HSE group meets over HIQA report on death of Savita HalappanavarThursday 17 October 2013 23.36
A special board meeting of the HSE West/North West Hospital Group has ended after four hours of talks at Galway University Hospital.
The 12-member board considered the findings and recommendations from three reports following the death of Savita Halappanavar last October.
The findings from the inquest into her death and the recommendations that emerged from the Coroner's Court were discussed, along with the HSE Clinical Review into the treatment she received and last week's HIQA report into issues relating to her care at GUH.
The board is not releasing details about decisions made at the meeting until it has communicated with the staff involved tomorrow morning.
It is expected the measures to be taken will then be made public.
Mrs Halappanavar died from an infection caused by sepsis almost a week after she was admitted to hospital on 21 October 2012.
The special board meeting was called following the publication of third report into her care last week.