Striking Letterkenny Junior Doctors tell of the pressure of current working week

docs Pickets are in place outside Letterkenny General Hospital today as Non Consultant Hospital Doctors withdraw services from 51 hospitals across the state.
More than 3,000 doctors are taking part in the move following a long running dispute with the HSE over working hours.
Hospital Management at Letterkenny General say that the Emergency Department and other services such as maternity, renal dialysis, oncology day care, day surgery and endoscopy will continue as normal.
Some of the outpatient services however will be affected.
Speaking to Highland Radio News from the picket line, these Medical Registrars explained how their working week affects them:


The Irish Medical Organisation spokesperson at Letterkenny General Hospital is Maria Moy – she says today’s action is not about money:

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