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March 23, 2016

Cheque Presentation for €2,040!!

Pictured  L-R: Patricia Hackett (WGH), Chris Hannon, Deirdre Keogh (Friends) Our thanks to Chris Hannon who presented Friends of Wexford General Hospital with a massive cheque […]
March 20, 2016

Friends Contribute €242,000 to St. Gabriel’s Ward

Thanks to a generous bequest from Mr Herbert Amon, Friends of Wexford General Hospital have contributed €242,514 towards the extensive refurbishment of St Gabriel’s Paediatric Ward. […]
February 2, 2016
Friends of Wexford General Hospital Childhood and Adolescent mental Well being

FREE Talk: Childhood & Adolescent Mental Well Being

FREE Talk- 7pm Tuesday 9th Feb at WGH on Childhood & Adolescent Mental Well Being.At any one time 20% of children and adolescents have a psychological […]
November 19, 2015

Your Heart Your Health -Talk in Plain English

Your Heart – Health Information Talk in Plain English Hosted by the Friends of Wexford General Hospital   Is your heart at risk? What are the […]
May 18, 2015

Mini Marathon Huge Success!

Pictured above at the cheque handover yesterday with Marie’s 4 beautiful children are (L-R) Patricia Hackett (WGH), Ronan Furlong ( Friends) Marie Farrell and Deirdre Keogh […]
May 18, 2015

Vital Equipment Purchased for Theatre and ICU

Friends of Wexford General Hospital, on your behalf, purchased much needed equipment for use in Theatre and ICU at Wexford General Hospital.The purchase of the Olympus […]
February 6, 2015

Fundraiser Events Huge Success Raising €3,330!

A huge well done to Lisa Anglim,and to her family and friends, who over a number of events raised an amazing €3,330 for Friends of Wexford […]
February 6, 2015

Jason Keogh Completes Long Island Marathon & Raises €2,392

Big CONGRATS and thanks to Jason Keogh and all the fundraisers at Marathon Fitness, Redmond Road, Wexford who raised a fantastic €2,392 for Friends of Wexford […]
November 24, 2014

Diabetes – A Growing Problem – FREE Health information talk.

10,000 people in County Wexford are affected by diabetes. These range from infants with type 1 diabetes to 80 year olds with type 2 diabetes. The […]