A patient's risk of dying after a heart attack or stroke varies significantly depending on their hospital, according to a new report.
Bantry General Hospital has the highest death rate in the country for people who've had a heart attack.
The average is around 5 in every 100 people, however it's almost 9 in every 100 at the Cork facility.
It's followed by Portiuncula Hospital and University Hospital Kerry, according to figures from the Department of Health.
Our Lady's Hospital Navan and St Luke's Hospital Kilkenny had the lowest heart attack mortality rates.
The report by the National Healthcare Quality Reporting System also shows variations in death rates from the most common form of stoke.
While St Luke's in Kilkenny had a low heart attack mortality rate, it had the highest rate of death following a stroke.
Around 13 in every 100 stoke victims who attend the hospital die, almost double the national average which is just over 7.
The lowest rates were in St James' in Dublin, Mercy Hospital in Cork and University Hospital Waterford.
The report also found that the flu vaccine uptake rate for healthcare workers was at 39%.
That's just below the HSE's target rate of 40 percent - but down significantly from the 44 percent average uptake the year before.
The report also found that no region in Ireland met the national target rate for the meningitis C vaccination and antibiotic use has increased.