397 patients on trolleys in hospitals across the country

397 patients on trolleys in hospitals across the country

397 patients are on trolleys in hospitals across the country today.

According to figures from the INMO, the highest number waiting on a bed is 43 at University Hospital Limerick.

It's followed by University Hospital Waterford which has 38 people on trolleys.

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