Articles tagged with: St Davnet’s

ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AT ST DAVNET’S CONDEMNED

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27 Nov 2015 Comments Off on ANTI-SOCIAL BEHAVIOUR AT ST DAVNET’S CONDEMNED

Incidents of anti-social behaviour occurring in and around the grounds of the St Davnet’s campus in Monaghan Town were condemned at the November meeting of the Monaghan Municipal District. Sinn Féin councillor Sean Conlon said that at a previous meeting he had asked that correspondence be sent to the HSE’s Area Manager for Cavan Monaghan Leo Kinsella in relation to an access point that had been closed off at the St Davnet’s campus, located at the canal bridge near the old farmyard. Asking that correspondence be reissued in this regard, Colr Conlon ...

ACTION SOUGHT TO COUNTERACT PUBLIC DRINKING INCIDENTS IN ST DAVNET'S HOSPITAL GROUNDS

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10 Feb 2012 Comments Off on ACTION SOUGHT TO COUNTERACT PUBLIC DRINKING INCIDENTS IN ST DAVNET'S HOSPITAL GROUNDS

A call was made at Tuesday night’s meeting of Monaghan Town Joint Policing Committee for concerted Garda action to counteract the practice of public drinking in the grounds of the St Davnet’s Psychiatric Hospital in Monaghan Town. Community Forum representative Gavin Shipley referred to the recent vandalism of a church in the St Davnet’s grounds, and said he had noted from Press reports of the incident a reference that there were five different drinking dens around the area. Mr Shipley said that if this were the case, and ...

Ó CAOLÁIN URGES RETHINK OF ST DAVNET’S ADMISSIONS UNIT CLOSURE

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16 Dec 2011 Comments Off on Ó CAOLÁIN URGES RETHINK OF ST DAVNET’S ADMISSIONS UNIT CLOSURE

he closure of the admissions unit at St. Davnet’s Hospital in Monaghan and the full removal of services to Cavan General Hospital from Monday of this week was criticised by Cavan-Monaghan Deputy Caoimhghín Ó Caoláin at the Oireachtas Health Committee. The Sinn Féin Health spokesperson called on Health Minister James Reilly and HSE CEO Cathal Magee to reverse the move. The HSE has stated to the Northern Standard that since December 1st, all acute inpatient treatment in Cavan/Monaghan Adult Mental Health Services will be provided in the newly ...

Acute psychiatric care moving from St Davnet’s to Cavan

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8 Apr 2011 Comments Off on Acute psychiatric care moving from St Davnet’s to Cavan

The HSE stated to the Northern Standard yesterday evening that Community Mental Health Teams would continue to work at the St Davnet’s site in Monaghan — even though it accepted that acute adult psychiatric services are moving to Cavan General Hospital. The HSE stated: “It is planned from May/June 2011 that all patients requiring acute adult inpatient care in Mental Health Services will be admitted to Cavan General Hospital. “Adult Acute Mental Health inpatient care will no longer be provided in St Davnet’s Hospital; however the Community Mental ...