Fleming Medical and the Royal College of Surgeons have collaborated with the RCSI’S new medical education building at 26 York Street with the patronage of an In-Patient Simulation Room - this collaboration has contributed to the RCSI’s vision of the future of medical education and surgical training.
The new building has been designed to help RCSI graduates, trainees and practioneers develop and hone their skills using the latest medical technologies available in a state-of-the-art environment.
Mark Fleming, MD Fleming Medical said “We are delighted to be part of such a pioneering project such as 26 York St. where future healthcare professionals will have access to state-of-the-art simulation equipment”.
The new medical education building has been featured on RTÉ’s ‘Dermot Bannon & The Big Build’ documentary. Filmed over two years the documentary follows the journey of 26 York Street from its first inception, through to design, construction and concludes with the unveiling of a world class healthcare education facility, designed to accommodate lecture theatres, an auditorium, a gym, a library and state-of-the-art surgical and simulation training facilities.
It also covers how challenges were overcome such as Dublin’s planning regulations and the complexities associated with creating the deepest basement in Dublin.
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Ray O’Brien, Operations Manager, Fleming Medical outside the Fleming Medical In-Patient Simulation Room, RCSI, 26 York St.
We will be at The UK Pharmacy Show in the NEC Birmingham from Sunday the 8th to Monday the 9th of October & would love you to pop by!
At the show we will feature core products from our First Aid, Sports Therapy, Diagnostics & Footcare ranges - all will be on display for you to see, touch and feel & maybe trial (ouch those sore feet!).
Our UK Sales Team will be there to answer any questions you may have regarding our extensive product range.
We hope you will be able to visit us at the show and look forward to welcoming you.
Recent statistics for the RSA have shown there has been a 11% decrease in the number of road deaths for the first half of this year compared with 2016.
77 people have died on Irish roads so far this year, a decrease of ten people compared to this time last year.
The RSA’s Irish Road Safety Week which runs from Monday the 2nd of October wants to maintain awareness of safe driving throughout the country particularly as the winter months approach.
Below are more events happening throughout the week -
For more information, go to http://www.rsa.ie/RSA/Road-Safety/Campaigns/Current-road-safety-campaigns/Irish-Road-Safety-Week-20171/
In conjunction with the Irish Road Safety Awareness week, Medicare, Irelands leading & trusted first aid brand in conjunction with the Irish Red Cross have designed and developed a Motor DIN First Aid Kit which is fully compliant with EU regulations & provides you with the correct and essential equipment that you need to have in your vehicle when driving. These kits are available in all leading Irish pharmacies.
The Irish Red Cross recently hosted a facebook live video on helpful hints in emergency situations such as choking, cardiac arrest and more.
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We are delighted to have our Medicare Sports Therapy & Diagnostics products on the Pharmaxium Stand at the Apoket & Egenvard Trade Show, Sweden's biggest Health & Beauty Expo running from 7-8 September!
Barretstown, a serious fun camp based in Kildare has recently received a sizeable donation of products from Fleming Medical to faclitiate the operation of their onsite ‘Med Shed’.
Barretstown rebuilds the lives of children affected by childhood cancer and their families through a medically endorsed, activity based programme.
The “Med Shed” is Barretstown’s medical centre - it is designed to be a sheltering, friendly environment to provide care for minor injuries, general paediatric problems, and administer oral medications including oral chemotherapy, IV push chemotherapy and factor infusions.
Volunteer doctors and nurses from around the world join Eimear Kinsella, Nursing & Family Liaison Director and for each session during the summer.
Mark Fleming, MD of Fleming Healthcare said “We are delighted to donate to the Med Shed at Barretstown, the work that Eimear and the team do there is fantastic”.
Eimear Kinsella, Nursing & Family Liaison Director said “Having this donation for the med shed is great help for us here in Barretstown as we get geared up for the summer”.