Hospitals & Health Clinics in Dublin
All persons resident in Ireland are entitled to receive health care through the public health care system, which is managed by the Health Service Executive (HSE) and funded by general taxation. Many hospitals in Ireland, such as Connolly Hospital at Blanchardstown, are operated directly by the HSE. There are also hospitals run under a voluntary basis by organisations who receive public funding but operate with some degree of autonomy. Included in this latter group are teaching hospitals (such as University Hospital Galway) operated in conjunction with a university and hospitals with a long standing religious ethos e.g. Adelaide and Meath Hospital in Dublin. The Rotunda Hospital in Dublin is the world's oldest maternity hospital, founded in 1745. It is also one of its largest, dealing with over eight thousand births in 2007. The Health Service Executive (HSE) manages the delivery of the entire health service as a single national entity.
There are four HSE administrative areas (HSE Dublin Mid-Leinster, HSE Dublin North-East, HSE South and HSE West), which are in turn divided into 32 Local Health Offices (LHOs). Beaumont Hospital, is a public voluntary hospital located in Beaumont, Dublin, Ireland. It is the second largest hospital in the Republic of Ireland. It is managed by a Hospital Board and provides acute care hospital services, including a 24-hour emergency department, for the population of North East Dublin city and North County Dublin, Dublin. It also provides several regional and national specialist services.
The Bon Secours Hospital, Dublin is a private hospital in Glasnevin, Dublin, Ireland. Owned by the Roman Catholic Bon Secours Sisters, it offers healthcare to privately insured patients. It forms part of the Bon Secours Health System, the largest private healthcare network in Ireland, which includes hospitals in Cork, Galway, and Tralee. he Mater Misericordiae University Hospital is a major teaching hospital, based at Eccles Street, Phibsboro, on the northside of Dublin, Ireland. Mater misericordiae means "mother of mercy" in Latin and alludes to its founders, the Sisters of Mercy. The hospital stands next to the Children's Hospital, and has provided public hospital care to adult patients for more than 150 years. It was established by the Sisters of Mercy as a Roman Catholic voluntary hospital within the health system of Ireland.
Mount Carmel Hospital was a private hospital in Churchtown, Dublin, Ireland offering healthcare to privately insured patients. Founded in 1949, it is part of the Mount Carmel Medical Group, which includes Aut Even Hospital in Kilkenny and St. Joseph's Hospital, Sligo. St. Brendan's Hospital was a psychiatric facility located in the north Dublin suburb of Grangegorman. It formed part of the HSE mental health services of Dublin North East. Its catchment area is North West Dublin. St. Joseph's Hospital, Raheny is a hospital in Raheny, on the Northside of Dublin in Ireland. It is the principal site for older adult rehabilitation for residents of Beaumont Hospital, Dublin's catchment area.
Bon Secours Hospital Dublin
The Bon Secours Private Hospital in Dublin is an independent acute care hospital located in Glasnevin in North Dublin providing medical care to patients from Dublin and across Ireland since 1951. They are renowned for the quality of their medical service provision and combine the latest medical technologies.
Quality and Patient Safety is the number one priority for everyone who works at the Mater Private Hospital. In 2014, the Mater Private was re-accredited successfully by Joint Commission International (JCI) who are recognised as the International leader in healthcare accreditation.
Saint James's Hospital
The hospital's fundamental purpose is the delivery of health treatment, care and diagnose as well as health promotion and preventative services at catchment, regional, super-regional and national levels. Its service remits ranges in complexity from secondary to tertiary level.