portlaoise Hospital, said investigation reports into infant deaths in maternity hospitals should be automatically published if families give their permission.
26 Oct 2015 - Health Service Executive
 This is the report of an investigation conducted into the circumstances surrounding the care, management and treatment delivered to Mrs. Molloy and her infant son at the Midland Regional Hospital at Portlaoise during the period of her delivery on...
06 Nov 2014 - Irish Examiner
Parents hope he will be seen as 'catalyst for change' in HSE. The family of baby Mark Molloy who died 22 minutes after his birth at Midland Regional Hospital, Portlaoise —but who was recorded as a stillbirth — settled a High Court action...
05 Nov 2014 - RTE
A couple whose baby boy died shortly after he was born at the Midlands Regional Hospital in Portlaoise have settled their legal action against the Health Service Executive.Mark and Róisín Molloy from Killeigh in Co Offaly sued the HSE in relation to...
04 Nov 2014 - Irish Examiner
A baby who deteriorated during a four-minute transfer between Dublin hospitals died two days later, an inquest heard. Nine-week-old Amanda Glazer of Corbally, Co Limerick, was considered stable for transfer when she left the Coombe Hospital on April...
28 Oct 2014 - Irish Independent
The heartbroken widower of Savita Halappanavar, who died two years ago today, is set to return to Ireland within weeks. Praveen Halappanavar is reportedly moving back to Galway and his job at Boston Scientific as he prepares for his legal case...
22 Oct 2014 - Irish Independent
A husband paid tribute to his wife, who had to wait almost 40 minutes for a blood transfusion after she suffered severe bleeding following an emergency birth. A verdict of medical misadventure was returned at the inquest of Nora Hyland (31), of...
21 Oct 2014 - Irish times
The Health Service Executive (HSE) has said it is in the process of commissioning a new review into the death of a baby boy at Cavan General Hospital in 2012. Jamie Flynn was born in the hospital in November 2012 but died two days later after being...
19 Sep 2014 - Irish times
Fitness-to-practise hearings into complaints about nurses will be heard in public for the first time later this month, three years after the legislation providing for this change was passed. This will also be the first fitness-to-practise committee...
21 Mar 2013 - Irish Examiner
The number of children and teenagers who died of unnatural causes while in the care of the HSE more than doubled last year. Figures supplied under the Freedom of Information Act show that 16 young people died in 2012, up from six in 2011.   Please...