The Emergency Department at Sligo University Hospital is under extreme pressure today.
44 people are waiting for a bed on trolleys today, down from 46 yesterday.
It's the third highest in the country following University Hospital Galway with 51 patients on a trolley.
Meanwhile, 16 people are waiting on a bed at Mullingar Hospital and a further 7 at Portiuncula.
It's claimed the bed crisis at University Hospital Limerick has been normalised.
That's the view of Sinn Fein TD Maurice Quinlivan.
Figures from the Irish Nurses and Midwives Organisation show a record of 1,823 people were treated on hospital trolleys in May there.
Deputy Quinlivan says what he describes as 'catastrophic failures' at the hospital cannot continue.
He's called for a new approach to be taken at the facility.