Ireland East Hospital Group (IEHG), with our Academic Partner University College Dublin (UCD), is the largest and most diverse hospital group in Ireland in terms of population, budget, staffing, number of hospitals/Community Health Organisations (CHOs), and geographical spread. IEHG aims to deliver consistently high quality, safe care, while transforming and integrating clinical services across the 11 hospitals in the Group to meet the needs of the people we serve. Our ambition is to be the national leader in healthcare delivery, with a strong international reputation, continuously improving the quality of healthcare and patient outcomes for our 1 million population. To achieve this, we will progress our strategic plan for service configuration and development of an Academic Health Science Centre.
As part of the Ireland East Hospital Group response to COVID-19, we are recruiting staff for two dedicated Post-Acute Care facilities in St Mary’s Hospital, Phoenix Park and St. Mary’s, Mullingar, Co Westmeath. These units will provide for older persons requiring ongoing care following their stay in an acute hospital. Our Units will be led by a multidisciplinary team consisting of Nurses, Healthcare Assistants, Physiotherapist, Occupational Therapist, Social Worker, Catering and Portering staff.
Mater Misericordiae University Hospital; St Vincent's University Hospital; Regional Hospital Mullingar; St Luke's General Hospital Carlow/Kilkenny; Wexford General Hospital; National Maternity Hospital; Our Lady's Hospital, Navan; St Columcille's Hospital; St Michael's Hospital, Dun Laoghaire; National Orthopaedic Hospital Cappagh; Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital
Our Lady’s Hospital, Navan currently has a total of 107 beds and provides a general acute hospital service to the catchment area of Meath and a Regional Elective Orthopaedic service.
The acute services are as follows: General Medicine including MAU, General Surgery, Elective Orthopaedics, Regional Rheumatology Service, ICU/HDU, CCU, Emergency Department, Gynaecology Day Surgery and Out-Patient, Medical & Surgical Day Services, Out-Patient Service, Pathology Services, Radiology, Occupational Therapy, Pre-Op Assessment, and Anaesthetic Services.
St Luke’s General Hospital, Carlow/Kilkenny is an Acute General Hospital that services the counties of Carlow and Kilkenny, providing healthcare for approximately 156,164 (Census 2016). Due to its location in the heart of the South East, St Luke’s also provides services to its bordering counties of Tipperary, Waterford, Wexford, and Laois.
St Luke’s General Hospital campus has a bed capacity of 317 inpatient / daycase beds and an Acute Floor comprising an Emergency Dept., Acute Medical Assessment Unit, Acute Surgical Assessment Unit, Acute Paediatric Assessment Unit. Services provided include General Medical, Surgical, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Paediatric, Cardiology, Respiratory, Endocrinology, Hepatology, Gastroenterology, Oncology, Neurology, Palliative Care and Anaesthetic Services to Carlow/Kilkenny.
The following diagnostic services are also provided: Radiology including 64-slice CT scanning, Ultrasound, DXA scanning, Pathology, Pulmonary function testing, Cardiac Diagnostics (including TOE) and Endoscopy (including Bronchoscopy and ERCP).
Other clinical services include: Physiotherapy, Speech and Language, Dietetics, Occupational Therapy, Podiatry, Pharmacy.
The hospital also facilitates regional on-site services including Haematology, Microbiology, Oncology, and regional services in Liver Diseases/HepatitisC and ERCP.
Regional Hospital Mullingar (RHM) provides services to the population of Westmeath/Longford, and specialist services to the wider community.
RHM's Acute Services include: Emergency Department, General Medicine (including Regional Stroke Thrombolysis), General Surgery, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Paediatrics / Special Care Baby Unit, Critical Care, 24-hour CT scanning service.
The hospital provides comprehensive medical and surgical investigation, diagnosis and treatment for adults and children, and a comprehensive maternity service for women and their partners. The hospital also provides diagnostic Radiological and Pathology services as well as Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech and Language Therapy, Nutrition & Dietetics, Cardiac Diagnostic and Rehabilitation Services, a Pulmonary Function Laboratory and Respiratory Services.
Our Academic Partners are UCD and RCSI and we have academic links with AIT and NUIG.
St. Columcille’s Hospital (SCH), Loughlinstown is a Model 2 hospital with 117 Inpatient Beds, 3 Medical Observation Beds, 8 Day Beds, 9 Beds in MAU (Medical Assessment Unit) and 6 in the IU (Injuries Unit).
St. Columcille’s Hospital also provides a Stroke Rehabilitation service for patients referred by agreed pathways from St. Vincent’s University Hospital.
Located on the border of Co. Wicklow, it has a national speciality in obesity management. In addition to general medicine and care of the elderly services, it also has orthopaedic rehab and stroke rehab services.
Wexford General Hospital is a busy Acute General Hospital which serves the population of Co. Wexford and surrounding counties.
Services provided at the hospital include: Medical, Surgical, Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Oncology, Radiology, Acute Medical Assessment Unit, Emergency Department, Out-Patients, Endoscopy Suites and Intensive Care Units. The academic partner affiliated to Wexford General Hospital is UCD, with nursing and midwifery students from UCD and Waterford Institute of Technology (WIT).
National Orthopaedic Hospital Cappagh has 159 beds and is the major centre for orthopaedic surgery in the country.
The hospital is a tertiary referral centre for the treatment of complex orthopaedic problems including joint replacement surgery, revision joint surgery, foot and upper limb surgery, primary bone tumours, spinal surgery, sports injuries and paediatric orthopaedic surgery. In addition, the Active Rehabilitation Unit is a 52-bedded unit providing a multidisciplinary service to those whose acute care is completed but for whom discharge to their destination is delayed.
For more information, visit: www.nohc.ie
The Mater Misericordiae University Hospital is a leading Model 4 Teaching Hospital with a local, national and international profile spanning over 150 years. Our hospital provides a range of frontline and specialist services and is the national centre for heart surgery, heart and lung transplants, extra corporeal life support (ECLS), spinal injuries, pulmonary hypertension, bone-anchored hearing aids, adult congenital heart disease, and also the national isolation unit. Our hospital is academically aligned with University College Dublin (UCD).
We offer staff a number of benefits including: health services credit union, occupational health service, pension scheme, subsidised canteen and local gym membership, support with continuous professional development, sports and social clubs, on site crèche facilities, taxsaver travel scheme, on site bank, coffee shop and pharmacy facilities, library and information services and income protection scheme.
To see all open roles please visit: https://www.mater.ie/healthcare-professionals/job-opportunities/
Informal enquiries can be made to email@example.com
St. Vincent’s University Hospital is proud to bring together a tradition of excellence in clinical care, research and education and a commitment to innovation so we can deliver the highest standard of care to our patients. We are always on the lookout for talented individuals with the ambition to make a real impact on our future – as we continue to drive major change in the health service.
Current vacancies for external applicants can be viewed at: https://www.stvincents.ie/careers/
St. Michael’s Hospital, Dun Laoghaire is committed to the recruitment, development, and retention of the highest calibre of staff, in order to provide the best quality healthcare to all of its patients. The principles we observe in our treatment and care of patients and in our dealings with staff are based on the core values of human dignity, compassion, justice, quality, advocacy and mutual respect.
For more information on the main occupation types employed at the hospital, the benefits of working at St Michael's, and the current vacancies available please visit: https://stmichaels.ie/careers/
At the National Maternity Hospital (NMH) our staff are our greatest asset. We endeavour to recruit and retain people of the highest calibre to meet the Hospital’s service requirements. We know that investing in our staff means investing in a successful future for NMH.
Staff at NMH are rewarded for their hard work, commitment and dedication with ongoing training and development and great opportunities for career progression.
For more information please contact: Alannah Ruane, HR Admin
For current vacancies at the hospital, visit: http://www.nmh.ie/home/careers.13656.html
The Royal Victoria Eye & Ear Hospital aims to attract and retain high quality candidates whose experience and expertise will contribute value to the hospital in the future. We are committed to ensuring that the quality and dedication of our staff promotes continuous improvement in patient care and contributes to the positive experience of all patients within our organisation.
For current vacancies at the hospital, visit: https://www.rveeh.ie/departments/human-resources/vacancy-categories/