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Contact details:
Contact Name:
www.hse.ie
Address:
Dr Steevens' Hospital
Steevens' Lane
Dublin 8
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Web:
www.hse.ie
Phone:
+353 (01) 6352000
 
1 Ejiro O'Hare Stratton, Clinical Nurse Manager 2
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Ejiro O'Hare Stratton
Clinical Nurse Manager 2

Ejiro O'Hare Stratton is a Clinical Nurse Manager 2 with the HSE working in Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital, Drogheda with a supervisory role for Care Assistants. She holds a Certificate in Nursing Studies and has also received a Diploma in Management & Industrial Relations and a BA in Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations.

 

Ejiro O'Hare Stratton, Clinical Nurse Manager 2 
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Midwife
Siobhan Canny
"We also attend to Caesarean deliveries and assist the mothers and fathers with the immediate care of the new born"
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Siobhan Canny
   
Anaesthetist
Dr Jan Steiner
"I believe that it would be very helpful for every doctor to work as a nurse or nursing aid, at some stage in their career."
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Dr Jan Steiner
   
Ambulance/Paramedic
Keith Hayes
"The role of a paramedic is very demanding and it is challenging to ensure the patient receives the best level of care"
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Keith Hayes
   
Pharmacist
Rachel Berry
"I enjoy the fact that there is a lot of patient contact and that we have the opportunity to make a real difference to people's lives"
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Rachel Berry
   
Speech and Language
Lisa Kelly
"I spend four mornings a week in a local primary school where there are two language units"
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Lisa Kelly
   
Clinical Nurse Manager 2
Ejiro O'Hare Stratton
"The person coming into the job would need to be patient, able to negotiate and work under pressure, as well as work on their own initiative"
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Ejiro O'Hare Stratton
   
Social Worker
Mary Ita Heffernan
"Our main aim is to maintain a child in the care of its parents and all supports and interventions are given in an effort to achieve this"
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Mary Ita Heffernan
   
Care Assistant
Lydia Peppard
"I could be on the wards assessing staff performance or assessing the practical skills of those staff doing their FETAC Level 5 training"
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Lydia Peppard
   
Recruitment Manager
Frank Morrison
"Work within the HSE is usually very challenging and tends to keep you on your toes. You won't get bored"
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Frank Morrison