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Nurses: Hospital managers hiding A&E crisis - Ireland

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Nurses hit out at hospital management today accusing them of attempting to hide the escalating crisis in the country's accident and emergency wards.

Liam Doran, general secretary of the Irish Nurses' Organisation (INO), said hospital authorities had accused them of exaggerating the numbers of patients on trolleys.

But Mr Doran said the nurses working the overcrowded wards in hospitals around the country were adamant the situation was critical.

Full Story: http://212.2.162.45/news/story.asp?j=166469450&p=y6647x4xx&n=166470437

Nurses hit out at hospital management today accusing them of attempting to hide the escalating crisis in the country's accident and emergency wards.

Liam Doran, general secretary of the Irish Nurses' Organisation (INO), said hospital authorities had accused them of exaggerating the numbers of patients on trolleys.

But Mr Doran said the nurses working the overcrowded wards in hospitals around the country were adamant the situation was critical.

Full Story: http://212.2.162.45/news/story.asp?j=166469450&p=y6647x4xx&n=166470437

WOW ANd I thought 2 days as an inpatient in the ER was bad! I love discharging inpatients from the ED!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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