Healthcare Crisis in Ireland – HSE, Hospital Waiting Lists etc

If you have visited this page previously – just scroll past my introductory paragraph to the “LATEST COCKUPS”

The long history of reforming the Irish health system

Ireland has a MASSIVE problem and that problem is based on the ladder of authority, responsibility and expert advice as follows:



69,000 people on hospital waiting lists in Mid West – 27 Oct 2021

Almost 800 children waiting more than two years for surgery, new figures show – 25 Oct 2021

Almost 55,000 on outpatient waiting lists at Galway University Hospitals – 18 Oct 2021

Number of patients on hospital waiting lists climbs to 910,000 – 16 Oct 2021

Health expert says ‘one million’ on hospital waiting lists by end of 2021 – 9 Oct 2021

Health Minister denies the waiting list crisis will take five years to address – 9 Oct 2021

Robert Watt to lead healthcare waiting list taskforce – 28 Sept 2021

Health Minister Stephen Donnelly to unveil plan to tackle care backlogs left in wake of Covid-19 pandemic – The Health Minister said that €236m in daily spending and €40m in capital investment have been provided for the 2021 winter care health plan.  This includes putting 900 extra hospital beds in place by year’s end and hiring an extra 6,000 health care staff, including doctors, nurses, therapists and other grades. – 27 Sept 2021


HSE Data Breach – September Update (is the truth starting to come out?) O’Dowd Solrs – 29 Sept 2021

Maybe there is and maybe there isn’t but it seems a bit convenient.  Covid currently seems to have run it’s media course – the US media have more or less stopped talking about it and everywhere is opening up.  Many US States are passing ANTI- Health Passport Laws and the Arizona election re-count is opening up a huge can of worms.

So, this cyber attack – who would be bothered with Ireland out in the arse-end of nowhere?

However, a cyber attack now is giving the Dept of Health several opportunities – destroy evidence, keep the public health access shutdown (not the private) and apparently preventing any public announcements from the Dept of Health.  Bear in mind the gvt were put on notice two weeks ago that after 15 May they would be prosecuted in the international courts for malfeseance if they continue the lockdown and misinformation.

Another thing – the gvt are worried about patient data being stolen – but sure they have been selling our data to China – so?  What is the difference?

Cyberattack a ‘despicable’ crime with risk of stolen data being abused – Government – 17 May 2021



HSE acquires Blarney Hotel for €3m – 17 March 2021

HSE boss (PAUL REID) salary increases to €420,103 – 11 March 2021


Robert Watt’s Appointment & €81,000 salary increase

HSE – Whistleblower speaks out – 9 March 2021


Irish HSE Nurse Speaks Out. They are putting Cancer Deaths down as Covid – 16 Feb 2021


HSE distributes 50,000 crackpipes in 5 years – 31 Jan 2021


HSE’ ‘At home abortions’ makes mockery of Government’s empty care rhetoric – 28 Jan 2021


Mass Immigration and the Abuse of Workers – 28 Jan 2021


HSE Ireland calling Covid19 staff back to work – Healthy staff asked to return to work, they are clearly not a danger and never were? – 13 Jan 2021


HSE says “No Covid-19 exists!” – 7 Jan 2021


HSE reaches agreement with social media companies over vaccine information – 30 Dec 2020

Centre Ground Ep.1 – HSE & Supreme Court – 8 Oct 2020


Is Flanagan lying about the HSE’s support for moving asylum seekers to Caherciveen. – 20 May 2020


Chinese and Iranians still flying into Dublin — HSE just hands them leaflets on Coronavirus – 17 March 2020


The return to health boards – Retrograde or a healthy option? – 18 July 2021

Plans for new look HSE sound old –17 July 2019

Harris says HSE can’t continue in its current form and announces return of six regional healthcare areas – 17 July 2019

Abolish The HSE! It Violates Principles of Subsidiarity and Kills People. Waterford Man Dies… – 19 Aug 2019

Public Health Services Pre- 1960: Limerick City Council

Three ministers, ?160m and one dud system . . . – 7 Oct 2005

Are you thinking something is not quite right here?