Head of UHL working as adjunct professor at Limerick University
Hospital group chief executive Colette Cowan has remained in unpaid role in spite of Limerick hospital’s trolley crisis being worst in country
The chief executive responsible for University Hospital Limerick (UHL) is working up to two days per month in a university in return for getting an “adjunct professor” title.
UHL had the most patients on trolleys of any hospital in the country during the peak of the accident and emergency department crisis in January this year. Over 1,500 people were treated on trolleys there last month, and Taoiseach Leo Varadkar recently visited the hospital to meet ...