WhatsApp Google+ Calls for maternity restrictions to be lifted at LUH RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest Pinterest Delay in junior doctor registration effecting Letterkenny General Newsx Adverts Previous articleLetterkenny charity shop advised by Judge to consider piano refundNext articleGuarded welcome to no septic tank charge announcement News Highland Facebook Twitter Just 60 of the 280 junior doctors recruited from India and Pakistan to ease the manpower crisis in hospitals have secured the green light to work.The rest are awaiting clearance to take up their posts because of delays in registration.It’s not clear what proportion of the doctors recruited for Letterkenny General Hospital have taken up their posts.According to an RTE reports there have been delays in registration with the Medical Council due to doctors not supplying supporting documentation, and also delays in provision of other material by the the HSE itself.The HSE must supply declarations for the doctors, confirming they have been offered a specific post, provide a copy of their contract, and confirm that they will be supervised.The Medical Council says these have been supplied in half of the cases.The HSE says the registration process is complex and that the Medical Council amended the required HSE documentation in late August. However, the executive said that vacancy levels will reduce significantly as the doctors are registered and become available for work.Letterkenny General Hospital has already indicated that these new recruits will be crucial in maintaining services, particularly in the Emergency Department.The HSE has been accommodating the doctors for the past number of weeks while they await clearance to take up their posts. Twitter Google+ Guidelines for reopening of hospitality sector published Facebook By News Highland – September 7, 2011 WhatsApp Almost 10,000 appointments cancelled in Saolta Hospital Group this week LUH system challenged by however, work to reduce risk to patients ongoing – Dr Hamilton Business Matters Ep 45 – Boyd Robinson, Annette Houston & Michael Margey Need for issues with Mica redress scheme to be addressed raised in Seanad also
(Milwaukee County Jail) Clifton Blackwell, 61, in a police photo, a suspect in an acid attack in Milwaukee, has been charged with a hate crime.(MILWAUKEE) — A Milwaukee man was charged with a hate crime on Wednesday for allegedly throwing battery acid on a Hispanic man in a suspected racist attack, authorities said.Clifton Blackwell, 61, was charged with first degree reckless injury, use of a dangerous weapon and a hate crime after video appeared to show him dousing a man with acid during an argument over the victim’s immigration status, according to a probable cause affidavit.Mahud Villalaz, 42, said Blackwell confronted him on Friday, complaining about how he parked his vehicle. A surveillance camera captured the scary encounter on video, showing the suspect raising his hands and pointing in Villalaz’s face right before he splashed him with the liquid.“He started arguing, saying, ‘Why you came here and invade my country? Why you came here illegally?’ [I said], ‘Sir, you don’t know my status. I’m a U.S. citizen too,’” Villalaz recalled. “He got mad when I told him ‘everybody came here from somewhere else.’”Villalaz, who was on his way to a restaurant, said he had begun to walk away when the man suddenly tossed the acid in his face.He said he tried to defend himself, “but then it started burning really bad.”Blackwell could face up to 25 years in prison and $100,000 in fines, if convicted as charged. It’s unclear if he has retained an attorney. Copyright © 2019, ABC Audio. All rights reserved.