Service users must be assured that our maternity services are safe and fit for purpose, and we would welcome an independent external review in all cases of maternal death in Ireland as well as the public inquests which are now mandatory.
A woman is dead and there is no inquiry: Maternity service users demand clarity, accountability and reassurance. AIMS Ireland today (Friday, 7th September 2018) expresses grave concern at the blocking of HIQA investigation into the treatment and subsequent… Read More
In a statement on 30th January 2018,, the National Maternity Hospital objected to a HIQA review under section 9.2 of the Health Act, following the untimely death of Malak Thawley. The NMH have said that a review of… Read More
Timeline of events of Savita Halappanavar’s treatment at Galway University Hospital. Sunday 21st October, 2012 Savita and Praveen Halappanavar, who are expecting their first baby, arrive at Galway University Hospital. The 31-year-old dentist, who is 17 weeks pregnant,… Read More
AIMS Ireland calls on the Minister of Health SImon Harris to initiate without further delay an Independent External Inquiry into the death of Malak Thawley at the National Maternity Hospital in May 2016 following routine surgery for an… Read More